Tickets are now available for our Edgar Allan Poe-themed Hallowe’en show, Tomes of Terror: Nevermore! You can either buy tickets in advance or reserve tickets and pay at the door on our Tickets page. Featuring original radio-drama adaptations of “The Raven”, “The Masque of the Red Death”, “The Fall of the House of Usher”, and “The Cask of Amontillado”, this is sure to be a hit, so get your tickets now!
All the audition sides (definition) are now available in our audition documents folder for our Poe-themed Hallowe’en show. (Sides for “The Fall of the House of Usher” have just been posted.) These are worth reading over if you’re interested in auditioning. As always, see our Auditions page to learn how to sign up for an audition slot and what to bring to your audition.
The on-line form to schedule an audition has been up for some time, but now we also have a PDF of the paper audition form (to submit at your audition) and the rehearsal/performance schedule grid available in our audition documents folder. The best place to start if you’re thinking of auditioning is our Auditions page, which describes the process. You’ll probably also want to check out the available roles.
We now have descriptions of the availalble roles up for our Hallowe’en show. The place to start is still the auditions page, which describes the process and has a link to the form (offsite) to sign up for an audition slot. Auditions are August 18 and 19, and the show will go up in October.
We don’t yet have a list of available roles or sides available, but our audition signup page is live for our upcoming production of our Edgar Allan Poe-themed Hallowe’en show, Tomes of Terror: Nevermore, featuring A. Lehrmitt’s adaptation of “The Masque of the Red Death”, Michael McAfee’s adaptation of “The Fall of the House of Usher”, Mare Freed’s adaptation of “The Cask of Amontillado”, and a special dramatic reading of “The Raven”, adapted by Liz Salazar.
We’ve been running a nifty “Meet the Cast” series on our Tumblr page. (You can also follow along on our Facebook page, where we try to cross-post things.) This is a great way to get to know the folks you’ve seen on stage — or look forward to seeing on stage — at Summer Radio Mystery Theater: Super Sleuths.
PMRP is bringing Edgar Allen Poe to its Halloween stage this year!
Featured in this trilogy will be adaptations of The Cask of Amontillado and The Fall of the House of Usher, but we need a third story to perform, and that's where you come in: we're putting out a Call for Scripts!
Visit the Tomes of Terror: Nevermore page for details!