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Langella starred as Dracula in a hit Broadway revival of the stage play--distinguished by the black-and-white sets by Edward Gorey that made the sight of blood very dramatic indeed--and the idea.
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Dracula, the Musical is a musical based on the original 1897 Victorian novel by Bram Stoker.The score is by Frank Wildhorn, with lyrics and book by Don Black and Christopher Hampton. The show had its regional premiere at the La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, California, in 2001, playing to 115% capacity, earning the highest paid capacity for any world premiere production in the playhouse's history.
In the theater, there is no way for a big musical to circumnavigate the ritual of opening on Broadway, even it is just to be thrashed before its after-market publicity campaign can commence. Such is the fate of Dracula. From its opening moments, and in almost every respect, this is a painfully bad show. To make matters worse, the seriousness.
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Well, because one of Dracula's key themes, perhaps inadvertently on the part of the writer, Bram Stoker, is the fear of the sexual liberation and depravity the Victorians believed lay in those unknown lands to the East. The trials of Oscar Wilde, which occurred around the same time, may have been a contributory factor towards the occasional scenes with a homosexual undercurrent, such as when.
On Monday, the Off Broadway theater company unveiled new stage versions of “Dracula,” by Kate Hamill, and “Frankenstein,” by Tristan Bernays, playing in repertory. The feminist redo of.