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This show closed on November 2, 2019

About Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe? - The Cooping Theory 1969

"...This Poseidon Theater production has plenty of suspense." - New York Times

"Travel back in time...As Poe's spirit takes over, the party becomes a choose-your-own-adventure quest inside a 10-room labyrinth as the Poe Society members start to sink into madness" - New York Post

"Find yourself dropped into the middle of a soiree and Seance, courtesy of the Poe Society, to summon the dark spirit of the acclaimed author, whose curious demise figures into the production as it winds through a labyrinth venue" - Daily News

"(The) Cooping Theory 1969 is a delightful Halloween Midnight Movie of a show. The myriad of possible meanings wrapped up in such a tightly crafted aesthetic, elevate the show from mere homage to something spectacular…” - No Proscenium

Join us underground in Manhattan for a truly memorable night with the Edgar Allan Poe Society. You are invited to Join The Cocktail Party and Submit to the Seance in this multi-room immersive experience.

Halloween Night! - Limited Tickets available come dressed in your best Poe Themed Attire. Featuring a Costume Contest, Prizes and Drink Specials.

Dive deep into this living 1960's Cinematic Horror Movie Experience. The world and words of Edgar Allan Poe await you in this is one of a kind theatrical event.

60 Guests only a show.

Run Time

2hrs 10min

Start Date

End Date


This immersive experience is 21+ and requires valid ID for entry.

A sinisterly festive atmosphere awaits behind the door...a feast for the senses.
Culture Trip
(Director) Salazar creates images that seem to come out of nightmares.
In a place like this, it’s easy to believe in ghosts and to imagine yourself a member of a secret society.
On Stage Blog

RPM Underground

244 W 54th Street, New York, NY 10019

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