UglyRhino Productions Hosts WAREHOUSE OF HORRORS: GOWANUS '73, Beginning 10/11

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This Halloween, UglyRhino turns The Brooklyn Lyceum into a brand new spooky, boozy warehouse of tragedies and terrors. Following the success of Halloween 2011′s Warehouse of Horrors, UglyRhino will return with six brand new stories and curated cocktails. With a similar format as the sold-out run of March's Centralia, the UglyRhino creative team has developed a new interactive warehouse experience, based on the true events from in and around the Brooklyn Lyceum, which will expand to include a haunted house element.

Warehouse of Horrors: Gowanus '73 explores the seedy underbelly of 1970's Brooklyn. After a string of mysterious and grotesque murders at an underground rave party, a complex web of mafia relations, crooked cops, and dangerous drug dealers is revealed. A peek into the twisted and true history of the area, the show combines non-traditional storytelling with a social atmosphere, enveloping audiences deep into the world of the play as they encounter characters, hear their stories and sip on cocktails. Each audience member of Warehouse of Horrors: Gowanus '73 will have a distinctly unique experience as they travel around The Warehouse and try to ensure they are not the next one to go.

UglyRhino's Warehouse of Horrors: Gowanus '73 will run October 11-November at The Brooklyn Lyceum (227 4th Avenue at Union Street, Brooklyn), Wednesday through Saturday at 8pm. Tickets ($20) are available at the door, 30 minutes prior to the show. All ticket purchases will include 3 free curated cocktails.

UGLYRHINO is a new way to experience theater. Expanding on our high quality productions, we integrate dynamic arts programming ranging from emerging musicians to warehouse parties. UglyRhino curates affordable evenings with a social atmosphere that capture the inimitable spirit of Brooklyn.

THE BROOKLYN LYCEUM is a producing arts venue and cultural center on The Edge of Gowanus. Originally opened in 1910 as an indoor bathing facility, it now plays host to a range of theater, music, dance, markets and community activities. The Lyceum programs small and large artistic works, working with both local and travelling professional groups, and has an array of activities throughout the year, including our large markets and conventions, zumba classes, a drop down batting cage and weekly jazz.

For more information, visit www.uglyrhinonyc.com.

 

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