Radiotheatre returns to NYC to for its annual horror fest in which the company performs six terror tales by the Grandmaster of 20th Century Horror, H.P. Lovecraft, as a dramatized radio show.
For the 7th year in a row, Radiotheatre presents its annual horror fest. Each of these six tales features Radiotheatre's trademark style, a stripped-down minimalist aesthetic that primarily uses audio to activate the viewer's imagination. The festival features a cast of storytellers, an original orchestral score and a plethora of sound. The stories brought to life include: 'Reanimator,' 'The Horror at Red Hook,' 'The Curse of Yig,' 'Hypnos,' and 'The Horror at Martin's Beach.'