Senate to Turn Chase Building into Haunted House

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By Amy Nwachukwu and Jared Heller

Prepare for scares and thrills, when the Chase Building transforms into a professionally designed haunted house on Friday, Oct. 30, from 7-9 p.m.

Sponsored by Upper School Senate, this free event promises to scare and delight those brave enough to enter. “I am excited to temporarily turn Brimmer and May, and some of its students, into a living nightmare,” says Trevor Sullivan ’11, founder of Darkness Within, a live entertainment horror production company tasked with creating a unique, immersive experiences to victims.

This experience will also feature professional scare actors, with makeup artists lending their talent to turn several seniors into ghoulish demons from beyond.

After (hopefully) surviving the haunted house, students will enjoy carnival games and food. Senate will also organize a glow-in-the-dark capture the flag game on the Chase field.

“We really expect a big turnout, especially with the time and effort invested into the event—and the great buzz going around,” says Upper School Senate President Nate Friedman ‘16.

Don’t miss this night of horror.