A Night of Nefarious Narration

Enter if you dare and pull up a chair. Gather around the caldron for a literary scare!

Local literary artists and actors present spine tingling storytelling, poetry readings, and terrorizing theatrical performances of tales at A Night of Nefarious Narration on Thursday, October 2 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at artspace.

Area artists, poets and performers are Carlos Colon, Ashley Havird, Katie Bickham, Loretta Wilson Casteen, Jim McLain, Mimi Rankin Webb, Kathryn Usher, Nadine Charity, and more. Caddo Parish Poet Laureate, Carlos Colon, hosts the night of frightful festivities. “People should come to this event to experience the incredible talent of our local writers,” said Colon. “They can share in the suspense, drama, and occasional laughter of the unfolding of the Unknown.”

The artists will perform original literary works and classic favorites with themes of Voodoo, murder, snakes, ghosts, apparitions, vampires and other terrors that go bump in the night.

Hold on to your broomsticks! Moonbot Studios debuts its original short films THE RAVEN and CASK OF AMONTILLADO.

Nibble from the buffet of petrifying proportions and sip potions from the Cash Bar. Admission is free for Nefarious Narration and viewing of Library Macabre: A Vision of Literary Fright and Spectrum.

A Night of Nefarious Narration is in a program of the artspace exhibition Library Macabre: A Vision of Literary Fright, a multi-faceted, three-dimensional horror exhibition featuring the works of local artists and curated and co-created by Drew Edward Hunter a.k.a. Dr. Blood. The exhibition portrays classic and modern literary tales: “Interview with the Vampire”, “Phantom of the Opera”, “Case of Charles Dexter Ward”, “Mask of the Red Death”, “Dracula”, “Cask of Amontillado”, “It”, and “The Picture of Dorian Gray”.

In Drew Edward Hunter’s solo exhibition, Spectrum, Hunter explores many forms of expression in a way that offers viewers a full spectrum of color, design, storytelling, time and imagination.

Library Macabre: A Vision of Literary Fright and Spectrum are open now through October 31, 2014 in Mainspace and Coolspace.

Cash Bar and Sinisterly Salty Snacks!
Open to the Public, Must have ID to drink.

RSVP on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/events/366283730190689/

More info to come!