Looking for dinner and a show? Well, The Triple Door has something for you, except with a spooky twist! Enjoy a night of food and drinks while watching a cabaret and burlesque-styled show inspired by Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.

In this production, you’ll get to watch as the pumpkin king, Jack Skellington navigates life in Halloween Town through a live, dark-fantasy musical adaptation of The Nightmare Before Christmas. The production still follows the classic plot of Jack losing interest in scaring people and stumbling upon Christmas Town, But with added live orchestral music, vocal performance, and video projections.

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What’s extra great about shows at the Triple Door is that you do not need to make a separate table reservation for food and drinks. Instead you can book your seats, sit back relax, enjoy your show while receiving full service and be dazzled as you watch performers bring this fall favorite to life.

If you decide that you want to treat yourself to a show (and you should) be sure to buy your tickets ASAP as they are going quickly. Keep in mind that you will need to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test and also wear a mask. If you’d like to learn more or grab tickets you can click below.

This Is Halloween at The Triple Door

When: October Until 31st
Where: 216 Union Street, Seattle
Cost: $39-$59 depending on the day and seat