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McNicholas Theatre presents Dracula

McNicholas Theatre presents Dracula

The McNicholas Theatre Department is eager to present a show you are sure to sink your teeth into, Dracula. The play will run October 26-28 at McNicholas High School in the Jeanne Spurlock Theatre.   

Just in time for Halloween, you will be transported to the Transylvania Countryside to follow Count Dracula as his unsuspecting victims discover his secret and attempt to stop him from wreaking havoc before it's too late.  Don’t miss out on this talented cast of McNicholas students—it's scary how good they are! 

Join us for what promises to be a fang-tastic performance!  

 

Purchase Tickets 
General Admission $10

Please note: Strobe lighting, fog, stage combat, and the sound of gunshots are used in this production. It is appropriate for ages 13+.  

Show Times 

October 26 at 7 p.m. 
October 27 at 7 p.m.
October 28 at 2 p.m. 
October 28 at 7 p.m. 

 

Cast 

Brendan McPheron, Joe Hilbert, Sheridan Threet, William Tipton, Taylor Ferenc, Sean McManus, Grace Gaunt, Lauren Switzer, Marina Favro, Calla Garretson, Parker Segar, Noel Shelly, Josie Fortin, Matthew Irvine, Amanda Braig, Olivia Dorschug, Emily Richmond, Annemarie Wolfer, Annika Flynn, Caroline Eiser, Emma Sampson, Ann McCarty, Keira Norton, Grace Tierney 

Crew 

Alex Smith, Maria Halaby, Katie Claes, Emma Sampson, Audrey Ackerman, Allie Bird, Noel Shelly, Elena Escamilla, Grace Tierney, Keira Norton, Annika Flynn, Caroline Eiser, Lauren Switzer, Reilly Mountel, Sierra Mangrum, Brenda Ocana, Jacob Gundrum, Jonathan Byrum, Mary Metzger, Lucinda Thompson, Parker Segar, Josie Fortin, Emily Richmond, Olivia Dorschug, Emma Bell, Abby Dorschug, Lauren Beiser, Mary Ganim, Lauren Korchok, Annemarie Wolfer, Ann McCarty

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