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Edgar Allan Poe's Blood, Sweat and Fears

Edgar Allan Poe's Blood, Sweat and Fears

Watch the promotional trailer on YouTube for Edgar Allan Poe's Blood, Sweat and Fears, LIVE ONSTAGE at FPX Events, openining October 14.

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Alex Zavistovich
443-216-7818

Event Details

Friday, September 23, 2022, 8:00 PM – Sunday, October 16, 2022, 3:00 PM
Repeats weekly Sunday and Friday and Saturday 16 times. Also includes Friday September 23, 2022, Saturday September 24, 2022, Sunday September 25, 2022, Saturday October 15, 2022, Sunday October 16, 2022, Friday October 28, 2022, Saturday October 29, 2022, Sunday October 30, 2022, Friday November 4, 2022, Saturday November 5, 2022, Sunday November 6, 2022.
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$28
$35
443-216-7818

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Haunted houses, scary movies, and trick-or-treating are always fun – but starting October 14 this year, Baltimore’s own National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre has a brand-new way to celebrate Halloween that the city has never had before: A LIVE stage show celebrating the works of Edgar Allan Poe, with magic, music and some of the local area’s best actors. It’s magic, music and mayhen as “Edgar Allan Poe’s Blood, Sweat and Fears” will take place at FPX Events in Dundalk, MD (7938 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224). The show opens October 14 for four consecutive weekends, and closes November 6. Performance times are: Fridays at 8 PM, Saturdays at 2 PM and 8 PM Sundays at 2 PM Tickets are $35, with reduced prices for students, seniors and military. They can be purchased online at www.fpxevents.com or www.poetheatre.org. Three Poe stories will be brought to life on stage: “Berenice,” “The Predicament” and “The Tell-Tale Heart.” The play also includes magic, music and dance to create a family-friendly experience visitors will remember forever. The National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre has produced over 20 radio-drama adaptations of Poe’s scary stories and poems. They’re being aired on National Public Radio, Amazon Music and are even archived by the Library of Congress. This is the company’s first-ever live stage show.
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