Think Edgar Allan Poe’s stories couldn’t get more twisted? Just wait until we’re done with them!
We tackle queering the Baltimore Literary Legend’s work with help from our good friends and partners-in-crime. Rich Espey (author of The Rainbow Plays), Megan Gogerty (author of Bad Panda) and Daniel Talbott (author of Slipping), have all contributed short scripts adapted from and inspired by Mr. Poe especially for this show. Add to that ICTC’s first ensemble-devised piece, and our first collaboration with Mara Neimanis of In-Flight Theatre, and you’ll get an evening in the theatre that you won’t want to miss.
Preview – Pay What You Can: Friday, March 21 @ 8pm
Opening Night: Saturday, March 22 @ 8pm
Thursday, March 28 through Saturday, March 29 @ 8pm
Sunday, March 30 @ 7pm
Wednesday, April 2 through Saturday, April 5 @ 8pm
Please be advised that The Homo Poe Show contains adult themes, language, and nudity.
Conceived and Written by Joseph W. Ritsch
Directed by Stephen Nunns
at Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 West Preston St, Baltimore, MD
Friday, Sept 27 – Pay What You Can Preview @ 8pm
Saturday, Sept 28 – Opening Night @ 8pm
Thursday – Saturday, Oct 3 – 5 @ 8pm
Sunday Oct 6 @ 7pm – Free Fall Baltimore Performance
Wednesday – Saturday, Oct 9 – 12 @ 8pm
In the summer of 1991, a hideous killing spree ended with the arrest and conviction of a reclusive Milwaukee chocolate factory worker named Jeffrey Dahmer. Apartment 213 takes us into this infamous home via a dream-like world, where time and space have no boundaries. A world where light, sound, video, dance, song, and text collide to propel us inside the thoughts and emotions of a so-called “monster”.
WE HAVE SO MANY NEW CROWS
and lots of old friends to thank
for making our IndieGogo Campaign
Together we raised $3,000.00 to support initiatives for next season. Thank you so much!
It will take us some time to get to each of you individually, but know how much we value you as part of the Crow family. We can’t wait to see you at the theatre and share this exciting season with you!
Yours in Mischief and Subversion,