A 19th-century immersive drama, where the Beddows family’s All Hallows Eve party gives way to eldritch, Lovecraftian horror!
October 1899: The Beddows family invites you to partake in the festivities of All Hallows Eve! Though their house is shrouded in mourning from a recent, tragic death in the family, they are opening their doors to welcome you in. The night’s festivities boast parlor games and a séance conducted in the spiritualist fashion common to Arkham, Massachusetts. Be wary, however, for this is the time of the year when the veil is thinnest, and all manner of horrors, spiritual and eldritch alike, will not need to work hard to find you.
New England’s own Escapism Productions bridges the gap between audience and actor, with shows that are part theater, part escape room, and 100% immersive. Escapism Productions has worked with Connecticut Landmarks to set the scene at the Isham-Terry House to create a historical story about 19th-century customs and traditions, but with a Lovecraftian-type story of cosmic horror. Come and explore the House and the story in this unique production. We are waiting for you to escape with us!
Tickets are $45, $35 for CTL Members. Recommended for ages 13 & up. Advance registration required at:
Masks are required within our historic interiors due to the smaller spaces and limited airflow that is common in historic buildings, regardless of vaccination status. In order to protect the health of our staff, performers, visitors, and community, attendees are required to provide proof of vaccination, or negative results of a COVID-19 PCR test administered within 72 hours of the event, in order to participate in indoor programming. Please bring a copy or photo of your vaccination card, or negative PCR test timestamped within the last 72 hours, along with a corresponding state or federal ID for entry.