The critically acclaimed production Dracula is swooping into Laycock Street Theatre.
Bram Stoker’s gothic masterpiece will be at the Laycock Street Community Theatre on Tuesday and Wednesday March 28-29.
Created and adapted by one of Australia’s leading contemporary theatre companies, Shake & Stir Theatre Co., this adaptation has already garnered stellar five-star reviews and attracted five Matilda Award (Queensland Theatre) nominations including Best Mainstage Production.
Group Leader of Connected Communities, Ms Julie Vaughan, said the new adaptation of Bram Stoker’s 1897 horror-classic promised to be every bit as tortured and charismatic as the novel.
“This is a great opportunity to sink your teeth into what is an amazing story,” said Ms Vaughan.
“Shake & Stir Theatre Co. are one of the country’s leading theatre companies and we have proudly presented their previous touring productions of 1984, Wuthering Heights and Animal Farm.
“It’s wonderful to host them once again at the Laycock Street Community Theatre in what will no doubt be a fantastic adaptation of this classic story,” she added.
The show features simulated violence, sexual and supernatural themes, haze and strobe lighting.
Mar 17, 2017
Central Coast Council Media