April 2012 marked the 100th anniversary of Bram Stoker’s departure from the world of the living. To mark this occasion, we turn towards the darkness and sink our teeth into his immortal vampire story. Gripping drama and gothic chills meet the visual power of the mask in this striking version of Stoker’s melodramatic masterpiece.
In the darkness we confront our fear of things which seek us out and seduce us in our dreams, and perhaps worse, our fear of the animal nature which lies buried beneath our civilized mask…

WARNING: There will be no doctor present in the house. Members of the public with weak hearts and delicate constitutions are hereby advised that participation is strictly at their own risk!

Dracula is approved under the state purchase rebate system. For more information about this program, contact teatercentrum.dk, or call us at 86 13 78 99.

This performance is created with support from the Danish Arts Council Stage Arts Committee, The Bikuben Foundation, Konsul George Jorck’s and Wife Emma Jorck’s Foundation, Aarhus Kommunes Kulturudviklingspulje, KODA, BUPL, Kulturhus Aarhus, and Gurli and Knud Pedersen’s Foundation