PRICE: $20 Students, $40 Seniors, $45 Adults
TIME: 08:00 pm - 10:00 pm
One hundred and twenty five years after its publication, 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 movement—in a fast-paced, theatrical tour de force. One of the most-produced playwrights in America for three years running, Hamill has been deliberate about creating feminist, female-centered classics—whether in new stories or adaptations of such works as , , and . 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 8 p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m.
Tickets $20 Students, $40 Seniors, $45 Adults.
: Per union regulations for the protection of the performers, facemasks are required for performances in the Black Box theater, including .
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.