One actor plus two short horror stories equals Poe, Times Two, a double-bill of one-man plays adapted from two classic tales by the American Godfather of gothic horror, Edgar Allan Poe.
'The Cask of Amontillado'
Montresor, a slighted Venetian nobleman, narrates a tale of revenge involving his friend, Fortunato, against whom he has carried a grudge for an offense that is never fully explained.
'The Black Cat'
Poe's masterful journey of one man's descent into madness in which, Alfred, a condemned man, speaks from his prison cell on the night before he is to be executed for the brutal murder of his wife.