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"This play is not a play. It's a creature. It breathes. It sighs. It cries. It is wounded and it tries to heal. It lives, and then it dies. It starts off pretending to be human. There is more text at the top than anywhere else. We have props. Costumes. Moving parts. The play normalizes. But as we go on, its inner life bleeds out of the text and the traditional play "structure" and it seeps into the space, the set, the vixens, the audience. And it becomes less human. Less real. More visceral and primal. It can only normalize for so long. And it can only hold together the strings of its "structure" for so long, until they too fray and bleed and decay and we are left with a room full of humans watching 3 humans have to peel themselves off the floor and try to escape this creature world they've been sucked into. They creature world is Dracula's world, but it is also the play. The experience. I don't want audiences to come to see this play and understand it. I don't want them to see and hear and watch elements they are used to. Because this piece is not something anyone is "used to". It's a creature. I want the audience to feel it. To hear Jonathan's cries or Dracula's screams and let their brains fill in any and every possible reason why they're screaming. I want them to wonder." - Sarah Leach, Dracula
Featuring Season 4 Ensemble Members: Paige Barry, Ottavia De Luca, Kerry Giorgi, Rico Lanni, Siobhan LaPorte-Cauely, Sarah Leach, Katie O'Rourke, Christine Pavao, Michael Puppi, Erika Rethorn, David Sackal, Marc Tiberiis, Stephanie Traversa, Lauren Ustaszewski, with a special appearance by Neoki Feytal.
Original Adaptation by Kira Hawkridge & David Nando Rodgers