The Baltimore-based Iron Crow Theatre Company will present “The Homo Poe Show” from March 22 to April 5, which will feature short pieces inspired by or adapted from the legendary Baltimore writer Edgar Allan Poe.
These works have been crafted by playwrights Daniel Talbott (author of “Slipping”), Megan Gogerty (author of “Bad Panda),” and Baltimore’s own Rich Espey (author of “The Rainbow Plays”), as well as: a devised ensemble piece from Artistic Director Steven J. Satta who along with Ryan M. Clark will direct this theatrical event; the first collaboration with aerial choreographer and performer Mara Neimanis (In-flight Theatre); and an original duet by choreographer/dancer Tony Byrd (VTDance).
“The Homo Poe Show” will be performed at the Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St. in Baltimore. It contains nudity, adult themes and language. For more information and ticket reservations visit IronCrowTheatre.com or call the Iron Crow box office at 443-637- 2769.