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Dracula

Adapted from the novel by Bram Stoker
  • Shaan Sharma & Zora Vredeveld
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Libby Zabit & Joe Carleton
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Michael Vine & Zora Vredeveld
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Sarah Van Deusen & Emily Grove
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Libby Zabit & Shaan Sharma
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Shaan Sharma
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Emily Grove & Joe Carleton
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Shaan Sharma & Sarah Van Deusen
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Michael Vine, Libby Zabit, Joe Carleton, & Emily Grove
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

  • Joe Carleton & Zora Vredeveld
    Photos courtesy of Barter Theatre

Synopsis

The vampire Dracula flees Transylvania for London, where the teeming population provides ample fodder for his blood-thirst. Only Agatha Van Helsing, the world famous metaphysician, has a hope of stopping the Prince of the Undead. Can Van Helsing save the day? Or will her heroic efforts merely render her the next victim to Dracula’s deadly bite? A fresh new take on a timeless horror classic.

Cast

Count Dracula a vampire
Dorina a young Transylvanian woman, Dracula’s victim
Stefan Dorina's lover, another victim
Zora Barbu Dorina’s sister
Gustaf Zora’s husband; ann innkeeper in Bisritz
Jonathon Harker a solicitor from London
Dr. Jack Seward friend of Harker, runs a lunatic asylum near London
Mina Seward Jack’s sister, engaged to Harker
Lucy Weston Mina’s best friend
Renfield one of Seward’s patients, eats flies
Agatha Van Helsing expert on diseases, Seward’s former professor
Guard an attendant in the Asylum
Woman #1 a vampire
Woman #2 a vampire

Specs

Cast Size: 7 (3m, 4w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 75m
Number of Acts: One
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Production History

Dracula was first produced in 2007 by Northeast State Community College Drama Dept., Elizabeth McKnight Sloan, Chair. This version of the play was two acts.

Dracula was produced by Barter Theatre (Barter at the Moonlite) in the fall of 2020. This version, a 75-minute one-act, is the version available here.


Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor
Dorina/Mina
Stefan/Gustaf/Jack Seward
Woman #2/Van Helsing
Zora/Lucy
Woman #1/Renfield
Jonathon/Guard

Cast Size: 7 (3m, 4w) with doubling
Approximate Run Time: 75m
Number of Acts: One
Script Sample
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Synopsis

The vampire Dracula flees Transylvania for London, where the teeming population provides ample fodder for his blood-thirst. Only Agatha Van Helsing, the world famous metaphysician, has a hope of stopping the Prince of the Undead. Can Van Helsing save the day? Or will her heroic efforts merely render her the next victim to Dracula’s deadly bite? A fresh new take on a timeless horror classic.

Cast

Count Dracula
a vampire
Dorina
a young Transylvanian woman, Dracula’s victim
Stefan
Dorina's lover, another victim
Zora Barbu
Dorina’s sister
Gustaf
Zora’s husband; ann innkeeper in Bisritz
Jonathon Harker
a solicitor from London
Dr. Jack Seward
friend of Harker, runs a lunatic asylum near London
Mina Seward
Jack’s sister, engaged to Harker
Lucy Weston
Mina’s best friend
Renfield
one of Seward’s patients, eats flies
Agatha Van Helsing
expert on diseases, Seward’s former professor
Guard
an attendant in the Asylum
Woman #1
a vampire
Woman #2
a vampire
Casting Notes:
The following roles are to be played by the same actor
Dorina/Mina
Stefan/Gustaf/Jack Seward
Woman #2/Van Helsing
Zora/Lucy
Woman #1/Renfield
Jonathon/Guard


Production History

Dracula was first produced in 2007 by Northeast State Community College Drama Dept., Elizabeth McKnight Sloan, Chair. This version of the play was two acts.

Dracula was produced by Barter Theatre (Barter at the Moonlite) in the fall of 2020. This version, a 75-minute one-act, is the version available here.

Script Sample
Request Rights