Overview

MURDERCASTLE is a bone-chilling tale of death, love, and intrigue set during the Chicago 1893 World’s Fair

Show Dates

—Friday, May 10, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Saturday, May 11, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Thursday, May 16, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Friday, May 17, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Saturday, May 18, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Thursday, May 23, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Friday, May 24, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse
—Saturday, May 25, 2013 @ The Autograph Playhouse

Credits

Created by

John DeCampos & Jared Margulies

Artistic Director & Writer

Jared Margulies

Director

Barbara Geary

Production Director

Aran Keating

Dramaturg

Kellie Mecleary

Stage Manager

Hannah Folger

Music Director

John DeCampos

Assistant Music Director

Zack Branch

Vocal Music Director

Erica Patoka

Music Written & Performed by

The Onslaught Orchestra

Choreography/Movement Director

Lily Susskind

Set Design

Joe Martin

Set Team Director

Garrett Bladow

Costume Team Director

Naomi Davidoff

Prop Design & Aquisition

Mark Miller & Anna Platis

Puppet Team Directors

Chuck Green & John Marra

Blood & Gore Special FX Director

Jen Tydings

Graphic Design

Shannon Light Hadley

“Now, breathe normally…”-H.H. Holmes

MURDERCASTLE is the latest feature-length original rock opera from the Baltimore Rock Opera Society. Set in Chicago’s 1893 World’s Fair, MURDERCASTLE recounts the disturbing tale of America’s first serial killer, H.H. Holmes – the empire he created, and the brutal fate of his victims.

With a musical score ranging from death metal to orchestral strings, transformative sets and large-scale articulated puppets, BROS will be venturing back in time for its biggest, darkest, most ambitious show to date!

MURDERCASTLE will be presented at the Autograph Playhouse, which is located at 9 West 25th Street, Baltimore, MD 21228. Click the map below for directions! (if the map isn’t loading refresh your browser window)


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 Design by Alex Fine, John DeCampos, Shannon Light Hadley