When:
Friday, Sep 30, 2022 8:00p -
Sunday, Oct 23, 2022 10:00p

Where:
The Umbrella Arts Center
40 Stow Street
Concord, Massachusetts 01742

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Admission:
$20-$45

Categories:
Art, Date Idea, Good for Groups, History, LGBTQ+, Rainy Day Ideas, Shows

Event website:
https://theumbrellaarts.org/production/dracula

One hundred and twenty-five years after its publication, Dracula has continued to thrill and be interpreted by every generation in turn. And now, in the New England premiere of a bold new adaptation, award-winning playwright-actor Kate Hamill sinks her teeth into the sexism in Bram Stoker's classic.


The result is a fun, fearless ride when the Count meets his match – and the #MeToo movement – in a fast-paced, theatrical tour de force.

One of the most-produced playwrights in America for 3 years running, Hamill has been deliberate about creating feminist, female-centered classics – whether in new stories or adaptations of such works as EmmaSense & SensibilityLittle Women and The Scarlet Letter.


Dracula is directed for The Umbrella Stage Company by Michelle Aguillon, with Scenic Design by Melody Hsu, Costumes by Anna Silva, and Lighting Design by SeifAllah Salotto-Cristobal. It features Dominic Carter*, Gabrielle Hatcher, Maria Hendricks, Bowen Huang, Sara Jones, Joseph Jude, Lisa San Pascual*, Em Sheeran and Dustin Teuber.


Performances run September 30 - October 23, 2022 (no show 10/14) Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays at 8PM and Sundays at 3PM


Tickets $20 Students, $40 Seniors, $45 Adults


COVID Policy: Per union regulations for the protection of the performers, facemasks are required for performances in the Black Box theater, including Dracula


The Umbrella is ADA accessible, a proud partner in the Massachusetts Cultural Council's EBT Card-to-Culture program, and provides free parking and free admission to its visual arts galleries.

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