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As Poe himself put it “There are chords in the hearts of the most reckless which cannot be touched without emotion.” And thusly we invite the reckless party folk of the world to attend our most auspicious event this October the 30th. Attend Prospero’s masquerade ball and partake in a carnival of excess, intrigue, mystery, and despair this Halloween season at the Collingswood Grand Ballroom.


Guests are entreated to an evening of interactive theater, cabaret, and horror straight from the twisted minds of the immortal Edgar Allan Poe and horror writer Frank Horror. Behold seven rooms of macabre actors and activities. Taste the finest cuisine provided by our local gourmet chef. Witness the finest offering of performers we can provide.


Our seven rooms include:

-A stoic art gallery of local creators from Jersey, Philly, and beyond 

-A serene solarium with a champagne wall for those who know how to acquire it

-A sultry and playful lounge for those who want to gossip and revel 

-Our most grandiose ballroom offering performers and actors alike

-The bacchanalian performance space and liquor cellar 

-The rambunctious betting parlor where you can wheel and deal to get ahead in the game

-The memorial black room where you can unlock mysteries of the evening and honor those who have passed 



Minnie d’Moocha (burlesque performer)

Commedia dell’Arte Actors

Variety Performers from the World Over

Actors from the renowned Without a Cue 

And Foxworth Vorn as Prospero



We request that you attend in your best masquerade attire in the style of a Venetian Carnivale goer or finest cocktail attire. 




General Terms

All items are non-refundable, all sales are final.

Refund Policy

All items are non-refundable under any circumstances.

Cancellation Policy
In the event of a cancellation a member of our team will reach out to offer refunds and ticket transfers.
Item Transfer Policy
Tickets are transferable between guests.
Age Restriction
Miscellaneous Policies
Make sure to dress the part and come with a masquerade mask. Gothic, cocktail formal, and period dress are all welcome.