Presented by Arrangement with Samuel French
Dramatized by Hamilton Dean and John L. Balderston
Produced by Theatre on the Road
Directed by Frank Marquette
From the Bram Stoker novel, this is the original Broadway production that premiered in 1927 with Bela Lugosi. It was revived in 1997 with Frank Langella as Dracula.
Lucy, whose father is in charge of an English asylum, has been attacked by a mysterious illness. Dr. Van Helsing believes Lucy is the victim of a vampire — a certain Count Dracula. Renfield, an inmate, suffers from delusions and is under the spell of the Count. Will he be found and finally laid to rest?
“An evening of high-class fun.” -Newsweek
“Pure escape and great fun.” – New York Post
Widow Jane Mine, 668 NY-213, Rosendale, NY 12472
Friday, September 30th at 7 pm
Saturday, October 1st at 7 pm
Sunday, October 2nd at 7 pm
Gates open hour before event ( 6pm for the 7pm Friday show, 2pm for the 3pm Saturday& Sunday shows)
$20, $15 for members, $10 for 14-18, 13 and under are free. $25 if you want to give a little more!
Presales via this website are now preferred to get an estimate of audience size. Cash, checks, credit cards will be able to be processed onsite, but we prefer presales. There is a $1 processing fee for electronic sales
Ulster County is experiencing peaks and valleys of COVID transmission, so please wear a mask, even if vaccinated, until new advice from the CDC & NY health departments lets us doff them.
Children under 12 must be supervised and seated at all times during the performance.
As with all events in the Widow Jane Mine:
- Bring a folding chair for each audience member! We have only a limited number of plastic chairs, and if you bring your own, we can accommodate a larger crowd, and you’ll be more comfortable. Yoga mats or camping mattresses might also do if you don’t mind them getting wet and muddy.
- Dress for cool, damp, drippy weather, even if it’s the middle of summer. The mine has its own micro climate and often that climate is damp and drippy.
- As with the rest of the site if you bring it in, bring it out.