ByHeather Snowden, writer at
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Heather Snowden

The composer and original Jack Skellington, Danny Elfman, has tromped through the pumpkin patch to bring the music of The Nightmare Before Christmas to life in the Hollywood Bowl this Halloween.

The show will be a live orchestral performance conducted by John Mauceri and Elfman will return to the helm singing as Jack Skellington as he did in the 1993 movie.

According to the LA Times, the Hollywood Bowl is going to be transformed into a spooky world of bones and ghouls:

“…transformed into Halloween Town — one of the nightmarish worlds from the original 1993 movie — with pre-show activities that will include an audience-participation costume contest.”

A costume competition too! How exciting!

Here's a little teaser for you:

Due to a sold-out show on Oct. 31st, a second show has been added on Nov. 1st beginning at 6:30PM! Check out the flyer below:

For our next Moviepilot Magazine, it's all about fear. So we're polling our readers to find out what terrifies them. You can help by answering the question below!


What horror movie/franchise scared you most as a kid?

(Source: Bloody Disgusting)


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