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Stage Fright

October 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

For decades, the ghost of the Avalon has fascinated theatregoers of all ages. This Halloween, be transported back to 1927 for an immersive experience that reveals a unique glimpse into what could have been. Stage Fright is the story of Marguerite, the tragic showgirl and ghost of the Avalon. Follow her descent into madness as the twisted underworld of the theatre swirls around her. Expect the unexpected in this dark and thrilling tale of prohibition, love, grief, and ghosts.

*Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, business, events and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.


Tickets: $35

Age Restrictions: This production is recommended for ages 16+. Guests must show ID at the box office. Guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible guardian.

Masks: We ask all audiences to wear a signature Stage Fright theatrical mask. This will give you anonymity throughout the performance to help you feel empowered to explore, and also to make you distinguishable from the performers. These masks can be taken off in the Stoltz Listening Room. It will fit over most glasses; however, if you have the option, wearing contact lenses is recommended.

ADA: This experience is wheelchair accessible. It takes place across three levels with some areas only accessible by elevator for wheelchair users. Some areas of the show will be restricted due to the existing architecture.

Groups: You will be on your feet and it can be difficult to remain with your companions. You may be invited to take a path exclusively open to you. To get the most out of the performance we recommend you go it alone, although it will always be your choice.

What to wear: This is a promenade production and comfortable footwear is recommended. The wearing of heels and open toed shoes is NOT recommended. There is no dress code; however, it is Halloween and we’d love to see you in costume. We recommend leaving handbags and coats at home, as you’ll be moving around and need your hands free.

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