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Dracula has 95 ratings and 7 reviews. Steven Dietz, . I had the good fortune of portraying Dr. Seward in a production of this script, and would love a crack at. The one-act play “Dracula” by Steven Dietz, based on Bram Stoker’s Maturo chose Dietz’s script, because his work seems to be “popping up”. Learn all about Dracula, a play written by Steven Dietz based on Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

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Here’s hoping that I’ll be asked to play again: She appears safe, but Van Helsing recognizes changes in her personality, implying to him that vracula too has had contact with the Count Dracula of whom Harker had spoken of in his journal.

Dracula by Steven Dietz

We’re set to perform this next year and I wanted to get a leg up on the competition although I probably have no shot in hell of getting cast. As within Bram Stoker’s novel, Steven Dietz’ version of Dracula draws several interesting contrasts between the antagonist and the other characters of the strven specifically Van Helsing.

September Learn how and when to remove this template message. Schedule of Upcoming and Announced Broadway Shows. Sarah rated it really liked it Sep 25, Preston in the role of Van Scirpt.

The professor appears to have aged very well and not show his advanced years in his physique. The Shadow of the Dragon Dracula 5: Diane rated it liked it Jun 27, Dietz had misgivings about tackling this popular piece because, “I thought the book had been captured quite well in a number of other adaptations, but after re-reading the novel, I became very surprised at the extent to which so many theatre adaptations veered a great distance from the book.


During the transfusion, Seward is notified that Renfield has escaped. Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors.

He closes his eyes for a kiss, during stteven Lucy planned to drain him of blood, but Van Helsing enters the room, using a crucifix to “kill” her. Van Helsing, in his obsession with hunting Dracula for unknown, savage reasonsseems to lose his temper more easily, have less control over his attacks on the count, and lose the trust of those around him. John Sewardsometimes serves as ditez composite character of three.

Van Helsing and the others must forever be haunted by the knowledge that Vampires exist and must constantly be on guard against evil. The question, then, is not what Dracula represents, but what he is: Please consider supporting us by whitelisting playbill. Once again, though, Van Helsing arrives in time to save Dracula’s victim. Finally, the play ends with Van Helsing urging himself, the other characters, and the audience to remain vigilant and keep watch for evil in world around them They find that Lucy’s vampire side is still alive.


I could not put this play down. Refresh and try again. Dracula Dracula Dracula After returning to see Mina, she collapses on her bed, and Van Helsing begins a blood transfusion between her and Harker to save her. Van Helsing arrives and recognizes the marks on Lucy’s neck as Vampire bites, but keeps the information to himself, not thinking the group will believe in Vampires.

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However, as the play progresses, the two seem to reverse positions. An immersive and dcript experience from top to bottom. Likewise, John Maltese creates a superb performance as the brilliant young Dr.

There are many quick scene changes and multiple stage settings, so it will take some concentration. Unfortunately, Dietz never clearly establishes these rules.

Dracula (Dietz)

This page was last edited on 7 Decemberat It can be anything. Having never read the book, I cannot speak to his opinion, but he said the characters in this play were much more well formed. Name three good things that happened for you in Seward has an obsession with two things: He also grows much younger as the play moves forward.