Raise a Glass in the New Immersive Dracula, Opening Tonight Off-Broadway

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Three Day Hangover, the company behind Drunk Shakespeare, opens its immersive production of Dracula, a new interpretation by Steven Dietz of Bram Stoker’s famed gothic novel, Oct. 2 at McAlpin Hall. Previews began Sept. 30. 

Performances of the New York premiere run through Oct. 17, setting the tone for a series of spooky shows and theatrical events that will pop up over the Halloween period.

"Transylvania’s most famous resident is on the prowl for fresh flesh, and the only line of defense is a stiff drink!" state press notes. "Watch your neck and raise a glass as this timeless thriller springs to life in an immersive and spine-tingling evening of horrifying fun."

Described as "highly immersive," audience members are invited to hunt vampires, drink, move around and have fun with the troupe of performers.

Leading the cast is January LaVoy (ABC-TV’s "One Life to Live," Enron on Broadway) as Van Helsling the Vampire Slayer, in addition to Michael Borrelli, Jonathane Finegan, Justin Yorio, Miranda Noelle Wilson, Nemuna Ceesay and Paul Kite. Kristin McCarthy Parker directs.

McAlpin Hall is located at The West Park Presbyterian Church, 165 West 86th St. at Amsterdam Ave. To purchase tickets, priced $15, visit ThreeDayHangover

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