(c) Franziska Klemp, (c) Barbara Aumüller

Grand horror with a small ensemble and masterful voices – that’s the world premiere of the live radio play production “The Dunwich Horror” by Patrik Bishay. Published in 1929, it is one of the best-known works by classic American horror writer H. P. Lovecraft, a pioneer of 20th-century fantastic scary stories. Patrik Bishay has now transformed it into a “symphonic radio play” with three narrators and a piano quartet in a compelling full-length piece that fully captivates its listeners. The musical translation and reflection of the story’s dark and threatening underlying atmosphere and the strangeness of Lovecraft’s fantasy world is extraordinarily gripping.

A contribution to the Sommerbau program by the Office for Cultural Management Offenbach.

Duration: 180 Min. break included
Language: German

Admission until 15 min. before the show starts.

Price per seat. You can book complete lodges with two seats or single and double seats in the stalls.

Admission is only possible with proof of negative Corona status (tested, vaccinated or recovered). Results of a test may not be more than 24 hours old at this event.

Your contact details (name, address, telephone number and e-mail address) will be recorded on location before the event in order to follow-up in case of a COVID-19 infection.
No entry without a medical mouth-nose covering! Wearing a mouth-nose covering is mandatory at all times, except at your own seat. Disinfect your hands when entering the building or grounds.
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