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Sink your teeth into Dracula at The Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater.
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Sink your teeth into Dracula at The Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater.

Oct. 31-Nov. 4: Dracula
Who said Halloween is just for kids? You can enjoy ballet with a bite at The Kennedy Center, where The Washington Ballet is performing Michael Pink's Dracula through November 4th.

Oct. 31-Nov. 11: Cabaret Macabre
Silver Spring's Round House Theatre presents its 3rd annual Cabaret Macabre through November 11th. This comically sinister production by Happenstance Theater pays tribute to author and artist Edward Gorey. Gothic romance, eerie accompaniment and a playful sense of wit bring Gorey's ghoulish illustrations to life in this Victorian vaudeville.

Oct. 31-Nov. 25: The Completely Fictional--Utterly True--Final Strange Tale of Edgar Allan Poe
You can head to Baltimore's Center Stage through November 25th for a performance of The Completely Fictional--Utterly True--Final Strange Tale of Edgar Allen Poe. The play is part of The Big Read, a month-long series of events that focus on the life and work of the American author and poet.

Music: "Halloween (Instrumental)" by Dr. Dre

 

 

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