Death of Dracula opens in Mission

A mysterious shipwreck, a shed full of coffins, a handsome and shadowy new neighbour who can’t seem to control his bats – it’s all part of Opening Nite Theatre production of Warren Graves’ The Death of Dracula which hits the stage this month.

A mysterious shipwreck, a shed full of coffins, a handsome and shadowy new neighbour who can’t seem to control his bats – it’s all part of Opening Nite Theatre production of Warren Graves’ The Death of Dracula which  hits the stage this month.

The show features performers  from Mission and Abbotsford and is an  adaptation of the classic Bram Stoker story.

The Death of Dracula  runs Oct.  14-30 on Friday and Saturday evenings at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12, and are available at Murdoch’s BookShoppe, 33078 1st Ave, in Mission, or at the door. Opening Nite Theatre is at 33223-33227 Railway Ave. in Mission.

 

Auditions:

On Oct. 18 and Oct. 20, at 7 p.m., auditions will take place for Opening Nite Theatre’s fifth annual Christmas Pantomime. “Star Warz, the Panto”, needs people who can sing, dance, act and above all, be silly.

Auditions are at the Opening Nite Theatre. Come prepared to read, and sing your favourite Beatles song.

For more information, go to:

http://openingnitetheatresociety.tripod.com.

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