The chilling gothic horror gets an audio-theatre reboot
You can always count on the drama world to have a few Dracula adaptations floating around. RadioTheatre doesn’t disappoint with their audio-theatre take on Bram Stoker’s horror classic, reworked by Orson Welles and Dan Bianchi. The troupe's award-winning raconteurs, tricked out special effects, and original orchestral score will enhance the already electric dynamic between the Count and Van Helsing. It might just be the best adaptation you’ve ever seen – and that’s saying something. Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
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