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Unveiling the Macabre Masterpiece: Dracula

Tuesday, 14 May 2024 Wyong Drama Group
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A Glimpse into History. "Dracula" first emerged from the quill of Bram Stoker in 1897, introducing readers to the enigmatic Count Dracula and his insatiable thirst for blood. Stoker's novel became an instant sensation, inspiring countless adaptations across various mediums. However, it was Hamilton Deane who brought the story to the stage in 1924, crafting a theatrical rendition that would endure through the ages.

The Unveiling of Terror.
Set against the backdrop of Victorian England, "Dracula" transports audiences into a world shrouded in darkness and mystery. From the eerie corridors of Transylvania to the gas-lit streets of London, the production immerses viewers in a realm where superstition clashes with science, and the line between the living and the undead blurs.

A Legacy of Fear.
Under the masterful direction of Jane Sackman, "Dracula" promises to deliver a spine-tingling experience like no other. Sackman's visionary approach breathes new life into Stoker's iconic characters, from the enigmatic Count himself to the fearless vampire hunter Professor Abraham Van Helsing.

The Allure of the Undead.
What is it about "Dracula" that continues to resonate with audiences over a century after its inception? Perhaps it is the timeless allure of the undead, or the primal fear of that which lurks in the shadows. Or maybe, beneath its macabre facade, "Dracula" serves as a reflection of humanity's deepest desires and darkest fears.

A Night to Remember.
As the curtains rise and the stage is set, brace yourselves for a theatrical journey unlike any other. Whether you're a seasoned aficionado of the macabre or a newcomer to the world of Dracula, this production promises to leave an indelible mark on your soul.

So mark your calendars and secure your tickets for an evening of spine-chilling suspense and Gothic grandeur.
"Dracula" awaits, beckoning you into the darkness with its hypnotic gaze.

Dracula, by Hamilton Deane & Bram Stoker Directed by Jane Sackman, will be showing at the Red Tree.
Produced by Wyong Drama Group.

Grab your crucifixes and garlic, dear readers, for the night is young, and the undead are stirring.

More details from the Event Listing on Coast Box Office. coastboxoffice.com/s/SYILVQCE2ADN

When Dr.
Van Helsing, a specialist in obscure maladies, discovers that beautiful Lucy Westenra is the victim of a vampire, suspicion falls on a mysterious neighbor, Count Dracula, and his frighteningly beautiful wives, who receive special emphasis.


Wyong Drama Group is presenting Dracula at Red Tree Theatre 1st to 9th November '24

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