Barron Scott Levkoff Presents:
Spookeasy: A New San Francisco Halloween Extravaganza
Four Nights Only; October 30 & 31 and November 1 & 2, 2014
September 23, 2014 (San Francisco, CA) The first-ever San Francisco Spookeasy Halloween Extravaganza is a new, daring, bold and
sophisticated multi-evening experiential destination party that will transform Chinatown’s Great Star Theatre into a scintillating circus-like, madcap séance soiree beckoning back to life ghosts, spirits, and specters from the raucous and rollicking red hot era of 1930’s Burlesque and Barbary Coast Vaudeville in a decadently opulent Max Fleischer-esque ‘ToonTown’ parallel universe’s haunted Prohibition-era Speakeasy.
The San Francisco Spookeasy is the latest creation from San Francisco’s very own visionary Event Producer and innovator, Artistic Director, Showman and Master Puppeteer, Barron Scott Levkoff, aka ‘The Professor.’
In four intimately immersive and interactive evenings of unrivaled and exhilarating entertainment, from Thursday, October 30 through Sunday, November 1, 2014, the San Francisco Spookeasy will feature an astounding, wondrous, and hilarious world-class ensemble cast starring in a dazzling and captivating full main stage show, along with variety acts, roaming ghostly performers, ‘William Castle spook house’ style scary effects, blacklight puppetry, breathtaking projection and innovative staging, live Jazz-Swing music and dancing, and lots of audience participation. VIP ticket holders will nosh on delectable gourmet treats and other treats.
As the evening approaches the midnight hour, the larger-than-life dancing and singing skeleton that will make everyone face their fears in Mr. Nobody’s Jumpin’ and Wailin’ Tent Show Revival Finale, and the uncanny TRAPEZE-produced electroswing ‘after-party,’ hosted by resident DJ's Delachaux and The Klown (Edwardian Ball SF, Bohemian Carnival). The fun and frolic will continue into the wee hours of the morning
as guests are dared to explore the secret environs of the theater; from the backstage Speakeasy to shadowy Chinatown alleyways where even more performers, visuals, dancing, dancers, musicians, puppets, and glittery Go-Go showgirl action surrounds you. The San Francisco Spookeasy will sell out, as only 300 tickets are being made available to the general public for each experiential evening.
About Barron Scott Levkoff: With over 25-years of experience creating ‘immersive world’ entertainment, Levkoff has been a creative driving force behind the Lagunitas Beer Circus, The San Francisco Edwardian Ball, and Masquerotica; the creator of The Mystic Midway, Master Mondo’s Bizarre-o-Tronic, Carnimundi, The Wishing Pool, as well as spectacular one-of-a-kind events for countless corporations, such as Sony, Pixar, HBO, and Showtime to name just a few. www.barronscottlevkoff.
What: The San
Francisco Spookeasy Halloween Extravaganza
Age: 21-years old and over.
When: Thursday, October 30, 2014. Stage show starts promptly at 9 pm (Doors at 8 pm).
Friday, October 31, 2014. Stage show starts promptly at 9 pm (Doors at 8 pm).
Saturday, November 1, 2014. Stage show starts promptly at 9 pm (Doors at 8 pm).
Sunday, November 2, 2014. Stage show starts promptly at 9 pm (Doors at 8 pm).
· Tickets are on sale now at Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/spookeasysf.
· Main General Admission Tickets start at $49
· VIP 'Preferred' reserved seating for cocktail hour and Main Stage Show with premium view seating and complimentary snacks are $69.
'Big Daddy' VIP start at $99.00 per person. Hosted Mezzanine level
includes spacious reserved seating, a gourmet hors d'oeuvres platter from Ristorante Poesia, special
performances and access to Mr. Nobody’s Private Speakeasy After-party.
· Ticket prices will increase as the Spookeasy draws near.
Extras: Valet parking, and cash bar and food concessions.
Info & Ticketing: http://www.spookeasysf.com or call the offices of 'Barron Scott Levkoff Presents' at 415-799-8590
Social Media: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/spookeasysf
Dress Code: 20’s-30’s Era Attire, Bawdy Barbary Coast, Speakeasy Opulence, Glittery Flappers and Feathery Showgirls, Bootleggers, ‘Spooky’ Cartoon Cosplay, “ToonTown” characters, and Classic 30’s era Horror Film. Vintage, Retro, Formal Wear and cocktail dresses are all totally acceptable. Please visit http://www.spookeasysf.com for Dress Code/Costuming ideas and links. Please, no street clothes.