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Dracula: The Failings of Men

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Ages 13+
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Charity / NOT For Profit
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Wheelchair Accessible, Snacks & Refreshments, Outdoor Event(s), Covered Wait Area, Touching Not Allowed, Free Parking
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London, 1897. A ghost ship washes ashore, and the father of all vampires begins his hunt. In this adaptation of the classic Bram Stoker novel, playwright Benedetto Robinson has crafted a story of monstrous proportions. Follow Lucy Westenra into her vampiric fever dream and John Seward as he comes to grip with new and mysterious symptoms among his patients. It's only with the help of Dr. Ada Van Helsing that Dracula might finally meet his match.

An original production from Havoc Movement Company, Dracula: The Failings of Men is a high-action and high-flying theatrical experience sinking its teeth into Mountainside Theatre every weekend this October.

Come and get enthralled by our circus inspired aerial elements and fights so bloody that our VIP package includes the option to sit up close in our blood splash zone–poncho included.
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  • Email Verified Good Play but Room for Improvement

    Overall good play but room for improvement Pros: *GREAT acting *good action scenes *clean theatre *good story line *theatre is beautiful *parking close to entrance *set an age suggestion (this play is really not appropriate for young kids; we had a kid about 5 yrs. old behind us and was complaining about not being able to see and was scared often & talked often...don't bring your littles) Cons: *first half is walking & standing-- you walk down a dark trail as you stop for scenes *no trail lighting so people had out their cell phones using them as flashlights--totally killed the spooky mood *major issue!!--along the walking trail, can't see the actors if your short cause tall people standing right in front of you *while on walking path--hard to hear if you're not in the very front *website said "walk with the cast" but my group thought it was a metaphor and didn't realize that we'd be walking & standing for almost an hour (it was difficult for our older people) *would like to have seen some more decorations to set the spooky mood--The Sleepy Hallow play was awesome w/the sets & ghouls, this play not so much We hope they continue doing plays this spooky time of year! It's a great evening out but next time please have seating for the play. Ultimately we recommend going, just be aware of the first half being a "walking tour for almost an hour."

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    Posted October 2021

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