October 26 - 28, at 7pm
1897- When a young man disappears during a business trip to Transylvania, his fiancée back in England clings to the hope that he will soon return safely. But the usually cool and rational Mina Murray cannot escape the feeling that something terrible has happened and that worse is to follow. Her friend, Dr. Jack Seward, laughs these fears off as fanciful. But when a series of ominous and inexplicable events start to befall her and her friends, Mina senses that the danger is far too real… and far closer than any of them can imagine. Adapted from Bram Stoker’s classic tale, this suspenseful retelling of Dracula explores the insidious power of evil and the twisted ways in which we welcome it into our lives.
Performances will take place on Thursday,
October 26; Friday, October 27; and Saturday, October 28 at 7pm (with a
pre-scheduled rain date of Sunday, October 29 at 7pm). Gates open at 6pm. Ticketholders
can check in at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance, 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. The performance will take place at the Receiving Vault, a brief walk from the main entrance. Free parking is located
in the lot directly across the street from the Gatehouse.
Bring your own beach chairs. Hot apple cider cocktails, wine and beer will be served prior to each performance. Attendees are advised to dress warmly and to bring a flashlight.The cost is $25/person general admission. Advance registration is requested and tickets can be purchased online.