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Halloween in the Hood

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if you haven't made Halloween plans, no fear! There's plenty happening on the Lower East Side this weekend…


The most creative haunted house in the neighborhood (poosibly in the whole city) is Steampunk at the Abrons Arts Center. The tour through their century-old playhouse includes "clockwork
spiders, legions of half-man/half-machine drones, and mechanized
monsters and misfits manifest in eerie parlors, laboratories, and
boiler rooms."
  Conceived and created by
BESSIE Award-winner Zach Morris of Third Rail Projects, in collaboration with Jesse Green, Liz
Sargent, Barry Weil, Kryssy Wright, and the Abrons’ Urban Youth
Student tickets sold at the door only. You can only get in if you're at least 8 years old. Click here for more information.


The Theater for the New City has something for everyone. There will be free entertainment outside on 10th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues beginning tomorrow at 430pm. At 730, the indoor party begins. There will be musical performances from La Cumbiamba and the Hot Lavender Swing Band, an 18-piece gay
orchestra. There's also a Witches’ Cauldron, a buffet of Halloween-themed dishes from 100 neighborhood restaurants. But that's not all: burlesque and cabaret acts and a midnight costume party. More information here.

At the Sunshine Cinema, both tonight and tomorrow, it's Nightmare on Elm Street 3 – at midnight. 

At the Hotel on Rivington, it's the Heaven & Hell Party. The Penthouse is Heaven and the Lobby is Hell. 107 Rivington Street, 212-475-2600; 9pm Friday, Free.

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