Phantasmagoria V: Death Comes for All



Photo by Kristen Wheeler, KHPHOTOGRAPHICS
  • Photo by Kristen Wheeler, KHPHOTOGRAPHICS

Photo by Kristen Wheeler, KHPHOTOGRAPHICS

8:30 p.m. Friday, 10 | Lowndes Shakespeare Center, 812 E. Rollins St. | 407-328-9005 | | $15-20

Classic Halloween horrors are never born just once. Every year, our nightmares crawl back out of the closet and unleash chills down spines for practically the whole month of October. Following in ghoulish tradition, Phantasmagoria Orlando, in partnership with DiDonna Productions, are proud to present the fifth installment in their critically acclaimed Halloween celebrations. Phantasmagoria V: Death Comes for All creeps onto the Mandell stage at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center tonight, continuing through All Hallow’s Eve. Brace yourself for new large-scale puppetry, “phantastical” dance, live music and explosive stage combat, all set to haunting storytelling from horrific folk tales, legends and myths from around the world. This show is sure to ignite your Halloween season, so be sure to grab some candy corn and your ghoul-friend and enjoy this “phantastic” show. – Rock Kelly

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