Why See Dracula?
I don't drink...wine
Head to Segerstrom Hall this Halloween for an extra special showing of the Count's most beloved outing, Tod Browning's 1931 Dracula. Starring Bela Lugosi as the notorious Vampire, it first introduced our ideas of a charming, swaggering villain, a concept that has influenced writers and artists ever since.
Originally presented either as a silent movie or a revolutionary talkie, 1998 saw distributors Universal taking the inspired step to ask Philip Glass and The Kronos Quartet to compose a new score for the movie. The result is a haunting and evocative narrative that captures the intensity and atmosphere of the craven Count Dracula as he wreaks chaos and tragedy across Europe on his bloodthirsty quest.
Performance date: 28 October 2017
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