It seems that if you were a fan of the strange, the spooky, and even the macabre when you were young, that fascination probably never really left. From reading Edgar Allen Poe classics to binging horror and thrillers on Netflix, there’s something undeniably bewitching about creepy stuff. If you’re looking for a new way to experience the occult, then checking out the weekly live stream from Victorian horror troupe Phantasmagoria is a must!

Known for their spectacular storytelling that brings both classic and original tales to life through puppetry, dance, aerial work, fire performances, live music, and stage combat. Now, they’re bringing the show right to your living room with weekly live streams.

Every Sunday at 8 p.m. EST you can tune in on their Facebook page and catch the spooktacular performance on “The Living Book of Face” (Facebook live). It’s easy to suspend disbelief with a cast toting the title of “one of the most unique theatre troupes in the country.”

Right now, they will continue performances through the month of April as we all weather this exile together. They could even continue through May if the times call for it.

From poetry to fire dancing, you can get hyped for Halloween as early as you want with these thrilling thespians.

During Halloween last year, Phantasmagoria shook things up in their signature unique way and even performed on a train, which incorporated local Florida legends, as well as the great works of Charles Dickens and Edgar Allen Poe.

With troupes in Florida, Atlanta, and St. Louis, they are critically acclaimed across the country and have been sharing the magic and the macabre since 2010.

If you’re running out of horror series on Netflix or are pining for the days where you could go out and watch live stage performances, Phantasmagoria’s live stream performances are just as good! 

Phantasmagoria Live Streaming Performances

When: Sundays at 8 p.m.

Why You Need To Tune In: Shake things up spooky-style and get hyped for your favorite fall holiday with this horror troupe!

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