Adapted from tales by Catherine Wells, Guy de Maupassant, and W.W. Jacobs. Three terrifying tales are set on or around Halloween in a New York brownstone. In "The Actor," (2 m, 3 w, 1 flexible), a young girl, who lives with her eccentric parents in a house rumored to be haunted, asks a famous actor to frighten her by portraying the house ghost at a Halloween party. She gets a lot more than she bargained for when she is truly frightened out of her wits. In "The Hand," (3 m, 3 w, 4 non-speaking), an arrogant hunter has his prized trophy mounted on the wall of his library. The trophy is a human hand, and the owner wants it back. Late one night, the Hand takes its revenge. In "The Keys," (4 m, 2 w), a husband accidentally kills his wife, then tries to cover up the crime by framing a burglar who had just broken into the house to steal the wife's jewelry. But things are not as they seem. Making use of darkness, flashlight, and supernatural beings, "All Hallows' Eve" is a truly terrifying theatrical experience guaranteed to provide screams, chills and laughter.