Are you afraid of the mysterious forces that lurk in the night? Beware the dark side is all around us: day and night.
Now the scene is set and you are beckoned to attend a theatrical performance of Bram Stoker’s Dracula adapted by John Mattera , Dramatic Publishing,
The novel Dracula by Bram Stoker, was first published in 1897 and since then the character of Count Dracula has lived on in the imagination. In this adaptation, the mysterious Count Dracula has gone to England where he is living on a large estate next to an insane asylum run by the incredibly naive Dr. Seward. The others that make up the cast of this thriller include Professor Van Helsing who must convince Dr. Seward that Count Dracula is a vampire; Renfield, a fly-eating lunatic who serves the Count (once too often); beautiful Lucy Westenra, who has an uncanny resemblance to a girl Count Dracula loved over a hundred years ago; Charles, the Westenra family butler whose poor eyesight saves him from being hypnotized; as well as three female vampires! Dracula is an ancient monster who has come upon the modern world, and those who encounter him must somehow find the courage to fight against him. But victory is not assured…
The Bartram Trail Drama Club will perform the show on October 22-24 (Thursday-Saturday), 2015 at Bartram Trail High School just in time for Halloween. Guests are invited to have fun with it and dress in Dracula theme and enjoy a Haunted Dracula Corridor, which will open an hour before the show begins.
Count Dracula demands punctuality, so don’t be late. Beware this performance is PG. Please feel free to dress in Dracula theme.
The Haunted Dracula Corridor will open its doors at 6pm. Dracula will
Tickets are $10/person and are on sale now.
St. Johns Magazine