After the sun goes down across the South Puget Sound, spirits awaken to frighten the living at Paradise Theater’s “Theater of Lost Souls,” running now through Thursday, Oct. 31. Guests attending the gruesome marriage of Sir Archibald’s daughter will follow Bob the bellhop as he guides them through an eerie and mysterious house located deep in the shadows of Gig Harbor.
More than 20 scenes of indoor and outdoor terror will torment guests as they travel through the dimly lit entrance leading to a disturbing corridor, and up the creaky elevator to explore the rest of the haunted and possessed house and grounds. A theatrical display certain to creep, guests will “enjoy” tip-toeing through the shadows as they encounter sinister clowns, severed heads and a graveyard of the un-dead.
Adult tours are offered Oct. 25, 26, 27, 30 and 31, while a family-friendly, “spook-free” evening is available on Tuesday, Oct. 29, with free candy at the end of the tour. Enjoy one-time admission for $9 ($6 for children 10 and under), or purchase a VIP pass and get unlimited access to this spooky Gig Harbor tradition for only $18 ($12 for children 10 and under).
Paradise Theater is a non-profit organization providing acting classes and live, local entertainment to the South Sound. Proceeds from the “Theater of Lost Souls” benefit Paradise Theater productions and events.
Come enjoy an evening with Bob the bellhop and all the other “Lost Souls” as they “take a bite out of your night.” For more information, including dates, times and other happenings, visit Paradise Theater.