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Steampunk Returns to Haunt Abrons This Weekend

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Third Rail Projects brings its spooky take on Lewis Carroll to Grand Street for Halloween.

Steampunk Haunted House returns to the neighborhood this weekend, transforming the Abrons Arts Center‘s playhouse into an immersion experience that’s part art installation, part performance, part fashion and all experiential fun. The third annual installment, which opens Saturday and runs through Oct. 31, promises “a beautiful and terrifying dreamscape of neo-Victorian elegance and phantasmagoric clockwork horrors.”

Following up on last year’s “Waking Nightmare,” this year, the critically acclaimed Third Rail Projects behind Steampunk borrows from author Lewis Carroll’s dark side for a show called “Through the Looking Glass.” But make no mistake; it’s not for children, and no one under 8 is admitted. The disclaimer warns that it’s “a frightening, immersive experience that winds through the theater and catacombs of the Abrons Playhouse … There will be fog effects, intense flashes of light, loud noises, lots of dust, soot, dripping pipes, churning gears, rusty metal, and other things that will hurt you if you touch them.”

The show starts on Saturday; tickets, which are available online, are $10 for students and $20 to $25 for adults, depending on the day of the week. There’s also a special Halloween party fundraiser for Third Rail on Oct. 26 that includes a cocktail reception and behind-the-scenes look at the project; those tickets are $50.

Steampunk Haunted House: Through the Looking Glass from Third Rail Projects on Vimeo.

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