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Nightmare Haunted House Team Returns to the Lower East Side

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The Nightmare Haunted House team is off and running over at The Clemente with its latest creation, “Nightmare:Gothic.” The immersive horror experience is produced by Psycho Clan, who produced their first Nightmare Haunted House in the LES in 2002.

This time around the production is “inspired by the visual language of the
Victorian gothic genre as well as the macabre.”

They write:

“Psycho Clan is returning not only to its original title of “Nightmare” but also to its original home in the lower east side of Manhattan at Teatro SEA @ The Clemente (107 Suffolk Street between Rivington and Delancey).

In Nightmare: Gothic, in a little town somewhere near someplace, a
child has gone missing and it is everyone’s responsibility to help
find it. Your journey will weave its way through a landscape of
Victorian Gothic imagery, curios, characters and monsters that are
both gruesome and grim, and horrific and horrifying in a story that
pairs intense emotion with terror and death.

Psycho Clan first  In that time, they have produced over 16 haunted
houses.  Recently they have transitioned to more intimate and
theatrical affairs, while still being completely immersive, that
people love. In recent years they have produced such intense
experiences as This Is Real, I Can’t See, and The Dark House where
much smaller groups, and greater time between them, participated. This
has allowed for longer overall experiences than a traditional haunted
attraction, as well.”

The limited engagement runs every single night from  October 17th-31st,
Monday-Thursdays and Sunday October 23rd from 6-11 pm, $30 in advance/
$35 at the door (very limited number at the door); Friday-Sunday and
Monday, October 31st from 5-11 pm, $35 in advance/ $40 at the door.
Very limited number of VIPS every night for $45.  All tickets and info
are at nightmarenyc.com

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