Icebox Radio Theater of International Falls is proud to present the classic Edgar Allen Poe story, “The Fall of the House of Usher,” on Sunday, April 14 at 3 p.m. at the Bryant Lake Bowl in Minneapolis.
This production is an original adaptation of the classic tale of terror, with script by IBRT artistic director Jeffrey Adams.
The production also will feature “Spectacle Sound Effects,” a theatrical take on the radio theatre staple that will feature actual rock slides, spooky sounds from a disassembled piano, and the shrieking metal of a rusted tomb door.
In addition to “Usher,” the IBRT will offer a dramatic reading of Poe’s “The Raven,” accompanied by disassembled piano, and a third radio piece entitled “Ice Lair of the Elder God,” which tells the tale of Lovecraftian monsters on Rainy Lake.
This will be the first time in more than a decade that the IBRT has performed in the Twin Cities.
Their last visit was at CONvergence, an annual science fiction convention, in 2008.
All seats cost $10, with tickets available at bryantlakebowl.com or fee free at 1-612-825-8949.
Visit Iceboxradio.org for more information.