TWO WEIRD TALES

Two tales poster
Community:Leslieville
Location:Red Sandcastle Theatre 922 Queen St E
Address:922 Queen Street East Toronto Map
Start date:May 25, 2022
End date:June 5, 2022
Time:07:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Email:adrianna@eldritchtheatre.ca

TWO WEIRD TALES!
Kafka’s Metamorphosis & Lovecraft’s At the Mountains of Madness

...what chitinous, oozing monstrosities await you here?!


"Outrageously fun, horrific good times" - Life With More Cowbell

Double the thrills, double the chills, a double bill full of nightmarish horror, low trash meets high art that fills you up on pulp! Two Weird Tales is a theatrical double bill adapting two of the 20th century’s most acclaimed novellas of the uncanny: Franz Kafka’s Metamorphosis and HP Lovecraft’s At The Mountains of Madness, with dark magic, hideous puppetry, and shambling, protoplasmic terrors. The Metamorphosis is Franz Kafka’s famous tale about a man who wakes up one morning to discover he’s transformed into a gigantic insect. Considered by many to be controversial author HP Lovecraft’s greatest work, At the Mountains of Madness chronicles a doomed Antarctic expedition's discovery of an ancient alien civilization rife with cosmic horrors sure to leave you screaming for more.

"Eldritch’s artistry in puppets and physical effects punches above its weight" - Toronto Star


Created & Performed by Eric Woolfe
Directed by Mairi Babb

Metamorphosis Designed by Lindsay Anne Black
Mountains of Madness Designed by Melanie McNeill

Spooky Lights by Michael Brunet
Original Music by Michael McClennan
Apprehension Engine played by Mark Korven

Stage Managed by Sandi Becker
Produced by Adrianna Prosser


May 25th to June 5th, 2022

At the creepily uncanny Red Sandcastle Theatre
922 Queen St E Toronto

$15 Arts Worker/$25 Advance/$35 Door/PWYC Sundays

7:00PM Doors/7:30 Showtime
3:00PM Doors/3:30 Showtime

2 hours, with 15 minutre intermission

https://eldritchtheatre.ca/twoweirdtales

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