The House of Weird Death is a cornerstone of American horror, a blood soaked night of theatre where each piece centers around a well known figure from gothic mythology. Whether it be the the hungry moan of the Wendigo, or the axe-weilding screech of Lizzie Borden, each story posses a scent for blood that is pure Americana.
Presented by Tympanic Theatre Company
The House of Weird Death Reviews
- Highly Recommended
- Somewhat Recommended
- Not Recommended
Chicago Reader - Somewhat Recommended
"...Saddled with choppy pacing and cluttered scenic design, three of the four horror stories in director Daniel Caffrey's two-hour Tympanic Theatre Company show range from serviceable to incomprehensible. But Caffrey's general raggedness actually serves the thrown-together aesthetic of the final offering, Rob Matsushita's ingeniously cheap, vile, puerile half hour of nearly pure id, The Lizzies."