Dracula - A Live Radio Play by Phillip Grecian October 23-25
It is 1888 and, in Whitby, England, Lucy Westenra has fallen ill. Her fiancée, Jack Seward has brought her to his sanitarium and called in a battery of physicians, but her condition worsens. Desperate, Jack sends for Van Helsing, a specialist in obscure diseases. Van Helsing's visit coincides with that of Jonathan Harker and his wife, Mina, who had been Seward's nurse, but resigned to care for Jon during his recent illness. Better now, Jon remarks that his law firm has purchased, for a Transylvanian client, the old Abbey next door to Seward's sanitarium. The client's name is Count Dracula. It was during his time in Transylvania that Jon fell ill, though most of his memory of the visit appears to have been erased. R.M. Renfield, a resident at the asylum, seems a lunatic, but Van Helsing perceives there is more to Renfield than meets the eye.
There are live and streamed tickets available for this event. For live tickets, masks must be worn inside the theatre at all times. There will be an intermission during this show. The bar will be open. We ask that you do not come within 6 feet of anyone outside of your ticket group. There is a maximum of 32 tickets available for each in person performance. For streamed tickets, a link to view the stream will be emailed one hour prior to performance time.
Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing Company
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