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Frau Dracula

Frau Dracula

Frau Dracula is an eclectic updating of Bram Stoker's classic Dracula. Borrowing liberally from 1930s horror films, gender mirroring, and a dash of steampunk esthetics, the show is a fun, sexy and wicked retelling of Dracula. Set just before the beginning of World War II, Baroness Von Dracula, or as she prefers, Frau Dracula, is living in Prussia and she makes the journey to England to claim Lucian Seward as her own. Standing in her way is Lucian's fiancee Fredericka (Freddie) Harker and a Dutch professor named Wilhelmina Van Helsing. aided by her helpers Olga and Helga and a group of seven deadlies, until recently a group of English school girls, Dracula has brought an army to bear on Dr. Seward's sanatorium.

written by Le Wilhelm with Steven Barrett

1st Produced:
Producers Club
358 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036    28 Oct 2010

Love Creek Productions

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