Wednesday-Sunday, October 20- 31
Times: Phantoms and Fire runs 5:00 - 8:30 pm
Cost: $20 for adults and $12 for youth | Purchase early and SAVE 10-20 percent! See below for detailsGet Tickets
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Explore the museum after hours where you will find spooky delights, from bats and bonfires to cauldrons and candy, and from ghosts to spooky drama! Take your entire family, as there is something for every age around every corner. Pre-registration is required; purchase tickets below.
The Fantastic Terrors of Edgar Allan Poe
“Believe nothing you hear, and only one half that you see.” –Edgar Allan Poe
The short stories and poems of Edgar Allan Poe come alive at Coggeshall Farm, as told by the characters who have just witnessed them occur. At six different locations throughout the museum, tales of horror, revenge, obsession, and deception will be repeated in pulsating rhythm…like the beat of a heart.
Written & directed by PJ Griffith for Coggeshall Farm & Old Sturbridge Village
Gather clues throughout the grounds and present them on your way out for a bag of treats. Fun for kids of all ages! Please feel free to wear your costume!
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Through September 30 | Tickets Open to the Public at Early-Bird Pricing!
Non-member Adult: $18
Non-member Youth (4-17): $10.80
Member Adult: $16
Member Youth (4-17): $9.60
October 1-31 | All Tickets Full Price
Youth (4-17): $12
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The faces bringing the terrors of Edgar Allan Poe to life!
Jade Genga (Annabel)
Jade is a professional performer and voice-over artist currently based in New England. Select regional theatre and touring credits include: How to Be a Widow (Ivoryton Playhouse), Cabaret (Ivoryton Playhouse), Fairy Tale Farm (PJ Griffith, dir.), PBS Kids’ The Odd Squad Live! the National Tour, It’s A Wonderful Life, Anything Goes, and My Fair Lady. Recent New York credits include originating roles in several new works at Tristan J. Shuler’s A Night of Play, Blood & Water (Kraine Theatre), I Could Never Love Anyone (KPC), Connections (Doug Hall, dir.), Your Name On My
Lips (Theatre For The New City), Marilyn Exposed, and Diary: A One Act Play. She is a proud alumnus of The University of Mississippi. www.jadegenga.com
Patrick Hamilton (William)
Patrick is a writer, actor, and photographer who lives in New York City. Four of his plays have reached the stage and he is currently working on his first feature. His latest play, The Box- which he is also directing- will debut in New York City in December. Since he was little, he has loved Edgar Allan Poe’s work so he is absolutely thrilled to be working on this project.
Alexis Aker (Psyche)
Alexis hails from the warm state of Florida and is a graduate of the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University. Favorite credits include Mame, Guys and Dolls (Light Opera Works), Amber in Hairspray, Mary-Jane in Big River (Timber Lake Playhouse), Spamalot, Beauty and the Beast (Brightside Theatre).
Nolan Donato (Tristan)
Nolan is very excited to be a part of this show. He currently studies theatre at Providence College. Over the past three years, he has played Nigel in Something Rotten, Jack in Newsies, and Thomas Gray in Nat Turner in Jerusalem. This is Nolan’s first professional production, and he is very grateful to be working on this project.
Magner Peruto (Evangeline)
Magner fell in love with the stage early on and has performed in community, regional and professional theaters. Favorite roles have been Maggie in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Hattie in Laundry and Bourbon, Cleante in Tartuffe and Felicity in The Shadow Box. Raised by city folk she came to adore nature much further along in life. After a hiatus from acting, she returns to the boards (er, um, the dirt) with an almost fiendish desire to frighten and delight the audience with her craft.
P.J. Griffith (Writer and Director)
P.J. Griffith is a writer/director/performer based out of New York City with an extensive background in theater, television and museum programming, working on both sides of the proverbial camera. As the Artistic Director of Clockjack Productions, he has focused on the creation of innovative, site-specific, immersive theatrical experiences.