The theater nerds of Satori Group are at it again, applying their high-minded ideas about performance and stagecraft to the very low goal of terrifying the crap out of you. Last year’s Spookhaus was one night only and it involved bedbugs and a chain saw, among other horrors; this year, Spookhaus runs for three nights, and according to advance word, it’s bigger and scarier than ever. According to some rumors I’ve pieced together, it will involve outdated surgical practices, cults, blood, Mark Driscoll’s disembodied voice, a polygraph machine, and an “amputations/kissing booth.” Whatever that is. (The LAB at INScape, 815 Seattle Blvd S,, $10 adv, 21+, Oct 30–Nov 1)

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