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PLAGUE TALES - Streaming Halloween Weekend

Phantasmagoria returns to Baltimore with their unique brand of horror storytelling.

This time it's virtual.

Baltimore, MD - October 21, 2020

Called “One of the most unique theater troupes in the country.” by Good Day Atlanta, and direct from its ongoing sold out performances in multiple cities and states and 6 months of online streaming performances, Victorian Horror Troupe Phantasmagoria is proud to bring the eleventh main stage installment of their long running critically acclaimed series, to the 2020 Halloween Season in their first ever Virtual Tour!

Phantasmagoria's PLAGUE TALES thunders onto the virtual stage with 5 newly told Tales of Terror! Haunted Storytelling, “Phantastical” dance, explosive stage combat, puppetry, projections, Fire Dancing, Aerial arts and much, MUCH more combine to create a tapestry of elegant and whimsically macabre horror!

Join Phantasmagoria’s evocative troupe of storytellers, dancers, and chorus as they embark on their all new dark journeys through literary tales of terror, horrific folk stories, legends, and myths. From Edgar Allan Poe to Robert Louis Stevenson, to a mythical Plague Maiden and more this show is sure to set the tone for a truly Phantasmagorical Halloween season!

Phantasmagoria previously appeared at Theatre Project in spring 2016 with Wicked Little Tales, and in summer 2017 with Wickedest Tales of All.

NOTE: Elements of horror – Recommended for ages 8 and up.

By Phantasmagoria
Streaming on-line October 30 - November 1

Viewing Information:

Upon registration you will receive a link and access code to view the show.

Video access begins at 12am on October 30th and ends at noon on November 2nd.

Tickets are $22. One registration per device.

**5% of ticket proceeds will go to benefit Jubilee Arts, a community program providing arts classes to the residents of the Sandtown-Winchester, Upton, and surrounding neighborhoods in Baltimore.**

Box Office: 410-752-8558

Ticket Link:

Press Contact

Chris Pfingsten
Producing Director
Theatre Project

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About Phantasmagoria

With its own unique and spectacular blend of storytelling, dance, physical ensemble work, large scale puppetry, aerial work, fire performance and stage combat, Phantasmagoria has been wowing critics and audiences alike since its premier 10 years ago.

Created and envisioned by writer/director John DiDonna in collaboration with diverse creatives, cast, crew and designers, Phantasmagoria’s main stage and touring productions offer “newly told” stories taken from century’s old literature of horror and the macabre, folklore, and legend, while their appearances and special events (which number in the 100’s each year) charm with a professional variety of circus, sideshow and theatrical flair!

Whether staring into the darkness of “The Raven” by Poe, tricking the hilariously cannibalistic “Captain Murderer” of Dickens, watching the eternal battle of father and son play out in “Frankenstein” or battling the hideous creatures of mythology, folklore and fiction, the troupe entrances and immerses its audience into stories that come fully alive.

As the events of 2020 have moved forward, Phantasmagoria has embraced the Virtual world, performing episodes live each Sunday night on “The Living Book of Face” as well as performances and appearances on multiple other platforms. Their Fall Mainstage tour Phantasmagoria XI “Plague Tales” is making its Virtual Tour through varying states this October.

Phantasmagoria looks forward to ongoing performances, Special Events and Appearances throughout 2020 and well into the future – whether live or virtual/streaming.

"Phantasmagoria is visually addictive. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it … bloody good fun.” – Mark Beachy, MD Theatre Guide

“They were spectacular to state the least . . . I could and would go back to see them again and again.” – Nightmare News

“Something wicked this way comes in the form of “Phantasmagoria” – Orlando Sentinel

Twitter/Instagram: @phantasorlando

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