Usher -- A Totally Teen Comedy. The works of Edgar Allan Poe are bone-chilling, dark, depressing-nevermore, quoth the raven! This skillful adaptation takes a grand mix of Poe's writing and characters and weaves them together into a teen-savvy comedy loosely based on
USHER A Totally Teen Comedy by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus, directed by Juliana Stewart and produced by Out of the Box Players. A totally fun evening, full of winks, nudges and nods to the Master of the Macabre, Edgar Allan Poe.
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The Grade 9 drama class will be presenting a dark comedy on Wednesday, December 14 and Thursday, December 15 at the Performing Arts Centre. The works of Edgar Allan Poe are bone-chilling, dark, depressing — nevermore, quoth the raven! — however this skillful adaptation takes a grand mix of Poe.
St. Joseph Catholic School provides a quality Catholic education for all its students, developing their potential as active Christians and contributing citizens who use their gifts for the service of others.
Those wishing to audition, ages 13-25 recommended, should memorize a one minute comedy monologue. Show dates are March 20th, 21th, 27th, 28th and
Summary from works of Edgar Allan Poe are bone-chilling, dark, depressing nevermore, quoth the raven! This skillful adaptation takes a grand mix of Poe s writing and characters and weaves them together into a teen-savvy comedy loosely based on The Fall of the House of Usher but with more laughs and a much brighter ending.
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It's Edgar Allan Poe's writing with a teen-savvy comedy twist. The play "Usher" will be presented by Cañon City Middle School Falcon Theater students Friday and Saturday.