Get into the Halloween spirit with a themed pick of three top picks that include an online event, a live show, and a new album release.
I enchant you: the Sanderson variant – Multi-trait transgender pop sensation and LGBTQ activist Mila Jam joins stars Jay Armstrong Johnson, Allison Robinson and Amanda Williams Ware, special guests Jonathan Burke, Nick Rashad Burroughs, Gavin Creel, J. Harrison Ghee, Todrick Hall, Robyn Hurder , Eva Noblezada, Heath Saunders, Ahmad Simmons and Will Swenson, and other stage and screen favorites for this year’s annual streaming spooktacular inspired by the cult classic hit movie. Hocus pocus. Presented by Johnson (The Phantom of the Opera; ABC Quantico) and produced by Kampfire Films, the spellbinding visual album, featuring Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS, will feature new acts, larger-than-life performances and choreography, over-the-top costumes and makeup, unmatched production value and a healthy dose of Broadway.
The online cinematic extravaganza kicks off Thursday, October 28 at 8 p.m. ET. Live chat will be available when the stream debuts, with on-demand viewing available until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 1. For tickets, priced at $ 20, go to in line. Each ticket purchased will help people across the country affected by HIV / AIDS, COVID-19 and other serious illnesses. Members of the production company also participate in Spookathon, I’ve cast a spellfirst fundraising contest to see who can raise the most for those in need. Click on here make a donation.
Winnie’s Rock Cauldron Cabaret – Your favorite Salem mermaids, Winifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson, will also appear in an all-new theatrical rock concert live at The Green Room 42 on Sunday, October 31, starting at 7 p.m. Bette Midler tribute artist Jennica McCleary, who premiered the role of Winifred Sanderson in Orlando, Florida in Disney’s Magic Kingdom 2015 production of Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular (now a viral video), is thrilled to have conjured up this fan-fiction style concert while battling breast cancer, to celebrate everyone’s inner wicked witch witch. Over an evening filled with music and parodies spanning many decades and genres, the Sanderson Sisters will cast a spell that is sure to make you sing, dance and laugh to the death. Please note that the show may not be suitable for young children.
The Green Room 42 is located at 4e YOTEL floor, 570 10e Avenue, New York. For tickets for the 7 p.m. show, priced at $ 39 to $ 129, click on here. In accordance with the COVID-19 protocol, all members of the public must be fully immunized to enter the venue; and don’t forget to park all the brooms at the ticket office.
Goosebumps® The Musical: The Phantom of the Auditorium – To celebrate the 78e birthday of author RL Stine on October 8 Ghost disks releases the original 19-track studio recording of the stage adaptation of his bestseller. Featuring music and lyrics by Danny Abosch and a book and lyrics by John Maclay, both streaming and digital formats will be available on Friday, October 29, just in time for Halloween. The all-star cast includes Krystina Alabado (Bad girls), Alex Brightman (beetle juice), Noah Galvin (Waitress), Sheryl Lee Ralph (Dream girls), Will Roland (Be cooler) and Stéphanie Styles (Kiss me kate), in addition to a special appearance by Stine himself. The highly anticipated album is produced by Abosch, who also provides arrangements and orchestrations.
Posted by Scholastic Inc., Goose bumps was named the world’s best-selling book series of all time in 2003 Guinness Book of World Records, with over 400 million English books printed, as well as international editions in 32 languages. It tells the story of Brooke and Zeke, who are thrilled to star in a mystery show called The ghost, and not in the least afraid of the old legend that the room is cursed. But when weird and spooky messages start popping up and a masked threat begins to disrupt rehearsals, they begin to wonder: what if there really is a ghost haunting their school, determined to shut down the show? To find out, order the album in line.