Victoria Mansion would like to invite you to the 7th annual Tales of Terror!
Local storytellers bring haunting stories, laments, lore and legends to life in the Mansion's stair hall. The Mansion will be lit at gas-light levels, creating a
distinctly nineteenth century feel.
There are four performances:
Friday, October 18 at 6 & 8pm (for teens and adults).
Saturday, October 19 at 6pm (kids 10 & under) & 8pm (teens and adults).
On Friday night, join local storyteller Lynne Cullen in her 7th year at
Tales of Terror at Victoria Mansion as she performs The Judge's House by Bram Stoker and
Edgar Allen Poe's The Cask of Amontillado, and performs a haunting Irish lament on her concertina.
To learn more about Lynne, please visit her website HERE.
On Saturday night, join local actress Brittany Cook in her 2nd year at Tales of
Terror at Victoria Mansion as she performs original works on the hauntings of
New Orleans. At 6pm, the all-ages performance will introduce audiences to stories of ghosts, voodoo, and the gentleman pirate Jean Lafitte. At 8pm, teen and adult audiences are invited to hear even more tales of New Orleans hauntings, figures and legends.
To register for a seating, please click the appropriate link below, or call Director of Education and Visitor Services Lucinda Hannington at 207.772 4841 ext. 104.
Registration opens September 19, 2013.
Admission: Adults $22
Museum Members $15
17 & under $10
Friday, October 18
Saturday, October 19