Count Dracula is one of the most famous gothic horror characters, created in 1897 by Irish author Abraham ‘Bram’ Stoker and based on history’s Vlad The Impaler.
This is another in the highly successful Broadway Junior series, featuring a large cast of up and coming young performers. This is definitely a top flight family show.
This is another winner for The Rep and will no doubt gain admirers for the writing of Martin McDonagh and the direction of Kerrin White, as well as the talents of his team, both onstage and backstage.
This is a pleasant enough evening out, which should improve with increased pace as the season progresses, and it offers some good performances that make it worth seeing, but is ultimately let down by the script.
This great night of farce definitely has to be your first choice if you need a good laugh to shake off the winter blues, but don't wait too long as bookings are bound to be heavy now that word has got around.
The piece is based around the residents of three adjacent houses and there is no faulting the marvellously high quality musical side of this production.
Patrick Lim, his cast, his production team and his crew have worked very hard and creatively and thoroughly deserve all of the success that they have had with this excellent production.
It has been running 21 consecutive years on London’s West End.