There is a historic Broadway theater in the heart of Times Square where the ghost of a former star haunts. It has been shuttered since Prohibition ended. Step through a secret portal and be transported back to 1920 at Florenz Ziegfeld’s extravaganza, The Midnight Frolic.

You’ll be given a passport, a role to play and an unforgettable experience. You’ll watch a thrilling show featuring chanteuses, lavish showgirls, risqué burlesque and daring aerialists.  During “intermissions” you’ll travel to Montmartre in Paris where you’ll visit the infamous Cabaret du Néant (Cabaret of Nothingness) where you can sample drinks like “Black Death” and “Sweet Syphilis” and watch a beautiful maiden turn into a revolting corpse. You’ll be staying first class at the Hotel Ritz where you can sleuth the mysterious death of Olive Thomas. You may even be invited to attend a champagne orgy with some of the hotel’s celebrity guests.