The Main Street School of Performing Arts dares you to prowl the Dungeons of Darkness and Doom at the 10 Sports Centre in Long Lake, Minnesota, beginning October 11 and running select nights through Halloween.
The Dungeons of Darkness and Doom is a fully guided tour through a maze of unique neo-Gothic rooms of horror. The Dungeons of Darkness and Doom tells the tragic and horrific story of Dr. Evilhill’s obsession to discover and isolate the pure essence of human evil. The tour will blow your mind and stop your heart!
Haunt guides introduce attendees to the Evilhill Family and their quest for immortality, fame and parental love. What they experience is the dark path of jealousy, insanity, murder and cannibalism and true terror. Over 30 actors subject audiences to macabre depictions of werewolves, vampires, zombies, crazed beauticians, mad doctors, evil clowns, bloody brides and much more. This Goth-styled haunted house is like no other, reminiscent the artwork of Charles Addams and the twisted humor of Edward Gorey.
Many of the actors are from The Main Street School of Performing Arts and the Wayzata High School’s Club Y.E.S. (Youth Extending Services) (http://www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/Page/6362).
While at no time do the patrons come in physical contact with the performers, parental discretion is advised, as some themes may be frightening to younger children.
LOCATION: The10 Sports Centre 2465 West Wayzata Blvd Long Lake, MN 55356
DATES: October 11 & 12,16, 17, 18, 19, 25, 26, 27 and 31
TIMES: Wednesday, Thursday & Sunday: 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.
Fridays & Saturdays: 7:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M.
COST: $12.00 or $9.00*
*with a donation of gently used sporting clothing benefiting the Senneh Foundation
Press tours and interviews arranged through David Barnhill 612-414-5345 – if you dare!
A portion of proceeds benefit the Hopkins-based Main Street School of Performing Arts which cultivates, challenges and expands each high school learner’s intellectual and expressive potential in a vibrant and socially diverse community of rigorous academics and performing arts. (http://www.msspahs.org/)
Donations benefit the Senneh Foundation. The Sanneh Foundation is a youth development organization that provides life skills programs for at-risk children using soccer as the catalyst to empower kids, improve lives and unite communities.(http://www.thesannehfoundation.org/)