Genre: Other
Dan Bianchi

It's the Master Of The Macabre's Bicentennial and RADIOTHEATRE is celebrating with an unprecedented year-long theatrical tribute to EDGAR ALLAN POE (1809-1849.) Did you know that our first great literary giant wrote some of his most famous works right here in NYC? He may have died penniless in the gutter, but, his stories have gone on to influence generations of international artists, writers and filmmakers to this day. So, RADIOTHEATRE will be presenting its own unique versions of over 20 of his scariest stories and poems including "The Pit and The Pendulum," "The Tell Tale Heart," "Murders In The Rue Morgue," "The Raven," "The Black Cat," "The Oval Portrait," "The Masque of Red Death," "The Cask Of Amontillado," "Ligeia," "The Premature Burial," and more!

EVERY MONTH A DIFFERENT PROGRAM OF TERRIFYING TALES...EXPERIENCE IT AGAIN AND AGAIN! Adapted and Directed by Dan Bianchi and the Award Winning, Critically Acclaimed Performance Group RADIOTHEATRE...IN CONCERT, LIVE ON STAGE Complete With A Great Cast Of Storytellers (and Special GUESTS) An Original Orchestral Score and a Plethora Of Sound Effects!

About the Company: RadioTheatre

Radiotheatre is a PERFORMANCE GROUP that creates AUDIO THEATRE live on stage inspired by old time radio dramas, yet, does not seek to re create period shows, nor traditional plays.  By combining 21st Century sound technology, uniquely written scripts, a cast of story tellers, original orchestral scores and a plethora of sound effects, Radiotheatre produces a new hybrid, environmental art form.  Its content is also unique in that it draws its inspiration from pulp genres usually ignored by live theatre; ie, adventure, science fiction, horror, crime.     

Open:   01/25/09
Close:   12/27/09

Every last Sunday 2pm of every month. Check for different programs
Theater:   Under St. Marks
Address:   94 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY
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