(Baytown, TX) – Ghosts, goblins, witches and werewolves are arriving at Lee College just in time for Halloween. On Wednesday, Oct. 31, renowned illusionist Stephen Knight brings his acclaimed haunted magic show, Magic of the Night, to the Performing Arts Center.
Inspired by the travelling midnight ghosts shows of the 1930s, and described as “Disney’s Haunted Mansion meets Las Vegas” by critics, Magic of the Night is a full-stage theatrical experience featuring comedy, drama, Halloween-themed illusions and magical ghostly phenomena. Show highlights including Harry Houdini’s classic metamorphosis illusion, as well as an opportunity for an audience member to create his or her own monster will also be featured.
“Magic of the Night is an exciting show that provides families who may not be interested in the traditional, trick-or-treat route, with a fun, family-friendly alternative,” said Lee College Performing Arts Center Director Scott Vernon. “And as an additional treat, children are invited to come to the show in their costumes!
“This is a wonderful opportunity for families to enjoy a night of good, clean, “haunted” Halloween fun, without blood or gore,” Vernon continued. “And we invite the community to join us.”
Magic of the Night will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31, in the Lee College Performing Arts Center located at 200 Lee Drive in Baytown. The show is underwritten by the Houston Endowment, San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, and the City of Baytown.
Tickets are $15-$20 and are now on sale.
For more information, call the Lee College Performing Arts Center Box Office at 281.425.6338.
Lee College in Baytown, Texas, serves a geographic area of more than 280,000 residents that includes the Goose Creek, Anahuac, Barbers Hill, Crosby, Dayton, Devers, East Chambers, Hardin, Huffman, Hull-Daisetta, and Liberty Independent School Districts. To learn more about Lee College, visit www.lee.edu.