shake & stir theatre co and QPAC present
by Bram Stoker
created and adapted by shake & stir theatre co

Another bloody classic.

The Gothic horror story swoops the country in a gripping, critically-acclaimed production created by shake & stir.

When young Lawyer Jonathan Harker visits Castle Dracula deep within the Carpathian mountains, he's not expecting the strange hospitality he receives from his mysterious host. Alone and trapped within the castle walls, Jonathan discovers that Dracula wants more than his presence at the dinner table - he might also be the main course. Leaving Jonathan for dead and his castle behind, Dracula travels to London on a quest for seduction, true love and above all - blood.

From the company behind the multi-award winning, national touring productions of 1984 and Animal Farm comes this new adaptation of Stoker's twisted tale.

★★★★★ – ArtsHub

‘shake & stir's DRACULA is a thrilling adventure that drags you in to its dark world and doesn't let go until the final bolt of lightning strikes.’ - Australian Stage

Adaptors Nelle Lee & Nick Skubij
Director Michael Futcher
Set Designer Josh McIntosh
Costume Designer Leigh Buchanan
Lighting Designer Jason Glenwright
Sound Designer / Composer Guy Webster
Fight Director / Movement Coach Nigel Poulton
Dramaturg Michael Futcher
Featuring Ross Balbuziente, Nelle Lee, Adele Querol, Nick Skubij, Michael Wahr and David Whitney


Dracula is part of the Wagga Wagga Civic Theatre's 2017 Subscription Season. You can become a subscriber by booking and paying for a minimum of four (4) of the 12 Main Season shows from the season brochure at any time during the year!


Ticket Prices:

Adult Subscriber: $45.00 |  Concession Subscriber: $40.00 | Youth Subscriber: $30.00

Adults: $50.00 | Concession: $45.00 | Youth U/25: $35.00 | Group 4+: $45.00ea

Performance Dates and Times:

Thursday 4th May at 7:30pm

Friday 5th May at 11:00am

Show duration:

1 hours 40 minutes (no interval)

Age Recommendations:

Suitable for ages 15+ (Year 10 and up) Includes simulated violence, sexual and supernatural themes, haze and strobe lighting.