One of the original masters of dread will be making a ghastly appearance from beyond the grave when the Frazier Museum’s excellent team of historical interpreters brings the work of Edgar Allen Poe to life. The performance features the top notch actors of the Frazier performing six works by Poe. Of course you get a spine-tingling rendition of “The Raven,” but you’ll also be treated to some of the Poe(t)’s lesser know works like “Spirits of the Dead.” The evening includes folk music of the period by the Tamerlane Trio, as well as entrance to the museum before the show, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. If you are worried you might have a fainting spell due to the relentless terror, cookies and a cash bar will be there to revive you.
Through Nov. 4Frazier History Museum
7:30 p.m. | $18