DRACULA, the Mina Harker Journals by R. Dutch Fritz      2013

This is an original script (adapted from the 1897 novel by Bram Stoker) written directed and designed by R. Dutch Fritz, first performed October, 11, 2013, for two weekends, at Notre dame De Namur University Theatre, Belmont, CA.  Script, design and sound track elements draw from the world of Steampunk while following closely to the Stoker's original novel.

Poster & Cover Design

Poster & Cover Design

Design Concept: R. Dutch Fritz & Karen Plesur Model: Claire Carolly Photographer: Rich Rossi

Dracula; Act I scene 1

Dracula; Act I scene 1

Mina Harker & son on train. Mina begins relating events of encounters with the vampire, Dracula, into her journals to later be read by her son upon her passing.

Dracula; Act I sene 4

Dracula; Act I sene 4

Lucy Westenra meets the American, Quincy P. Morris at Christmas party hosted by her mother, the widow, Lady Westenra.

Dracula: Act I scene 8

Dracula: Act I scene 8

Mr Renfield discusses concept of life-force transference with Dr. Seward.

Dracula: Act I scene 8

Dracula: Act I scene 8

Mr Renfield discusses concept of life-force transference with Dr. Seward.

Dracula: Act II scen 1

Dracula: Act II scen 1

Mina recently reunited with Jonathan Harker & married, receives news of, her dearest friend, Lucy's death after numerous encounters with the vampire, Dracula.

Dracula: Act II scene 3

Dracula: Act II scene 3

The small band of friends join forces to defeat Dracula to honor their friend Lucy.

Dracula: Act I scene 16

Dracula: Act I scene 16

Mr. Renfield, spiraling deeper into madness, tries to warn Dr. Seward of the vampire's arrival in England and his growing shadow of evil.

Dracula: Act II scen 12

Dracula: Act II scen 12

Dracula has been destroyed but Quincy Morris sacrifices his own life in the final battle.

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