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Oct
27
Too Late — You Missed It!

Thursday, October 27 • 6 pm

Full disclosure: I myself am strange and unusual. I’m the repeat Lydia Deetz costume offender who just cut her bangs and is waiting on the porch for her red wedding dress to arrive from UPS. 

Long before Winona Ryder was everyone’s mom on Stranger Things, she portrayed a gothy, angsty teenager in Beetlejuice named Lydia Deetz, an aspiring photographer whose life is a dark room in that she’s obsessed with death. Upon moving to a serene country home with her ludicrous family, she befriends the ghostly couple haunting the place under laughable bed sheets. She attempts to foil her parents’ plot to profit off the house’s spooky vibes by summoning a ghoulish, crude dude in the shape of Michael Keaton who wreaks havoc instead of help. 

You can add a little Deetz to your Halloween week by dusting off your lawn chair and dragging your cushiest pillow under the disco ball at SoDo’s excellent nightclub, Supernova. The club will screen Beetlejuice on Thursday, October 27th—and there’s no need to get into costume, buy expensive cocktails, or pay at the door because this night is free and comes with popcorn. 

Prepping for Halloween weekend can be deflating in this inflated economy, so why not find an easy way to celebrate? Tickets are limited to 150 and are available now. 

📸: Supernova

Abbie Gobeli is the creature pushing the social media buttons at Sub Pop Records and Hardly Art. You may hear her when you wake up from your nightmares on KEXP 90.3 FM soundtracking Wednesday mornings 1-5 AM. In her past life, she has written for The Stranger, City Pages, and the Walker Art Center. Ask her about shadow puppets.

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