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“Never More”

The Mysteries and Wonder of Edgar Allen Poe

 Spotlight The Arts Foundation presents

dramatic readings of Edgar Allan Poe’s works

 Saturday, November 2nd at 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Stage at The Commons at Calabasas, CA - Spotlight The Arts Foundation presents dramatic readings of Edgar Allen Poe at a spooky ticket-free event for adults who will thrill to the shriek of The Raven and The Tell-Tale Heart. 


Conjuring Halloween on November 2nd, the moaning and groaning of The Bells lures onlookers to the howls of a drunken nobleman who meets a dismal fate in The Cask of Amontillado ... are you brave enough to be there? 


Get ready to rehearse your screams as actors Bradley Bobbs, Marcie Goldwater, Trina Marguerite, Diane LeMoine, and Steve B. Green bring the works of America’s master of mystery to life with recitations of Annabel Lee, Lenore, Eldorado, Alone, and Dreams.


Director, actor, and producer Joel Asher, whose past accolades include Artistic Director of the Arena Fair Summer Theatre, The New Hampshire Shakespeare Festival, and Los Angeles Shakespeare Company, directs these spine-chilling, terror-filled stories.


The guest of honor will be Poe aficionado and Calabasas City Councilman James R. Bozajian, who will be introducing the history of these intriguing literary works. 


This special complimentary one-night only event takes place: 

Saturday, November 2nd at 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

The Stage, Next to Marmalade Cafe at

The Commons at Calabasas

4783 Commons Way

Calabasas, CA 91302


Free admission!

Event Location Information:

The Commons at Calabasas, a destination mall, with boutique-style restaurants, movie theater, and shopping destination. There is ample outdoor complimentary parking.



Spotlight The Arts would like to express their sincere gratitude to Caruso Management Ltd for providing a stage for the arts, their commitment to the community, and their positive social impact in Calabasas.

Printed materials courtesy of Souza and Associates, Inc.


 Artwork designed by blsingleton

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