Go backstage with our exclusive post-show discussions. Purchase tickets to show times with scheduled classic perspective discussions, and stick around for a post-show discussion with leading artists and scholars.
Women and Dracula
Wednesday, February 26 after the 7pm performance
Many female characters in Victorian-era literature were not given much agency by their male authors. In her adaptation of Dracula, Kate Hamill tackles this very issue. Join us as we discuss her take and the importance of the women’s roles in this ever-popular horror tale.
Saturday, April 18 after the 2PM performance
Take in a special post-matinee chat with Assassins scholars and experts. This panel will take an in-depth look at the original novels as well as dramaturgical and production history of the many stage and film adaptations of these works.
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Two New Adaptations Performing in Repertory
Tickets Now on Sale for Dracula by Kate Hamill and Frankenstein by Tristan Bernays!