The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe
Bedlam Ensemble will be staging "The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe"-a night of adaptations from Edgar Allen Poe's breath taking pieces (Including The Raven, The Cask of Amontillado, Berenice and The Fall of the House of Usher). During the evening, we will present unique dramatizations of his chilling compositions focusing on the most grotesque fragments of human behavior.
Every detail of this production is an opportunity to showcase and celebrate Bedlam Ensemble's thriving community of artists.
Using a custom designed open space to venture into Poe's world, Bedlam Ensemble will take the spectator into the mind of Poe ensuring each guest has a unique, personal and bewildering experience.
The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum in Baltimore is currently on the verge of getting its door closed therefore we will be donating all profits from ticket sales to support the Museum.
Within the evening, Bedlam Ensemble will intertwine the performance with a mix of live music, dance performances and poetry where the audience will be the driving force behind the events that unfold.
WITH LIVE MUSIC by You Bred Raptors? - youbredraptors.com
Executive Producer- Bedlam Ensemble
Produced by Michel Chahade and Kimberly Marie Freeman
Directed by Daniella Caggiano and Natalie Glick
Kimberly Marie Freeman
Frank De Jesus
Samantha Jane Williams
Choreography by Ruya Koman and Aimiende Negbenebor
Live Music by You Bred Raptors?
Sound Design by Patrick Metzger
Image by Dan Streeting
Lighting my Michel Chahade
Costumes by Yon!
Altered Stages 2 (View)
150 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001
|Minimum Age: 14|
||Hello! We want to buy tix for Sun 30 Oct. What's the difference between the ticket types below?
Also, is it assigned seats or General Admission? Thanks, look forward!
Preview- Concession $22.00 ($23.76 w/service fee)
Preview Advanced $25.00 ($26.87 w/service fee)
||Hello, we just fixed it! Now there are 2 choices: Preview Concession and General Preview. There are no assigned seats, in fact seats are scattered throughout the performance space and we suggest to audience to make themselves comfortable and move within the space to experience every detail of the interactive performances. Thank you!|