Kids' Night on Broadway Will Allow Children to Trick or Treat at the Stage Door

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Kids Night on Broadway's (KNOB) special Halloween edition will include plenty of extra-creepy delights for young Broadway fans.

The fun will begin Oct. 31 from 11 AM-2 PM with the Fan Festival, a pre-theatre Halloween party at Madame Tussauds New York, at which KNOB ticket holders will be able to tour the famed New York wax museum for free and participate in unique, interactive theatre activities. Dressing as your favorite Broadway character is encouraged.

In addition to being able to see a Broadway show for free (when accompanied by a full-paying adult), kids will also be able to trick or treat at various shows' stage doors. Participating Broadway shows will be announced at the Fan Fest.

At the pre-show Fan Festival at Madame Tussauds, activities will include face painting, dance lessons, costume exhibits, how to do costume quick changes, plus more, including the ever-popular autograph alley. Broadway performers will be on hand to take part in the activities, and UNICEF/ Broadway Kids Care will have a booth where kids can decorate UNICEF boxes.

This Halloween edition of KNOB salutes UNICEF and celebrates the 60th anniversary of its Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF initiative.

A Kids' Night on Broadway ticket includes pre-theatre parties, restaurant discounts, parking discounts, special kids’ souvenir program provided by Playbill and Theatre Development Fund, and more. Kids' Night on Broadway, which occurs on several dates in theatres across the country throughout the year, is presented by The New York Times and officially sponsored by Madame Tussauds New York. This Halloween edition is supported by Playbill.

For more information and tickets, visit kidsnightonbroadway.com.

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