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Dracula (Morris-Jumel Mansion)

Members say: Great acting, Clever, Great writing, Riveting, Masterful
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The Morris-Jumel Mansion presents Bram Stoker’s gothic legend of seduction and immortality staged in its historic Octagon room, surrounded by period art and furnishings.

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Closely following the plot of the novel, the play chronicles Count Dracula's journey to England, his stalking of two young women, and his pursuit and eventual defeat by the heroines' suitors and their associates. This intimate, minimalist staging aims to peel back the layers and reveal the inner workings of Stoker's classic characters with fresh insight.

 

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Stage Buddy

“Stoker's ‘Dracula’ contains very little outright blood and gore...Instead, it relies on atmospherics and a tight character focus to recreate the sense of Gothic horror...A daring approach...Because of this production's perfect casting and strongly present setting, Carbone's take works beautifully...If you're looking for a deliciously creepy yet tasteful horror and especially if you're fond of Stoker's novel -- you can't do better than this splendid embodiment of the ultimate vampire tale.” Full Review

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91
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95
Great acting, Masterful, Refreshing, Riveting, Great writing

See it if You want to see something new and inspiring!

Don't see it if There is no reason not to see it!

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Clever, Enchanting, Exquisite, Great acting

See it if you love the everlasting story about Count Dracula...

Don't see it if you don't like to take a train all the way uptown NYC.