This week is going to be amazing!
Wednesday, October 16, Dracula opens at Walterdale Playhouse. Dracula, in October… I don’t need to convince you to join me. The cast and crew features many familiar Walterdale faces, as well as a few new ones. Total run time is 2 hours – if you’ve read the book, you know this is an impressive accomplishment. Steven Dietz’ adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel will really fly and certainly isn’t a show to miss as you get ready for Halloween! Dracula runs October 16 – 26. Tickets are $12 – $18 at the door or Tix on the Square.
Thursday, October 17, the fabulous Three Form Theatre kicks off their 2nd season with Ordinary Days, a musical about how four New Yorkers realize their “ordinary” lives are actually extraordinary in a crazy day kicked off by one of them loosing the notes to her graduate thesis. I fell in love with Three Form Theatre during their debut production, I Love You Because, last summer and can’t wait to see what they’ve come up with for Ordinary Days! Ordinary Days has a four show run at the PCL Studio Theatre, from October 17 – 19. Tickets are $15 – $20 from Tix on the Square.
I’ll be previewing and reviewing both these shows for Sound + Noise – stay tuned!
[Updated] Here are my reviews of the shows above PLUS a bonus photo essay!
- Go See Dracula
- Artistic Choices in Ordinary Days Make it Extraordinary
- Photo Essay: Behind the Scenes: Make-Up at Dracula