6 female, 4 male cast! Free Royalty offer exended! There is no royalty fee for this play to be produced as a community theater or student production by a public or charter school before November 4, 2013. After November 4, 2013 – community theaters and school royalties are only $5 per performance. All others must enquire with the author.
Dracula is the classic novel that turned the legend of the vampire into a worldwide sensation.
This stage adaptation is specifically written for school productions in schools with more girls interested in drama than boys (as is often the case in school drama clubs). The script calls for six female and four male actors. A production of this play will run less than an hour. This play may be a good choice for directors who are looking for a short play with opportunities for a less-experienced company to explore the art of melodrama, stage combat, and stagecraft (lighting, sound and other special effects). This script may not be appropriate for all school groups.
Formatting Note: This script is in a simplified script format to accommodate the widest possible variety of e-readers, some of which cannot support some aspects of commonly accepted play script formats.
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About the Author
Paul Olson is the author of a play based on the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, that has been produced in multiple locations in Michigan.
His play, "The Dry" (inspired by the Barnes-Hecker mine disaster) was produced as a joint project of the Peninsula Arts Appreciate Council and the Michigan Iron Industry Museum.
Science Fiction Double Feature is an anthology of 10 minute plays based on classic literary science fiction and offer opportunities for a variety of cast sizes and levels of technical expertise.
Dracula, A Christmas Carol, and Jane Eyre are especially created for less-experienced acting groups in schools, community colleges, and community theaters. They are designed to give beginning theater groups an opportunity to present stories with "name recognition" that will appeal to audiences and provide a satisfying challenge to young thespians.
He is a social worker in rural Michigan.