KCAT presents ‘Dracula’ in time for Halloween

Great actors. Smart plays.
Bringing “Dracula” to Life
Work has begun on our world-premiere adaptation of “Dracula: A Song of Love and Death,” by Mitch Brian, and the cast and crew is excited as they build KCAT’s largest show ever!
Look below to see photos from the first read-through and get your tickets today. Act now, because there are only 11 performances of this show and you won’t want to miss it!
Don’t miss this exciting show for a short run between October 12-20th at the Spencer Theater on UMKC’s campus. Get your tickets now by using the button below or calling the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222!
We’ll also be hosting a blood drive with the Community Blood Center of Kansas City before the first public performance on October 12th. Blood donors will receive a complementary ticket to the performance on the 12th! Use the information below to set an appointment to save a life and see the first public performance of “Dracula: A Song of Love and Death” for free.
KCAT Blood Drive
Friday, October 12
3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
UMKC Performing Arts Building
4949 Cherry St., Room 119
Set An Appointment At:
Sponsor Code: kcactorstheater
Medical eligibility questions? 1-800-688-0900
Sensuous. Seductive. Sinister. Kansas City Actors Theatre presents its first-ever original production in this fresh adaptation, commissioned by KCAT, of Bram Stoker’s gothic classic. Produced in partnership with UMKC Theatre, this classic tale of obsession and desire arrives just in time for the Halloween season. Directed by John Rensenhouse after his record-breaking KCAT production of Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” last season. “Dracula” promises wickedly delicious fun, thrills, theatrical magic and intense performances.
“Dracula: A Song of Love and Death” is written by Mitch Brian, adapted from the novel by Bram Stoker. Featuring Freddy Acevedo, Yetunde Felix-Ukwu, Jason Francescon, Khalif Gilett, Dayton Hollis, Emilie Karas, Chelsea Kinser, Josh LeBrun, Marianne McKenzie, Lauren Moore, and Kip Niven under the direction of John Rensenhouse.
“Dracula: A Song of Love and Death” will perform at the Spencer Theater on UMKC’s campus from October 12 – 20. Get your tickets today at www.kcactors.org or by calling the Central Ticket Office at 816-235-6222.


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