Tuesday, October 02, 2012

The Murder of Edgar Allan Poe

Harry Clarke: The Mystery of Marie Rogêt
Harry Clarke: The Mystery of Marie Rogêt

Public Performance Permission

For any public performance of this monologue, you need a written permission from the author. Please contact Patrick Bernauw. More information on Performing Rights Theatre Plays here.

A Monologue by Mary Cecilia Rogers

This ghost story monologue raises the question if Edgar Allan Poe was not only a brilliant author, but also a demonic killer, who wrote The Mystery of Marie Rogêt to boast about a crime he committed… In his final hour, the ghost of Mary Cecilia Rogers appears before him, becoming the Raven - as in his famous poem.

Full Monologue Here!

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