Everyone’s favorite bloodthirsty bat is back in this world-premiere adaptation of Bram Stoker's gothic-horror story. Written by ensemble member Pete McElligott, this comedic take on the Count contains romance, silliness, and frightening fun for the whole family!
DRACULA will be presented at Greenway Station (436 N Norman C Francis Parkway). Seating (unless purchasing Premier) is bring-your-own general admission – tailgate/camping/Mardi Gras chairs are recommended for the outdoor, concrete venue. Food trucks and a bar will be on-site nightly. Please note this production contains some adult content.
$55 - Premier Seating
$38 - Adult
$20 - Under 21
Online ticket sales end two hours prior to performances. If you wish to purchase tickets less than two hours prior to a show, you will need to do so in person at the show venue.
This production is supported with a generous grant from the New Orleans Tourism and Cultural Fund.
MEET THE WRITER
Pete McElligott is a New York City-based actor, writer, improviser, educator, multi Big Easy Award winner, and founding member of The NOLA Project.
NOLA Project acting credits include THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN, THE MISANTHROPE, CLOUD NINE, THE LIEUTENANT OF INISHMORE, and LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST.
As a writer, Pete has penned ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND, DON QUIXOTE, THE THREE MUSKETEERS, and THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW for the company.
McElligott is a Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Ten Bones Theatre Company in Brooklyn.
Alex Martinez Wallace
Directors - Khiry Armstead, Leslie Claverie
Production Manager - Jenny L. Billot
Stage Manager - Meghan Shea
Assistant Stage Manger - Roger Bouche
Costume Designers - Bridget Ann Boyle, Grace Smith
Lighting Designer - Joan Long
Props Designer - Olivia Winter
Sound Designer - Khiry Armstead
Fight Choreographer - Alex Martinez Wallace