As many of you already know, poet Edgar Lee Masters, was a former Chelsea Hotel resident. His 1915 book, The Spoon River Anthology, is the story of the fictional town of Spoon River, and in it, the town’s residents are now dead and returning to tell their secrets and stories.The Green-Wood Historic Fund in association with Variations Theater Group is producing The Spoon River Project outside in Brooklyn’s grand Green-Wood Cemetery. The shows take place after-dark and deep in the heart of Green-Wood’s 478 acres. On Saturday’s there are two shows, the second is at midnight! Arrive at 11:30pm under the cloak of darkness for this special performance. And before it begins, you'll travel deep into the heart of Green-Wood for a tour of the Catacombs, an historic in-ground vault usually off-limits to the public. Buy tickets and learn more here!