‘An Evening with Poe’ @ Frazier History Museum

Oct. 24-27, Oct. 30-Nov. 2

Frazier History Museum
829 W. Main St. • 753-5663
$15; 7:30 p.m. (8:15 on Oct. 24 and 31)

Whether writing about a man losing his mind while mourning a lover or a murderer going mad upon hearing the heartbeat of his deceased victim, Edgar Allan Poe is the master of mystery, from the ethereal to the macabre. And ’tis the spooky season to celebrate Poe’s works, which the Frazier History Museum will present during “An Evening with Poe.” This year’s performance includes eight of the author’s best-known tales (six poems and two short stories) set to original scores written exclusively for this event by The Tamerlane Trio, which includes members of Squeeze-bot, Sandpaper Dolls, and Fire the Saddle. Tickets include access to the museum’s permanent galleries, and there will be a cash bar (stocked with casks of Amontillado, perhaps?). —Sarah Kelley

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