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Grover Allan Poe

I've updated the Philly Poe Events to include Grover Silcox's shows this month.  Grover was the hilarious emcee for the Great Poe Debate we had at the Free Library of Philadelphia last January (if you missed that one you can head to Boston on Dec 17 where I'll again be taking on all comers, alas, without Grover).  Grover has for years done shows about Poe.  I'm hoping to make it to the Mutter Museum on Oct 30.   

Oct 23

The Tell-Tale Heart with Grover Silcox at the FONTHILL MUSEUM  in Doylestown, PA.  Come and tour the Henry Mercer castle and enjoy an eeire night tour.  You'll learn about Mr. Mercer's interest in literature, especially, the works of Edgar Allan Poe.  The program concludes with a dramatic telling of Poe's THE TELL-TALE HEART by popular actor, Grover Silcox. Friday, October 23 at 6:30-7:30PM $15/$12  BCHS members.  Registration and prepayment required. To register, call 215-348-9461  Ext. 10 More info

Oct 30

Edgar and the Poe Boys: Closing Night at the Philadelphia College of Physicians, home of the Mutter Museum.  Starring Harry Anderson of NBC's "Night Court" fame and Philly's own, Grover Silcox for a night of POE's Poems, Tales and things Poe might've enjoyed watching himself.  Friday October 30 7-10 PM.  For information and reservations, contact the College of Physicians of Philadelphia at: 19 S 22ND St  Philadelphia, PA 19103-3001, (215) 563-3103 More info

Oct 31

Edgar Allan Poe and the Flip Side of Comedy with Grover Silcox at Karen Ann's Tea Room in Warminster, PA 1535 W. Street Road (215) 773-9300  Saturday, Oct. 31 Call or email for reservations. More info

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