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Upcoming Projects

Transylvania or The Weekend After Dracula Died

The best monsters find a way to live forever...even after they're dead...

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A staged reading in the Rogue Theater Festival 

Inspired by Dracula by Bram Stoker

Written by Patricia Lynn

Directed by Jacob Titus

Tuesday June 4th at 7:00PM

at The Pete in The Flea 

20 Thomas Street, NYC, NY 10007

Tickets are $15.00 and go on sale on May 13th.

Click here to learn more about the festival offerings.

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CAST

JOHN: Patrick T. Horn

MINA: Lynnsey Ooten*

CREATIVE TEAM

REHEARSAL STAGE MANAGER: Heather Olmstead*

SOUND DESIGNER: Randall Benichak

* AEA member. Transylvania is an AEA-approved showcase code production.

 

SYNOPSIS

Jonathan Harker is terrified. He and his beloved partner Mina were the only two people present when Count Dracula died, and now they have symptoms—disturbing symptoms that don’t seem possible since neither of them were bitten. Desperately, John revisits the diary he kept while he was trapped in Dracula’s castle in Transylvania a few months earlier, hoping that the passages will provide more information about the infamous monster. But as John relives his most traumatic memories, he realizes that maybe they’re not so traumatic. Maybe they’re empowering, enlightening; maybe Count Dracula isn't as bad as everyone thinks he is...

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