Poe’s Unhappy Hour, Interactive storytelling of the works of Edgar Allan Poe
Created by Karyn Reppert
You are cordially invited to visit the parlor of Mrs. Maria Clemm to enjoy an hour of entertainment and camaraderie. Mrs. Clemm is delighted that her dear nephew and son in law, the remarkable Edgar Allan Poe, has offered to share a recitation of some of his most remarkable works, including his ever popular poem “The Raven”.
Please join Mrs. Clemm, Mr. Poe and a few select guests for this memorable and thrilling event.
This interactive theatrical event includes the audience in the experience as esteemed guests who witness a performance of heightened storytelling of many famous short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe. The works include Poe’s short stories: “The Tell-Tale Heart” & “The Cask of Amontillado” along with some of his poems including “Annabel Lee” and “The Raven”. Additionally the audience is provided with an opportunity to interact with Mr. Poe, his wife Virginia, his Aunt Maria, and his harshest critic, Rufus Griswold.
Available to school audiences October 22 & 23
Public Performance Friday, October 25 at 7:00 PM