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The 5pm Post – “An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe”

From an email:

“Invalid,” Genki Media LLC has teamed up with The Picnic Theatre Company once again for “An Evening With Edgar Allan Poe.” The company will produce three short 15-minute plays adapted by Robert Mason. The plays will be performed at one of Washington D.C.’s most beautiful (and, on this night, spooky) historic homes, The Dumbarton House in Georgetown. Tickets for the each of the three nights (Oct, 27, 28 and 29) are $10. Wine and food from Napoleons and Cafe Bonaparte will be available on site. Proceeds from the performance will benefit Clowns Without Borders and Dumbarton

When: October 27, 28 and 29
Time: 6:00 p.m. – Bar opens
7:30 p.m – 8.30 p.m. – Performance
Location: Dumbarton House, 2715 Q street NW (just after Dumbarton bridge in Georgetown -15 minute
walk from Dupont Circle metro)
Dress Code: Gothic fancy dress optional (but encouraged).

Ticketing: Purchase tickets at
General Admission $10.00
Wine and Crepes available for purchase on site

Tickets include access to the Halloween after-party at Napoleon’s on Oct 29th.”

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