Did you know that “Dante’s Inferno” from the 14th century is an exciting horror story and still relevant? Author Kristin Flood launched a retelling of the classic, in rhyme, in May. The book is a contribution to this year’s 700th anniversary of the death of the Italian poet Dante Alighieri. The performance tonight is based on the book and saxophonist Rolf-Erik Nystrøm’s music. For Horror Festival in 2013, he wrote music for the world’s first full-length feature film, the Italian silent film Inferno. Tonight, Flood and Nystrøm collaborate on stage together with Munor and book and music hand in hand. Dante is equated with Shakespeare and Goethe. The main work The Divine Comedy is a journey through the realm of the dead with Inferno as the first part.