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Auditions – Dracula A Real Pain in the Neck
August 19 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Directed by Brandi Lane and Written By Stephen Lott.
We all know the story of Dracula and the legends of the great vampires, but what if that is just what they wanted us to think? This original comedy thriller goes to the heart of the matter.
Dracula (A Real Pain in the Neck) is a comedic studio romp through the legend and fantasy of Dracula!
Monday, August 19 at 6:30 pm
Tuesday, August 20 at 6:30 pm
Performance Dates: October 4-12
Seward- 50’s. Distinguished doctor, Mina’s father. British accent.
Stoker- Patient in Dr. Seward’s asylum. British accent.
Harker- 20’s. Mina’s fiancé and Dr. Seward’s protege. Impressed with himself. British accent.
Renfield- Patient in an asylum. Must be able to switch between cockney and proper British.
Van Helsing- Late 50’s. Powerful presence, world traveler and scientist. Dutch or German accent.
Mina- 20’s. Dr. Seward’s daughter and Harker’s fiancee. Independent thinker, but conservative. British accent.
Lucy- 20’s. Mina’s cousin. Exudes sensuality, defies societal norms. British accent.
Max/Orderly/Doctor- Tall, dark. Romanian accent.
Peter- 30-50. Small man, somewhat nerdy looking. Yiddish accent.
All auditions are “cold-reads,” unless otherwise noted, so you do not need to prepare a monologue or memorize anything in advance. Perusal copies of upcoming plays are available to read at the PLT Business Office during regular business hours.