In this thrilling new adaptation that bounces between horror and humor, from Transylvania to England and then back again, playwright Kate Hamill boldly reimagines Bram
In this thrilling new adaptation that bounces between horror and humor, from Transylvania to England and then back again, playwright Kate Hamill boldly reimagines Bram Stoker’s classic tale of vampires and finds new monsters just beneath the skin. The gothic tropes of villains who wear evil on their sleeve and damsels in distress are replaced by all-too-human monsters and ferocious women who stab at the heart of the patriarchy itself. When your survival is at stake, will you be able to distinguish a monster from a man?
Firth J Chew Studio Theatre
NOW PLAYING – OCTOBER 29
Wed Oct 18 – 7:30
Thu Oct 19 – 7:30
Limited availability all performances. Call the Box Office two hours prior to showtimes for availability.
PLEASE NOTE downtown stadium activity: Oct 18 4PM and Oct 19 7PM. No other performances occur simultaneously with downtown stadium activity.
Written by Kate Hamill
Based on the 1897 novel by Bram Stoker
Directed by Chelsea DuVall
With Shakyla Garcia Davidson, Amanda Hampton, Mitch Heid, Nicholas Roy Morgan III, Nicole Ostlie, Bridget Pretz, Kaylie Scott, Dawn Taylor-Reinhardt, and Ethan Williams
TICKET PRICES (inclusive of fees)
Students (6-25): $15
RATED PG for mature language, themes and references
(Saturday) 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm