Show Dates: Friday, Saturday, Sunday August, 18,19,20 – 7pm
A new adaptation written by the Artistic Director of World Under Wonder, Sean Edward Roberts, based on the Book by Bram Stoker. With this interpretation, the correspondents of the book come to life to tell the story of the beast that is Dracula. The character’s costumes and makeup will be inspired by this theme.
Many different theatrical effects will be implemented in this show to make it immersive and exciting for the audience, including haze machines, confetti blowers, and fire extinguishers filled with blood. A section of seats are called the Blood Bath Seats, where people will be offered ponchos to protect themselves from the sprays of blood from the stage. Audience members for an hour before the show can enjoy vegan vampiric Gothic cupcakes, a vampire costume contest, and a silent Gothic art gallery auction. Stay after the show to take photos with the cast among the set for a small fee.
The performance will take place on August 18th, 19th, and 20th on the Claremont Opera House Stage at 7pm. Audience members will come up onto the stage and sit around the revolving set that was put together specifically for this show. There are only 70 seats available per performance so please find us on Facebook and buy tickets through our Eventbrite event to confirm your place at a show. World Under Wonder will have this show entered into the New Hampshire Theatre Awards, potentially acquiring state recognition for the hard work that the Director, Cast, Crew, and volunteers have put into this work. We will also be traveling the production of Dracula to Main Street Arts in Saxtons River Vermont on the 25th of August, which adds another level of excitement for our cast and crew involved in the show while giving new towns the opportunity to come and see our performance.
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Sean Edward Roberts