What is Captured Aural Phantasy Theater?

CAPTURED AURAL PHANTASY THEATER combines the art and drama of a vintage radio program with the live entertainment of a Vaudeville show. Conjuring the Golden and Silver Ages of comics, tales teeming with romance, horror, and science-fiction are performed in the style of a live radio drama. The readings are accompanied by musical and visual interludes in a multi-media cabaret style performance. Marvel to actors as they bring retro stories to life while you watch projections of original art, listen to live sound effects, swoon to sultry singing, take home fabulous door prizes, and thrill to many more live-action surprises! The talent never ends in a full evening of entertainment with Captured Aural Phantasy Theater!

 

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Wednesday
Aug092017

Halloween 2017: TALES FROM THE CRYPT THEATER OF MYSTERY

A New Show at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater

TALES FROM THE CRYPT THEATER OF MYSTERY

LIVE October 28 & 29

at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater

Tickets on Sale SOON!

Geeks! Nerds! Halloween Buffs! Anyone!

This is your kind of night.

Join Captured Aural Phantasy Theater  and the Bob Baker Marionette Theater this Halloween for the Tales from the Crypt Theater of Mystery, an evening of underworld treats that combines multi-media performances of vintage horror comics and the sweet seductions of the legendary, historic Bob Baker marionettes. The night includes live music, macbre magic acts and entertainment to make you fall in love with autumn's ultimate holiday.

2 NIGHTS ONLY!

Doors Open at 7:30pm  Show Starts at 8:00pm

The show is open to all. Candy and refreshments will be available, even the adult kind. Part of the proceeds go to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, as it builds plans for its future in Los Angeles.

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