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2018 Edgar Allan Poe Festival

From 5 member  reviews
Members say: Great acting, Disappointing, Confusing, Absorbing, Insipid

About the show

Radiotheatre presents its third annual festival of short radio plays inspired by the work of the legendary 19th-century American master of horror. More…

Enter into the darkness of the 160-year-old St. John’s Sanctuary in Greenwich Village where, lit by flickering candlelight, Radiotheatre presents fourteen terror tales from Edgar Allan Poe. Radiotheatre's festival features nice different lineups of radio shorts enhanced by original orchestral scores and a plethora of sound effects. Close your eyes and open your imagination! Visit Radiotheatre's website for a detailed schedule.

Member Reviews (5)


Great acting, Disappointing, Confusing, Absorbing, Insipid
Avg Score

Delightful, Great staging, Great acting, Great stories telling

See it if Its a part of radio days by update, and you see the actor, hear the background sounds part of the story.

Don't see it if Do not like stories.

Also They all have beautiful clear voices. The stories and poetry were exce... Read more Read less

Riveting, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if You want to be amazed at the fine acting in a small church in the village. It you are a mystery fan, especially of Pore

Don't see it if You don't care for mysteries or Poe

Confusing, Disappointing, Indulgent

See it if You are between the ages of 12 and 13 and love listening to stories in a dark church. You’ve read the series of books written by Michael

Don't see it if You don’t like shows that promise more than they deliver. You want staging. You like actors who relate to one another. You love Poe.

Also Green called The Art of Coarse Acting and want to see these books brou... Read more Read less

Great acting, Entertaining, Clever, Atmospheric, Creative

See it if You like storytelling and using imagination to visualize characters and settings. Can follow same actors in different roles and stories

Don't see it if You need a big production and don’t enjoy radio plays or staged readings. Don’t care for Poe’s writing

Disappointing, Confusing, Insipid, Overrated

See it if You enjoy seeing a great author’s work rewritten, dumbed down and generally disrespected. The works presented here ARE NOT WRITTEN BY POE.

Don't see it if You enjoy reading Poe stories and poems that haven’t been tampered with to try to “bring them up to date.”

Also It is unclear in their advertising and on their postcards that these s... Read more Read less

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