Fall nightlife: A new face in the Basement

  • by: TOM HORGEN , Star Tribune
  • Updated: September 7, 2012 - 2:44 PM

THE HAUNTED BASEMENT Oct. 5-31 at the Soap Factory By now, we all have heard the spiel: The Soap Factory's haunted house is so scary they make you sign a waiver. The art gallery's dark and decrepit basement is back for a sixth year, filling those smelly depths with psychological terror and grotesque perversions. This time around, however, acclaimed Twin Cities theater director Noah Bremer is taking the creative reins. The Haunted Basement always has prided itself on hiring artists to curate the various rooms and passageways that make up the scarefest. Bremer's résumé suggests a Haunted Basement unlike any other. Most recently, he directed a gangster musical, a one-man absurdist play and performed as a clown in Cirque du Soleil. Scary.

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