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WonderWorks Orlando Halloween dinner show is a spooky good time

by Samantha Davis-Friedman

Families won’t want to miss any of the fun at “The Outta Control Spooktacular Magic Dinner Show,” the new WonderWorks Orlando Halloween dinner show beginning Oct. 1, 2021.

WonderWorks Orlando Halloween Dinner Show
Photos courtesy of The Outta Control Spooktacular Magic Dinner Show

The long-running magic comedy dinner show will launch it’s first-ever Halloween-themed “spooktacular” with performances the entire month of October at 6 p.m. nightly, with a second show at 8 p.m. on select nights.

 “We are excited that Tony Brent will be producing and performing a new Halloween-themed show for the first time in the show’s history,” says Brian Wayne, general manager of WonderWorks Orlando. “It will be completely unique from our regular show, offering family-friendly, spooky content for the season.”

WonderWorks Orlando Halloween Dinner Show

The WonderWorks Orlando Halloween Dinner show has two new characters — Jack the Trickster and Kevin — who will present a family-friendly “monster-mashup” of magic and comedy with a Halloween twist. During the frighteningly funny show, guests will learn the story of the “Haunted Bell and Key” as objects move on their own, lights flicker, and tables levitate inches away from their faces.

“This will be a Halloween show you will not want to miss,” Wayne said. “Tony Brent’s new character ‘Jack the Trickster’ will lead the show into a spooktacular good time!”

Despite the show’s spooky nature, it’s appropriate for all ages, filled with food, fun, and, of course, audience participation. The dinner includes unlimited fresh hand-tossed cheese and pepperoni pizza, salad, beer, wine, soda, and a themed Halloween dessert. Guests can also purchase holiday-themed cupcakes at WonderWork’s Works Eatery.

Servers will be in costume, and guests are encouraged to do the same. Plus, in the spirit of Halloween, WonderWorks will be offering face painting before and after the show on Saturdays and other select evenings (for a nominal fee).

Reservations are required for “The Outta Control Spooktacular Magic Dinner Show,” and guests should arrive at least 30 minutes before the show’s start time. Children three and under are free but will need a ticket to enter. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.

For Florida residents who can’t wait for October to visit WonderWorks Orlando, the science-focused indoor amusement park’s annual Family Fun Day will be held on Sept. 19, 2021, with a discounted admission rate of $15 per person. Guests must purchase tickets online and show a valid Florida ID at the time of redemption.

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