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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2 Shows this Halloween!

Captured Aural Phantasy Theater returns this Halloween season with two unique shows in Los Angeles!

 Join us at the historic Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Friday, October 11, at 6pm

Free with paid museum admission: nhm.org/natural-history-horror


One Show Only!

Tales from the Crypt LIVE on Saturday, October 26, at 8pm

at the NEW Bob Baker Marionette Theater!

Tickets HERE!

Celebrate Halloween with us!

Captured Aural Phantasy Theater is the only group in the world authorized to perform the titles from legendary publisher EC Comics, including its signature horror comic - Tales from the Crypt! The Bob Baker Marionette Theater on October 26 is the only place that you can see the original 50's terror tales come to life on stage along with multimedia projections, live sound effects, magic, live music and performances by the Bob Baker Marionettes!



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