Before modern sci-fi appeared, there was a brief period in which horror, mysticism and science blurred together in fiction. The greatest writer of this chimeric genre was H.P. Lovecraft, a prolific short story writer from the early 20th century. For the last seven years, Radiotheatre has performed adaptations of Lovecraft’s work live onstage, in the style of a radio drama. They return this month with their Seventh Annual H.P. Lovecraft Festival — whose seven adaptations include some of his most famous stories, like “Reanimator” and “The Call of Cthulhu” — showing how Lovecraft’s singular style holds up in the 21st century. Continue reading at ChelseaNow.com.
- RT @ChelseaNowNYC: Some of tomorrow's hottest toys are familiar friends from yesterday. @charlesbattersb reports from the Javits Center: ht… 4 hours ago
- @jewdeathclaw117 @shoddycast We have a video of me hittin' dat on the Shoddycast Twitch right now. 1 day ago
- @USAMilitaryUSA "No! MY views on gun control are right!" 1 day ago
- In the DVD commentary for this movie, Bruce ridiculed the cat for its slow reflexes. twitter.com/historylvrsclu… 2 days ago
- At least one of them is wearing a pink shirt. #babysteps twitter.com/PanelsFullOfMe… 2 days ago