All the world's a stage this Halloween with these spooky theater experiences

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Looking for something a little different to do with your family this Halloween? Along with trick-or-treating and after-dark parties, enjoy an immersive theatrical performance to get you in the spooky spirit. These not-to-miss attractions pull out all the stops with haunting aesthetics, surreal surroundings and top-notch performances that will transport you and your family to a different realm.

From child-friendly attractions to more gruesome experiences, you'll find a performance for everyone in your family this Halloween. Check it out:

For the Kids

Halloween Magic Show. Oct. 19. $7 per person. Aurora Theatre. 128 East Pike St., Lawrenceville. 678-226-6222.

The much anticipated Aurora Children's Playhouse holiday show is back with a little slight-of-hand magic, Halloween tricks and comedy treats appropriate for both young and old. This Halloween tradition features Magician Arthur Atsma who will enchant and amaze the audience throughout this exciting performance. Reserve your seats early for this one!

The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Silly Hollow. Oct. 22-Nov. 3. $19.50 per person. Center for Puppetry Arts. 1404 Spring St. NW, Atlanta. 404-873-3391.

Running through November 3rd, The Headless Horseman of Sleepy Silly Hollow offers a not-so-scary performance for the whole family to enjoy. Featuring hand-and-rod and shadow puppetry, this show tells a comedic version of Washington Irving's haunting short story. Guests can also take part in the Create-A-Puppet Workshop to make their own Hilarious Horse Rod Puppet.

For the daring

The Edgar Allen Poe Experience. Through Nov. 3. $35-$40 per person. The Wren's Nest. 1050 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., SW, Atlanta. 404-753-7735.

Back for the 2019 season, you won't want to miss seeing Poe's bone-chilling stories come to life at The Edgar Allen Poe Experience this Halloween. You'll encounter the Raven and hear a terrifying rendition of the Tell-Tale Heart, witness a haunted dinner party with a Red Masked figure and observe The Fall of the House of Usher.

Frankenstein's Funeral. Through Nov. 3. $40-$50 per person. St. John's Lutheran Church. 1410 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta.

Join Mary Shelley for a physical journey throughout the Gothic campus of St. John's Lutheran Church at Frankenstein's Funeral this Halloween. During this highly immersive evening, guests will experience the tangible world of Shelley with character interaction, haunting aesthetics and spooky surroundings. Only 40 guests per performance.

The Sleepy Hollow Experience. Through Nov. 3. $45-$70 per person. Inn at Serenbe. 10950 Hutchesons Ferry Road, Chattahoochee Hills. 770-463-1110.

If you're looking for a frightfully good time this Halloween, The Sleepy Hollow Experience will leave you shaking in your boots. Sold out for six seasons, this not-to-miss immersive performance takes you on a disconcerting journey through this classic ghost story, which includes a terrifying visit from the Headless Horseman.