Dirty Work At The Wax Works

Coney Island's original Halloween extravaganza is one of the smartest and best spook shows in all of New York City.

DIRTY WORK AT THE WAX WORKS is a demented story told by the 1970's Night Watchman of Coney Island's infamous Presidential Wax Works. If you take his after hours, crack pipe smoking, hallucinated tour though the Hall of Presidents, don't be too shocked or offended, if you hear excessive swearing and encounter excessive graphic violence including:

A Shooting Gallery Re-Enactment of the Kennedy assassination.

Zombies eating Richard Nixon's brain and a Funeral interrupted by a Booger hanging off of George Washington's nose.

DIRTY WORK AT THE WAX WORKS is October's perfect mash-up of Halloween Horror & Horrifying Presidents!

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Or Vote for our League of Zombie Fighting Creepshow Commanders in Chief!

Vote for the Worst Presidents and Best Halloween Ever!

Come see what the New York Press called "not only the best and wildest haunted house in town, but the smartest as well."

Under 16 must be accompanied by parent. No one under 10 will be admitted!

Directed by: Dick D. Zigun

Scenic and Costume Design: Kate Dale

Special Effects Design: Jeremy Chernick

Scenic Artist: Marie Roberts

Starring:
Nikos Brisco, Zero Boy, Patrick Salazar

Check out a Photo Gallery here.

Dirty Work at the Wax Works was written up in the New York Post. Click here to read it.

Performance schedule (Click the time, to purchase tickets for that performance):

Tickets are $15 online or at the door.

Monday, October 31 at 8PM & 10PM 

Dirty Work at the Wax Works is supported by funding from NYC Department of Cultural Affairs.