MCCT presents Oc-POE-ber Fest – a monthlong celebration of the works of Edgar Allan Poe

MCCT presents Oc-POE-ber Fest – a monthlong celebration of the works of Edgar Allan Poe

As Halloween approaches in this spooky time of ours, MCCT thought the time might be right for some fantastic tales of fanciful horror to remind us when scary was fun.

Hence, Monroe County Civic Theatre’s Oc-Poe-ber Fest, a celebration of the works of that master of the macabre Edgar Allan Poe.

Every Saturday from now to All Hallow’s Eve, we’ll try to trick and treat you with Poe prose and Poe – etry read by our friends and neighbors, the ghoulish, but harmless, good guys of your own community theatre.

“Chilly” Billy Speares hosts the monthlong celebration.

Thanks to all our players.  Click the link below, if you dare…

Volume One
featuring…
The Raven read by Steve Scott
The Oval Portrait read by Margo Morton
The Cask of Amontillado read by Dan Heise

Volume Two
featuring…
Annabel Lee read by Colette Feehan
Silence:  A Fable read by Emily Bedwell
Bon Bon read by Justin McNeely & Emma Young

Volume Three
featuring…
The Conqueror Worm read by Hannah Jones Knight
The Sphinx read by Kenny Hertling
The Tell-Tale Heart read by Sarah Mae Ruggles
Eleonora read by Jessica Marchbank McCanse

Volume Four
featuring…
Eldorado read by Holland Rutter
A Dream Within a Dream read by Frank Buczolich
Hop-Frog read by Zilia C. Balkansky Selles
The Black Cat read by Andrew Bowen
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar read by Paulina Guerrero

Volume Five – COMING SOON!
featuring…
The Bells read by Roy Sillings
Dream-Land read by Emily Mcgee
The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether read by Rene Llewellyn
The Pit and the Pendulum read by Frank Buczolich
The Masque of the Red Death read by Roy Sillings

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