Dracula and Frankenstein

Two New Adaptations in Repertory January 16– March 8, 2020
at the Lynn F. Angelson Theater


Based on the Novel by Bram Stoker


Based on the Novel by Mary Shelley

In winter of 2020, a thrilling new repertory cycle at CSC brings to life two legendary Gothic nightmares, Dracula and Frankenstein. Widely known as a pair of macabre fantasies about blood-sucking vampires and man-made monsters, these chilling stories more truly scratch at the fundamental human fears of love and betrayal, while exposing the even truer horrors of basic human nature.

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Please note: The production of Dracula contains strobe-like lighting effects and haze.


About the plays

Both terrifying and riotous, Kate Hamill’s Dracula confronts the sexism in Bram Stoker’s original work and subjugates it as a smart and disquieting feminist revenge fantasy. Kate’s signature style and postmodern wit upends this familiar tale of Victorian vampires and drives a stake through the heart of toxic masculinity.

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Tristan BernaysFrankenstein is an electrifying metaphysical adaptation strongly rooted in the tradition of theatrical storytelling. Athletically performed by only two actors, this exhilarating retelling of Mary Shelley’s beloved novel boldly explores the creation myth while dissecting some of the most frightening aspects of the human psyche.

More Information

Classic Perspectives

About the Playwrights

A Guide to Repertory Theater

The Creative Team of Dracula

John Doyle, Scenic Design
Robert Perdziola, Costume Designer
Adam Honoré, Lighting Designer
Leon Rothenberg, Sound Designer
Michael G. Chin, Fight Director
Carrie Mossman, Prop Supervisor
Kristin Leahey, Dramaturg
Jane Guyer Fujita, Dialect Coach
Telsey + Company, Casting
Sarah E.T. Jackson, Production Stage Manager
Giles T. Horne,  Assistant Stage Manager


John Doyle, Season Scenic Design
Jane Cox and Tess James, Season Lighting Plot Design