The Poseidon Theatre Company invites you to explore the world and words of Edgar Allan Poe in this multi-room immersive paranormal experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. More…
From the show:
This immersive experience is 21 + Valid ID is required to enter. There is a $25 Beverage/Food Minimum per guest.
The Year is 1969.
A new generation of the Poe Society hosts a cocktail party to commemorate the anniversary of the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe.
You are invited to join the gathering.
The “meeting” begins. The room is smudged for protection.
An otherworldly Medium arrives to reach out to the spirit of Poe.
A Seance ensues.
The Seance goes awry!
The Society Members quickly usher you into separate rooms for your safety, as Poe’s spirit enters into the gathering…your adventure begins.
As the Poe Society seeks clues to Poe’s unresolved death, what they find out is their own terrifying truth.
What happens next?
Come find out for yourself.
Journey underground into a multi-room immersive paranormal experience in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
Cocktails, Myth, Mystery, Murder…Ghosts
Experience the world and words of Edgar Allan Poe like you never have before.
"A Modern Day Edgar Allan Poe Story meets a 1960's Horror Movie"
See it if this is NOT theater. this is bad interactive performance art that is incoherent and annoying. a little poe didn't even go a long way
Don't see it if you don't want a normal theater experience that you can comprehend at the end!
See it if Your obsessed w/ Poe. You love novice acting. You want to see how not to do experiential or choose your own adventure theater.
Don't see it if Value your time. Value quality lighting. Value theater. Like to be scared Want to experience something different
See it if you're a huge Poe fan & want to hear some of his poetry & prose skillfully recited periodically between shrieking, wailing & convulsing.
Don't see it if u don't want to wander aimlessly through halls & doors & rooms in search of some meaning. [U don't stand a ghost of a chance of finding it.]
See it if you want a unique and kitschy experience in a midtown bar complete with alcoholic drinks. This will not be your usual “night out”.
Don't see it if you like immersive theater and you don't want the whole genre ruined for you. Screaming and twitching is not acting.
See it if You love “immersive” theatre which requires a $25 drink minimum to enjoy.
Don't see it if You prefer shows with strong plot, direction, stakes, and relationships. I feel bad for the cast; they are trying so hard.