"BloodyVox" with BodyVox - Astoria
Spend a spooky Friday the 13th in one of Astoria's most famously haunted places! Start with a group of beautiful and talented dancers, add a hint of Hitchcock, a touch of Vampire, top it off with a healthy dose of ghosts and zombies and you get BLOODYVOX, a dance theater experience that mines cinema, folklore and our collective nightmares to bring the season of spirits and All Hallows Eve to life. Funny, bloody and full of great dancing, this is Halloween as only BodyVox can imagine it. This delightfully creepy show is a must see for the entire family!
Bring your Liberty Cups and grab a drink in our Lower Lobby. While there, be sure to visit our Lower Lobby restrooms! Many guests and even volunteers have had chills run down their spines in this area. The Liberty Theatre is standing on what used to be the Weinhard Astoria Hotel. At 2:15 in the morning on December 8, 1922, amidst mixed rain and snow, a fire ripped through downtown and consumed 30 square blocks of Astoria. The Liberty rose from the ashes and opened for business on April 4, 1925. Since then, we've become famous for our resident shadows: The Woman, The Guys, the Man in the Audience, and many more. Be sure to ask our ushers for stories - they have them.
Come in costume!