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Night Terrors| Victorian Horror Stories at the Rosemount Museum

Looking for something to do in Pueblo on Halloween? Experience spine-chilling Victorian tales as they echo through the halls of the Rosemount Museum. October 17th-19th and 24th-26th.

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Feel the chills running down your spine…

as The Tell-Tale Heart, The Monkey's Paw, The Yellow Wallpaper, and more Victorian horrors echo through the halls of the Rosemount Museum. Presented by Artists Anonymous with support from the Rosemount Museum, the 1st year of Night Terrors features five hair-raising tales perfect for bookworms and fans of the macabre alike!

Night Terrors is environmental theater set within Pueblo's most historic mansion. Slip from room to room hearing each frightful tale portrayed by acclaimed local actors Amanda Cardinal, Lisbeth Keen, Nicholas Izzo, Sallie Walker, and Sierra Kenyon. 


6PM-10PM, every 15 minutes

October 17th, 18th, 19th & October 24th, 25th, & 26th

Members & Children $15 | General Admission $18

Special Notes

Suggested 12 years +, per parental discretion. 

Run time: 60-70 minutes


You get TixPerks with your purchase!

Your ticket gets you killer perks with our partners at the Rosemount Museum, Walter's Brewery & Taproom, Gypsy Javas, SoCo Escape Room, and Hue 32 Salon through the month of October.

Use your digital ticket through the month of October to redeem these one-use deals!

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Got questions? We’ve got answers.


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Lisbeth Carol Keen | Actor

Lisbeth Carol Keen is a transplant in Colorado, having been born and raised across Israel, Holland, England and the U.S. She studied European Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College in London and has continued to pursue her career since moving to Colorado in 2013. Lisbeth has a passion for theatre and voice work and was most recently seen at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center in Shakespeare in Love and The Tap at the Millibo Art Theatre. Lisbeth was also a part of It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play at The Lone Tree Arts Center, and has acted in multiple short films and a documentary over the past 3 years. Lisbeth is currently working as a freelance artist and barista and lives in Colorado Springs with her husband.


Amanda Cardinal | Actor

Amanda Cardinal has been a part of the Theatrical world of Pueblo for over 20 years. She has achieved an Associates of Arts through Pueblo Community College. Amanda has trod the boards of such Theatres as Damon Runyon Repertory, Steel City Theatre Company, and the Impossible Players. Amanda also has been a part of the Pueblo Police Department’s CIT program as an actress for the past 10 years. Some of her previous roles include: “Adelaide”/Guys and Dolls, “Eliza Doolittle”/My Fair Lady, “Nicky’s Right arm, Ms.Thistletwat, Bad Idea Bear”/Avenue Q, and “Mayella Ewell”/To kill a Mockingbird. “Thank you for keeping me going my bears! So proud to see who you are becoming!”


Nicholas Izzo | Actor

Upon moving back to Tucson en route to L.A. he got his first lead role in a medium length film Date of the Dead which has now been turned into a feature length film.  He also met an amazing acting coach who advised him to go to Atlanta as opposed to LA and so with everything he could fit in his SUV he headed south.  Within months he got his first role in a paid independent feature, Patient.  He also acquired his first agent and booked his first Co-Star role on Drop Dead Diva making him eligible for SAG-AFTRA. Most recently he worked with the same team from Patient in the Atlanta 48-hour film festival on a film called Re Inc for which he was nominated for Best Actor out of over 80 films.  In his spare time, Izzo plays piano, soccer, guitar and likes to be outdoors in any capacity including rock climbing.


Sallie Walker | Actor

Sallie Walker is an actor, singer, writer and director. She has been involved in dance, theater and music for over 4 decades and will continue to learn and ply her craft(s) as long as she is able. Her strong belief is that the Arts are vital and are the foundation of civilization and inform all other pursuits.


Sierra Kenyon | Actor

Sierra is a graduate from the University of Colorado Boulder. She loves: singing, writing, dancing, performing, solving problems, doing improv comedy, and yelling. She was the President and one of the founders of the longest running improv comedy troupe to come out of CU's Umbrella Improv Initiative; Spaghetti Confession. She likes making the mundane funny and coming up with ideas. Writing has been a passion of hers since she can remember. She run the satirical news Instagram channel @theinstigatornews.

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Tierra Izzo | Director


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