Contact: Heath Fisackerly
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Mississippi State University’s Theatre MSU program is presenting “Dracula,” adapted by Steven Dietz from the classic Bram Stoker novel full of suspense and seduction.
Directed by Cody Stockstill, assistant professor of communication, performances take place Nov. 14-16 at 7:30 p.m. in the McComas Hall theater.
This 121-year-old classic tale of obsession and horror is a production for mature audiences of 16 years of age and older.
The play holds true to the original literature about the Transylvanian vampire and those who attempt to thwart his pursuit of new victims.
Ticket prices for the general public are $12, while prices for MSU students are $7. They are available online at www.events.msstate.edu and at the box office one hour prior to each show.
“This season we have adventures, scares, romance and fantasy,” said Tim Matheny, assistant professor of theatre. “We are so excited to bring these stories to the MSU and Golden Triangle communities.”
For more about MSU’s Department of Communication and the Theatre MSU program, visit https://www.comm.msstate.edu/theatre/.
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