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"Camp mingled with straight storytelling...The script and the direction do a good job of keeping us engaged between surprises. Quick pacing, short scenes, and clever, cinematic staging help keep things interesting. We don’t come to care a whole lot about these characters...But sympathetic characters aren’t usually the point of old-fashioned horror stories, and though it’s filled with smartphones and laptops, this ghoulish tale retains a 19th-century ring. To its benefit." Full Review
"Pacing wise, the production is a bit slow. It takes a decent amount of time for the plot to truly kick off and the action to ramp up, although the exposition itself is enjoyable...This ending doesn't show a rather crucial scene and feels somewhat unsatisfying after becoming so deeply engaged in the story...Overall, while the play’s structure itself is somewhat flawed, the great performance work and sultry-scary mood make this piece a good Halloween season date night thrill." Full Review
See it if well this show played a year ago but I would say see it if you are interested in a Dracula with a focus on the modern female.
Don't see it if You are afraid of a little camp with your thriller
See it if If you enjoy romance, dark humor and great acting, this is a perfect show for you to see.
Don't see it if If you do not enjoy turn of the century language and have trouble keeping up with dialogue, go see another play.
See it if You fancy jumping out of your skin! Adored the close interaction with the audience and the suspense.
Don't see it if If your nerves are frail when it comes to suspense and blood!
See it if Into edgy, dark, georgeous costumes, very intense dramatic acting, consuming love story.
Don't see it if You are very conservative thinking, close minded, uncomfortable with intense love stories.
See it if You love scary stuff but also like things with a good laugh! If you like a good mixture you'll definitely like the show for sure.
Don't see it if You don't like to get scared because there are places in the play in which characters jump out or just appear.