From the show:
Both terrifying and riotous, Kate Hamill’s Dracula confronts the sexism in Bram Stoker’s original work and subjugates it as a smart and disquieting feminist revenge fantasy. Kate’s signature style and postmodern wit upends this familiar tale of Victorian vampires and drives a stake through the heart of toxic masculinity.
See it if for Matthew Amendt as a wildly magnetic Dracula. Gr costumes, strg acting, annoying curtain. Dark parts thrill/chill. Lapine is a genius.
Don't see it if you get nightmares. Or want a tight script (needs cuts as of 1st prevw: 2.5 hrs) Some humor misses. Sightlines iffy. Staging/acting dazzle.
See it if You're intersted in Dracula told through a modern feminist lens. I really loved this adaptation, very fun. Felt like watching a mini series.
Don't see it if You dislike darker stories or not interested in the story of Dracula.
See it if Kate Hamill has loads of fun with this sort of campy feminist funny interpretation of the Dracula tale. Terrific ensemble
Don't see it if You don’t like new twists on old tales particularly those with ironic and satirical edge; accents a bit overdone
See it if Hamill's script has witty moments in her attempt to find contemporary resonance in the classic. The cast works hard with what they're given.
Don't see it if it's overlong; many of the satiric, anachronistic bits don't land. The tone is inconsistent - should we be scared? amused? angry at the