Children 12 and under are invited to dress up in costume for trick or treating in the Shubert lobby. Everyone is welcome to enjoy arts and crafts projects, temporary tattoos, balloons, Halloween short films as well as candy and popcorn.
Participants are also welcome to trick or treat at the Shops at Yale in Chapel Historic District and the Broadway Shopping District between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. To do so, participants can register at the Shops at Yale table at the Shubert before 3 p.m. to receive a special bag and a map of participating stores to trick or treat at.
This weekend’s free family fun weekend will also kick-off Shubert’s annual Holiday food and toy drive. Non-perishable food and new, unwrapped toys will be collected until December 31 to benefit FISH of Greater New Haven, providing assistance to those home-bound in New Haven, while toys will be distributed by the New Haven Fire Department.
Shubert Theater asks that costumes do not include masks or prop weapons.