- Thursday October 31, 2013
- 6:30pm - 11:00pm
- Powel Crosley Estate
- Roberta Montelone
- Group Hosting:
- Crosley Supper Club
- Group Benefiting:
- Powel Crosley Estate Foundation
- Roberta Montelione
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- Ticket Price:
- $75 reservations; $100 at door
On Halloween night, the Crosley Estate will allow you to enter another space and time. Find yourself in the midst of the House of Usher, as told by Edgar Allan Poe. You are invited to be a character amongst the theatrical performers, Roderick and Madeline, as they guide you through Poe's sinister story and then onto night time festivities and dancing.. What darkness surrounds the House of Usher, you may ask? Take the old staircase upstairs; discover the answer, room by room and confront your own fears and phobias. Let the tarot cards guide you and seek the truth that is shrouded by darkness. As the story unfolds, the Ushers invite you to enjoy a grand buffet and heart stopping music that will make you dance into the night. Costumes are welcome. Feel free to draw your inspiration from this sinister Gothic tale Complimentary Dinner, Drinks (Beer, Wine), Entertainment, Music. Reserve now as space is very limited. 21+
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