14 Acland St, St Kilda
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Bookings: 03 9534 3388
Office: 03 9534 4879
Date: 29 Oct 2015 - 14 Nov 2015
Time: Wed to Sat 8pm
Preview: Thu 29 at 8pm $25
Price: $35 Full / $25 Conc, Under 30yrs / $20 Groups of 8 + [plus booking fees]
Presented by: Theatre Works and Little Ones Theatre
Little Ones Theatre
Selected Works 2015
A high camp homage to silent cinema and the ultimate queer hero, The Prince of Darkness. From acclaimed company, Little Ones Theatre (Stephen Nicolazzo, Katie Sfetkidis and Eugyeene Teh) comes a new theatrical event - gothic and erotic with a comic bent. This DRACULA will delve deep into the cinematic history of horror - from Bela Legosi to Gary Oldman, Buster Keaton to Catherine Deneuve, and a soupcan of Nosferatu - and bring it to the stage in all its bawdy desire, and gory glory. With excessive eyeliner. And carnal desire.
Little Ones Theatre much lauded creative team - director Stephen Nicolazzo and designers Eugyeene Teh, Tessa Leigh Wolffenbuttel Pitt and Katie Sfetkidis - will again craft the Company's signature aesthetic of camp, kitsch and heightened visual style, joined by exciting cast of fequent collaborators including Alexandra Aldrich, Zoe Boesen, Catherine Davies, Brigid Gallacher, Amanda McGregor and Janine Watson.
Created by Little Ones Theatre after Bram Stoker
Director Stephen Nicolazzo
Set Design Eugyeene Teh
Costume Design Eugyeene Teh and Tessa Leigh Wolffenbuttel Pitt
Lighting Design Katie Sfetkidis
Sound Design & Composition Daniel Nixon
Performers Alexandra Aldrich, Zoe Boesen, Catherine Davies, Brigid Gallacher, Amanda McGregor, Morgan McGuire, Kevin Kiernan Molloy and Janine Watson.
This project been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
Join us for Halloween - Saturday 31 October
Fitzroy Street Halloween Festival, 4-8pm | Trick or Treats · Come in costume, get a FREE drink! Theatre Works from 7pm
Warning: Full frontal nudity, some violence, smoking and smoke effects, the use of fake blood and complete blackout at times.
DURATION: Approx 80 minutes (no interval).
PLEASE NOTE: Audience arriving late may not be admitted into the theatre.
What the critics say on DRACULA
‘Dracula is one part Artuad, one part Annie Sprinkle… It’s an insanely detailed and gloriously sensual piece of theatre.’ - The Australian
‘Director Stephen Nicolazzo immerses the performances in atmospheric design: Katie Sfetkidis' lighting, Daniel Nixon's gothic sound, and the coffins and curtains and glittering black astroturf of Eugyeene Teh's set.’ - The Age
‘Little Ones are the country’s leading proponents of queer theatre, and they’ve produced a gorgeous and playful piece with Dracula.’ - Time Out
‘The Little Ones Theatre’s winning streak of creating unique theatrical experiences therefore continues here with this production of Dracula.’ - Theatre Press