The world's most famous vampire is back! This year'sDraculaboasts the return of director Jennifer Pennington as well as the exceptional cast from last year's production, predominantly composed of talented local artists.
Witty and terrifying, Kate Hamill'sDraculais a stunning adaptation that embraces the tradition of the monster myth, and celebrates the power of communities that unite against the woes that trouble them. Join us at Actors Theatre of Louisville as we tell the latest iteration of this enduring story and endeavor to take down the Vampire!
Discounted tickets for students and educators are available for $15 plus fees onWednesday nights, September 6, 13, and 20. Additionally, there is closed captioning onSunday, September 10 at 2 p.m.andThursday, September 14 at 7 p.m.The matinee performance onSunday, September 10will also include ASL interpretation.
Photo 1: LaShondra Hood (Doctor Van Helsing) Photo 2: Nick Jordan (Dracula) Photo 3: Abigail Bailey Maupin (Renfield) Photo 4: Justin Jackson (Jonathan Harker) Photo 5: Brittany "BeeBee" Patillo (Lucy Westenra) Photos by Jon Cherry, from Actors Theatre of Louisville's 2022 production ofDracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasy.
Actors Theatre of Louisville also invites audiences to participate in community events held within our theater complex during Dracula's run that inspire social connection, transformation, and healing:
• A partnership with NAMI Louisville that presents, at no cost, the work of visual artists from Louisville and southern Indiana. This thought-provoking art show, "Seeing the Invisible: Perceptions of Mental Health," is on display in our lobby spaces throughout the run of Dracula. Don't miss the special opening reception on September 9 at 4 p.m. in the Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby!
No matter how you'd like to participate, there's a place for you in the Storytelling (r)Evolution at Actors Theatre of Louisville! Learn more at actorstheatre.org.
This production ofDracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasyfeatures the exemplary work of performers Alanna Darby, LaShondra Hood, Justin Jackson, Nick Jordan, Abigail Bailey Maupin, Mark Mozingo, Brittany "BeeBee" Patillo, Lipica Shah, Dara Jade Tiller, and Jessica De La Rosa, who understudies the role of Renfield and is scheduled to perform Sept. 21-24.
The creative team forDracula: A Feminist Revenge Fantasyincludes Fight Director and Intimacy Coordinator José Pérez IV, Voice and Dialect Coach Joy Lanceta Coronel, Fight Captain Mark Mozingo, Scenic and Props Designer Katelin Ashcraft, Costume Designer Anna Jenny, Lighting Designer Dani Clifford, Sound Designer Paul Doyle, Stage Manager Shaina Pierce, Assistant Stage Manager Ashley Hall, and Production Assistant Megan Meyer. Casting by Emily Tarquin, CSA. For the full list of credits and biographies, please clickhere.
Please contact Communications Coordinator Ben Gierhart at email@example.com to discuss complimentary tickets and coverage opportunities. Any university groups interested should contact firstname.lastname@example.org for student and educator discounts. We appreciate your support as we reimagine a 21st-century theatre where art, technology, and social transformation meet for a Storytelling (r)Evolution.