Michael Colby presents Mrs. McThing!
A Spooktacular show on Halloween
October 31st at 2:00 & 7:00 pm
Tada! Youth Theater

Tickets can be reserved at:

Illustration posted for this event is by Hannah Chusid

General Admission Tickets: $50 Adults, $30 Students

TADA! Youth Theater – 15 W 28th Street, 2nd Floor – New York, NY 10001

The two performances will benefit TADA! Youth Programs

More about the show can be read in  an  article devoted to MRS. McTHING on




Sunday, October 31st @ 7:00 pm The Salon with SPOOKY Annual Hosts: Janice Hall & Adam Shapiro
THEME: It’s a Jungle Out There – Halloween with the Animals
Don’t Tell Mama

SALON – New York’s Most Award-Winning Open Mic, Hosted by Mark Janas & Produced by Tanya Moberly returns to DON’T TELL MAMA – 343 WEST 46TH ST.

Winnie’s Rock Cauldron Cabaret
Sunday., October 31st @ 7:00 pm & 9:30 pm
Green Room 42

Your favorite soul sucking sirens of Salem, Winifred, Sarah and Mary Sanderson, return in a brand new theatrical rock concert! An evening filled with music and parodies covering many decades and genres, the Sanderson Sisters will cast a spell sure to have you singing, laughing and dancing till you die!!! This show may not be appropriate for younger…..children.Bette Midler Tribute Artist, Jennica McCleary, originated Winifred Sanderson at Disney’s Magic Kingdom production ‘Hocus Pocus Villain Spelltacular’ 2015 (a now viral video) in Orlando, FL. She has worked with Legends in Concert and Pattycake Productions and has been featured MTV, VH1, Entertainment Tonight. She was also featured in The Hocus Pocus 25th Anniversary Bash on Freeform as well as Freeform’s Halloween Road. She is thrilled to have conjured this fan-fiction style concert, while battling breast cancer, to celebrate everyone’s inner magical badass witch.


Into Sweeney Todd’s Woods
Sunday., October 31st @ 7:00 pm
Feinstein’s 54 Below

Back for an eighth smash year to celebrate Halloween!! Well Hello, Little Girl… There are Giants in the Sky at Feinstein’s/54 Below when host Phil Geoffrey Bond (Sondheim Unplugged) and some of Broadway and cabaret’s spookiest talents (along with a ghoulish trio of Sondheimhood’s creepiest musicians) collide for a night celebrating the music of these two landmark musicals. God, That’s Good! The trees rustle, a wolf howls, something’s eerie in the night air: it’s The Last Midnight. The perfect way to end your Halloween celebrations – or perhaps start them! City on Fire! … He shaved the necks of gentlemen who never thereafter…

Special Guest:
Sarah Rice (Sweeney Todd’s original Johanna)

Victoria Cook (The Public Theater’s Into the Woods)
Scott Coulter (Stephen Schwartz & FriendsScott Coulter & Friends: From Dolly Parton To David Bowie!)
Harris Doran (Beauty Mark)
Marquee Five (Broadway By The Letter)
Rob Maitner (59E59’s Asymmetric)
Julie Reyburn (Sondheim Unplugged4-time MAC Award winner)
Lucia Spina (Kinky Boots original Broadway cast, “Manifest”)
Forest VanDyke (Lincoln Center’s Forest)

Hosted by Rob Maitner
Music Direction by John Fischer
Jerry DeVore, bass
Jonathan Russell, violin


Everybody hail to the Pumpkin Song! Join us on the spookiest night of the year for The Nightmare Before Christmas: Halloween Spooktacular. Featuring your favorite songs from the film, the evening will include performances by some of New York City’s most exciting performers. Expect treats, a few tricks, and a Halloween night to remember. Or is it… Christmas? Hard to say. Boo! Produced by April Lavalle.

Featuring: Treshelle Edmond – Liam Forde – Jared Goldsmith –
Dickie Hearts –
Jim Hogan – Sky Lakota-Lynch – JJ Maley – Alexandra Nader – Rocky Paterra – Dave Resultan – Will Roland – J’Kobe Wallace
Eleri Ward – 
Music Direction by Brian Fitzsousa


The Cutting Room!
Sunday, October 31 @ 7:30 pm (also Oct., 26 & 27)
The Cutting Room

Come see Lady Macbeth at the Cutting Room, a spectacle of witches, sword fighting, and murder! Taking only the original text of Macbeth by William ShakespeareLady Macbeth focuses on a couple in love and the grief they suffer after losing their child. “The death of the Macbeth heir is acknowledged in the original, but there is yet to be a production that utilizes this trauma, compounded with the horrors of war, to drive the plot,” says director, Katie North

The Cutting Room – 44 E 32nd St. – New York


Returns for two night after a sold-out debut
Saturday, October 30 @ 9:30 pm &
Sunday, October 31 @ 7:00 pm
Purchase tickets at


CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE – the New York newest hotspot for intimate dining and extraordinary music – will present the return of Mason Alexander Park and their solo show “The Pansy Craze” for two performances on Saturday, October 30 at 9:30 PM and Sunday, October 31 at 7:00 PM. Currently starring in two hotly-anticipated Netflix live-action adaptations – Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman and the groundbreaking anime Cowboy Bebop – Park returns with the show after a post-pandemic sold-out performance earlier this fall. There is a $27 cover.  CHELSEA TABLE + STAGE is located at 152 West 26th Street downstairs inside the Hilton New York Fashion District.
Purchase tickets at @chelseatableandstage

“The Pansy Craze” is a musical romp through the history of trans/gender non-conformity on stage, beginning with the rarely discussed pansy performers of the 1930’s. If Mister Rogers led a TED Talk about the binarchy and gender performance, complete with songs and fake eyelashes, this would be it. The evening features songs from the height of the pansy and drag scene of the 1920’s and glam rockers like Bowie, Lou Reed, and T-Rex, to songs from the musical theatre cannon that pushed the boundaries of gender play like The Rocky Horror ShowHedwig, and Kiss of the Spider Woman. The ultimate celebration of pride, directed by Hunter Bird and including members from the Hedwig National Tour band, this is an evening of education, shenanigans, and some spooky songs to get you into the Halloween spirit.

According to BroadwayWorld, “Whether singing alone, performing with their glittery guest stars, reciting queer history, or just standing in the solo spot talking to the audience, or their partner (via Facetime), Mason Alexander Park is a person to be loved. There are those people who were born to be loved and those artists who were born to be stars, and Mason Alexander Park is both.”