Tuesday, November 1, 2011

More Delirium coverage! This time our Kimberly Marie Freeman was interviewed in - "The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe" to Benefit Poe House and Museum 

Here is an excerpt from the article:

Freeman also spoke of Bedlam Ensemble taking a stand and doing what they could to preserve the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum. "At Bedlam Ensemble, we felt it was important to try and make a stand and help preserve the Poe House as best we can," Freeman said. "As an ensemble based theatre company, every member of Bedlam contributed towards the proposal to donate all profits to the Poe House and all members were keen to do something to make a difference. As actors and dancers, it made the most sense to use our talent and Poe's own words combined to try and save the Poe House.

 Friday, October 7, 2011


Check out our very own Kimberly Marie Freeman, interviewed by Chris Kaltenbach in the Baltimore Sun!!

Here is an excerpt from the article: 

"Freeman, artistic director for New York-based Bedlam Ensemble, a performance group putting on several shows in Manhattan this month and next to raise money for the beleaguered museum. "I find it hard to believe there's not enough support for the Poe House to keep it open."

The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe was also featured on Brown Paper Tickets' Brown Paper Blog in a post titled "Remembering Edgar Allan Poe". Tickets for the show are also on sale on the site.

Please help support our upcoming show, The Delirium of Edgar Allan Poe.

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