Halloween 2014: Eek! at the Greek

Location: The Greek Theatre, 2700 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90027

Date: October 25


  • Trick-or-Treat Village at 4:30pm
  • Music at 7pm

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Description: Looking for family-friendly Halloween fun in Los Angeles? Look no further! Eek at the Greek returns for its fourth season, offering Halloween treats for the whole family, including scary symphony music and a Trick-or-Treat village. Presented by the Children's Hospital of Los Angeles, Eek at the Greek features the 60-piece Symphony in the Glen Orchestra, which Arthur B. Rubinstein will conduct in a series of performances including Igor Stravinsky's "Infernal Dance" from THE FIREBIRD; Camille Saint-Saens "Funeral March of the Marionette" (commonly known as the theme to the old ALFRED HITCHCOCK SHOW); and "The Devil Dance" by John Williams.

Also, actor Bruce Boxleitner will narrate Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" with musical accompaniment, and there will be a world premiere performance of new live music by Carl Stalling, set to Disney's classic 1929 Silly Symphonies cartoon, "Skeleton Dance."

The Trick-or-Treat Village will be open from 4:30pm to 6:30pm in the front plaza of the Greek Theatre, where children can enjoy face-painting, a costume contest, safe trick-or-treating, and other arts and crafts.

Musical performances begin at 7Pm. The finale of the costume contest will take place on stage during intermission.

Tickets are $100 for a Pit Table. Prices for individual seats are: Adults $25 or $55 depending on seat; children $8 or $15, depending on seating.



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