Count Dracula, the first main-series show of the Temple Civic Theatre 2013-14 season, will have evening performances (8 p.m.) on October 25, 26, 31 and November 1 and 2. Matinee performances (2:30 p.m.) will be October 27 and November 3. Reserved seat tickets are $18 for adults and $10 for students.
HALLOWEEN NIGHT: There will be a special Halloween Party at intermission on October 31 with trick or treating and a costume contest. Come in costume to the Halloween night performance and you can buy your ticket for HALF PRICE. (Costume discounts are only available for tickets purchased at the door.)
Box office hours are Tuesday-Friday from 9:30 to 1:30, and one hour before each performance. Tickets may also be obtained by clicking the Red "ONLINE BOX OFFICE" button on the right side of this web page.
Ted Tiller’s witty theatrical adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula takes place at Dr. Seward’s Asylum for the Insane.
There’s a new patient at the asylum, name of Renfield (Evan Clawson), and a new resident in the castle across the valley — a foreign count, Dracula (Rusty Schramm), who has been seen only at night.
Dr. Seward (Buzz Rahm) is desperately trying to keep his asylum and his ditsy sister Sybil (Sandy Dlugas) in order with the help of his attendants Hennessey (Jacob Duncan) and Wesley (Roland Hampton).
Dr. Seward’s ward Mina (Alexandra Tolleson) becomes very ill after a visit from Count Dracula. Her fiancé, Jonathan Harker (Adam Winkler), arrives just in time, and together with Prof. Van Helsing (Darren Walker), they try to cure her of her illness before it claims her life.
The wolves howl, the bats fly, the lights flicker . . . and the legendary story unfolds.
The production staff includes John Monteverde, director; Dustin Ozment, technical director; Lori Honeycutt, stage manager; Dan Becker, assistant stage manager; Leon Perkins, properties master; Odell Lyons-Harris, sound console operator; Trent Hunt, carpentry and sculpting; and John Kinsley, carpentry. Other technical assistance is provided by Al Dobos, costumes; Ed Boyle, puppeteer; and Allan Lueck, magic consultant.
Produced through special arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.
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Thursday at 7 p.m.
Fri. & Sat. at 8 p.m.
Sunday at 2:30 p.m.
The mission of Temple Civic Theatre is to produce theatre of the highest caliber, to enlist regional talent through open auditions, to educate youth and adults in all aspects of theatre, and to provide opportunities for and encourage participation by volunteers, thus enriching the artistic and cultural base of the communities of Central Texas.