The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts Presents Scary Tales, The Brothers Grimm

Published October 9th 2023
A Spine Chilling Haunted House Experience

September 20, 2023, Norwalk, CT:  Join us for Scary Tales, The Brothers Grimm, a haunted house experience produced by the creative minds from The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts. This live walk-through maze of spine-chilling, bone-tingling fun, screams, and laughter tells the Scary Tales of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel & Gretel, and many more of those stories and creepy characters from our childhood that spurred our imagination and caused us sleepless nights. The Scary Tales experience features 50+ live actors, live entertainment, a themed bar, and enough thrills to last the entire Halloween season!
This spirited haunted house is being produced for the third year. The house of horrors is constructed on Parking Level 1.5 at The SoNo Collection, Norwalk, Connecticut's premier retail, lifestyle, and event space. Upon entering Scary Tales, thrill-seekers are greeted with a themed bar serving beer, wine, cocktails, and soft drinks. Live music performed by Norwalk Conservatory talent adds to the party atmosphere and the (nervous) energy that is palpable while the audience awaits to be summoned by The Brothers Grimm host. The haunted house is a 30-minute experience wrapped in dark and winding paths, macabre sounds, dastardly villains, and surprises around every turn.
“We are currently building our bespoke haunted house - framing has begun!” says Danny Loftus George, Norwalk Conservatory President, “With dozens of story-telling rooms to construct, costumes to be made, rehearsals to take place, and production details and special effects to be coordinated, it is a huge undertaking.”

Norwalk Fright Nights and The Brothers Grimm are part of the larger fundraising efforts of The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts. All proceeds go towards a student scholarship fund to attend the college and study the performing arts.
A Spine-Chilling Haunted House Experience
*Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult (strictly enforced). Parents are urged to use their best judgment if bringing younger children.
Friday-Sunday, Oct 13-14, 7-9:30 PM
Friday-Sunday, Oct 20-22, 7-10 PM
Thursday, Oct 26, 7-10 PM
Friday-Saturday, Oct 27-28, 7-10:30 PM
Sunday, Oct 29, 7-9:30 PM
Tuesday, Oct 31 (Halloween Night), 7-9:30 PM
Tickets: (non-refundable)
Skip the line and enjoy a complimentary soft drink or alcoholic beverage. Please note that wait times may range from 5-10 minutes even with a skip-the-line pass.
SPONSOR TICKETS: Support the arts and help send students to college. This ticket option is TAX DEDUCTIBLE. Sponsors are listed at the event and on all digital/social media platforms. Sponsor Benefits: skip-the-line access (for 4 adults), go through the haunted house up to three times a night and enjoy your first cocktail for free (plus unlimited Coca-Cola beverages, water, and snacks).
The SoNo Collection, 100 N Water Street, Parking Level 1.5
Norwalk, CT 06854
The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts was founded in 2018 by industry creatives with the goal of creating a college that was equal parts training and opportunity. A conservatory comprised of industry professionals for faculty, 'For actors, by actors.’. A suburban campus in the backyard of the biggest theatre city in the world. A place where the artists of today can train, audition for professional work, and grow simultaneously. With many alumni working on Broadway and on Television, its close proximity to New York City, small class sizes, and a curriculum built for today’s industry, The Norwalk Conservatory of the Arts is Connecticut’s premiere college of the arts. The Conservatory's mission is to deliver exceptional arts education to aspiring artists while fostering a positive influence within the local arts community.