Tuesday, September 20
Theater Review: IRT: Dracula
Jennifer Joan Thompson brings to the stage, Lucy, the opposition: a lighthearted, fully alive personality which proves the ultimate temptation to the wicked immortal.
With the minimalist stage, scenic designer Robert Mark Morgan allows no one to escape the dark realities or the scientific mood.
Director Peter Amster permits the overtly sensual mood to permeate the theater, emotionally saturating theatergoers with the pulsating need of the Count of Transylvania: blood.
Bottom Line: IRT's "Dracula" sets the standard for all Indianapolis area theaters to reach this season.
Photo Credit: JulieCurryPhotography.com
For Dracula tickets, performance times and details, visit IRTLive.com.
Elizabeth J. Musgrave is a syndicated columnist, travel writer, performing arts and restaurant critic. Catch her as Indy’s Arts & Entertainment Adviser on 93 WIBC, and follow her on Twitter @GottaGo and Facebook. Gotta Go is published in M magazine and the following newspapers: South Sider Voice, Indiana Weekender, New Palestine Reporter, Pendleton Times Reporter and Fortville-McCordsville Reporter.