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A Halloween Party and screening of Nosferatu! Come to one or both -- it's sure to be a frighteningly good time!
**18 and over event**

Online ticketing closes Thursday afternoon, but tickets may be purchased when you arrive.

Screening of Nosferatu with live score by George Sabol
7:30 to 9 PM

Watch one of the greatest horror films of all time, Nosferatu, set to a live score penned and performed by musician George Sabol. Nosferatu, a silent film adaptation of Dracula directed by F.W. Murnau, released in 1922, is sure to scare as local guitar legend Sabol strums the haunting accompaniment. Sabol’s score runs the gamut from classical to modern metal to gothic. Prepare to be mesmerized as Sabol plays from multiple guitars including a 12-string, a classical, and a selection of electric guitars, along with his original, fully orchestrated recorded score.

Halloween Party
9 to 12 PM

Get ghoulish at CMOA for a Halloween celebration!

Wear a costume inspired by your favorite work of art* and participate in a costume competition judged by the ghosts of Pittsburgh’s past. Monster Mash the night away with spooky tunes by DJ ZOMBO, snap pics with a life-size Nosferatu, drink witches’ brew, and become un-dead with the help of the special effect make-up team from Kennywood’s Phantom Fright Nights.

After you get creepy, explore the galleries with zombie tour guides direct from Hundred Acres Manor Haunted House, the official zombie provider of Culture Club.

*Please, no masks, backpacks, splattering goo, or weapons (including costume prop weapons). Full face paint is okay. A costume valet will be available for costumes that are too large or extend too far off of the body to visit the galleries.

Culture Club is sponsored by Great Lakes Brewing Company, Bill Few Associates, and Pittsburgh City Paper
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By: Carnegie Museum of Art

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