Gothic Macabre

Those campfire stories of yesteryear are about to look like child's play in light of Rawlins Gilliland's Happy Murder Stories. The unofficial Dallas Poet in Residence channels Edgar Allen Poe as he regales a packed house at the Kessler Theatre (1230 W. Davis St.) with the all-too-true stories of his brushes with death, or, perhaps, something worse. Fresh off the heels of his wildly popular “Rated [R]awlins” storytelling show, and just in time for Halloween, Gilliland promises an evening that will keep you on the egde of your seat. Limited tickets remain. Available at prekindle.com.
Sat., Oct. 18, 8 p.m., 2014
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