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Red-Eye to HAVRE de GRACE

  As we gear up to welcome Lucidity Suitcase Intercontinental’s production of RED-EYE to HAVRE de GRACE, I have personally discovered some mind-blowing facts about Edgar Allan Poe and his relationship with Boston. The Master of the Macabre, Poe was a literary genius, and the pioneer of modern-day popular culture — and it all started on the streets we walk through every day. 1) EAP was born at 62 Carver Street (now Charles St. South)…

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Born in 1809 just a few blocks away from the Paramount Center at 2 Carver Street (now Charles St. South), Edgar Allan Poe made waves in 19th century society that transcended his time and place to influence popular culture for generations to come. He is commemorated for his work in various cities where he spent time from Baltimore to the Bronx to Philadelphia to Richmond. In his birthplace of Boston, however, there is next to nothing…

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  FILMS Edgar Allan Poe — 11 Poe Tales Hosted By Christopher Lee (2006) Hosted by renowned actor Christopher Lee, this collection of Poe horror stories is sure to bring to life the late poet’s macabre words. Edgar Allan Poe, who prized entertainment, horror, and imagination, would no doubt have been pleased with these intelligent, innovative dramatizations filled with grotesque and provocative images. Stories include The Fall of the House of Usher, The Oval Portrait,…

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