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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Vampire's Ball

What a super cool way to spend Halloween! This definitely falls on the side of a "nice" Halloween night, but very cool.

Synetic Theater dives deep into the dark corners of the human psyche with a strikingly fresh adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic dark tale The Fall of the House of Usher. Helen Hayes award-winning director Paata Tsikurishvili’s bold vision and the glorious physicality and acting of Synetic’s ensemble bring this ultimate psychological thriller to horrifying life.

And on Halloween Night, the performance is followed by a Vampire's Ball. Patrons will have a chance to mingle with the hauntingly talented actors and staff of Synetic Theatre, with wine and food, for a festive yet elegant evening to remember. Come in costume; prizes will be given for the most creative outfits

Tickets for the special performance and Vampire's Ball are $45. Regular show prices are $35. The Rosslyn Spectrum is located at 1611 N. Kent Street. Free parking is available, or it's just a short walk from the Rosslyn Metro.

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