SUPERNATURAL CHICAGO Celebrates 10th Fall Season at Castle Chicago
Theatre goers looking to celebrate the spirit of Halloween in sophisticated style don't have to focus their attention solely on the end of October. Supernatural Chicago-the acclaimed interactive one-man show by Neil Tobin, Necromancer-is currently celebrating its 10th fall season at Castle Chicago.
Supernatural Chicago combines "true" stories of local paranormal history with interactive demonstrations of the magical and psychic, all set within a landmark location that's considered one of the most haunted in the city: Castle Chicago (formerly Excalibur nightclub). Castle and its Necromancer have been featured on the Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures" and the Biography Channel's "Dead Famous", among other broadcasts; as well as on the DVD of the Michael Keaton feature film, "White Noise."
The show is a welcome antidote to the usual rubber-masks-and-chainsaws experience offered by most "haunted houses." This is an evening of interactive theatre in which guests can bring dates or even older children, settle in and enjoy a couple of beverages, hear some stories, have a few laughs, and take part in a series of inexplicable moments that just might keep them up talking into the night.
Supernatural Chicago is in an open run of Friday-night performances at Castle Chicago, 632 N. Dearborn in Chicago. For tickets, call 800-979-3370 or visit SupernaturalChicago.com.