Tired of the same old fairy tales and legends? In Sleep the Night Through, playwright Bret Fetzer presents his original American myths, each of them set deep in flyover country and full of magical, mysterious spirits and characters. There are multiple stories here: one involves a shadowy town in the South Dakota badlands, another features a new mother struggling to put her baby to sleep. In between Fetzer's inventive, creepy-fun tales, the Moonshine Revival Choir performs period standards to help enhance the mood and contextualize the stories. It's sure to be a fun night at Seattle's West of Lenin that will leave you with new stories to tell around the campfire.