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The Rise and Fall of Dracula

immersive theatre · cadame co. · Ages 16+ · flashing lights · world premiere · United States of America

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NIKKI MULLER certified reviewer June 04, 2017
tagged as: immersive · intense · movement · dark · thrilling · unique · excellent
This was a really intriguing, fully immersive theatrical experience-- I felt totally transported by the ambiance-- candles, white sheets, and a mysterious cast ushered us into our experience and lined us up, and the entire first scene of the show took place ina narrow corridor. The piece integrates dance, movement and some REALLY intense stage combat, all happening inches away from the audience-- I honestly have no idea how they manage not to kick someone in the face, the precision of movement is so crisp! This is not a show you'll get to tune out during-- scenes move through the space, audience is moved around, and sometimes you might even wind up in the scene somehow! The performers were all absolutely amazing, which is why I would above a... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 08, 2017
I think it is a stretch to call this "immersive" just because we were moved around physically through the space. The play could use some significant improvements, but might in the long run be best suited within the confines of a proscenium arch. As presented, the shortcomings of the production served as a consistent distraction from the storyline. ... full review
An entertaining and intriguing theatrical version of a gothic classic (well, actually two). Kudos to Dracula, Lucy, Harker, Van Helsing, Mina and Seward in particular for bring so much nuance on stage. I have seen so many DRACULAs on stage so that am forever looking for an original, intriguing one. This production certainly qualifies on so many levels. Bravo! ... full review
RACHEL LOCKHART certified reviewer June 12, 2017
Really cool! Engaging story! Never a dull moment!... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 12, 2017
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2017
tagged as: immersive · horror theater · dance
There are so many good things about the production--lighting, music, atmosphere, interaction, immersive elements--that the flaws are quite stark in comparison. I feel that some great opportunities for exploration of feminine power, sexuality, authority, and creation (creating another vampire like you as a metaphor for childbirth) were left lying on the table. There's a lot of potential. ... full review
TINKS LOVELACE certified reviewer June 16, 2017
tagged as: Bold · strong · Brave · femalecentric · female director
Strong vision from the team at CADAME CO. Watch this show!... full review
DEBORAH FURMAN certified reviewer June 19, 2017
I really enjoyed this production from beginning to end. Totally engaged and entertained throughout. ... full review
MATTHEW ROBINSON certified reviewer June 19, 2017
tagged as: fun · creative · imaginative · superb · well acted · unique · dance · spooky
A masterstroke of immersive theater that quickly became one of my favorite plays of the Fringe. Detailed, creative, spooky, fun and imaginative this is one show not to miss!... full review
ANONYMOUS July 16, 2017
Loved this show!! I was totally surprised by the roaming theater way of telling this story, but I think it will very well into the space and I enjoyed that very much. The theater space was pretty perfect. I liked the actors, the clothing, the way they told the story. I liked the TWIST on the classic story, won't say what it is because I don't want to create spoilers. The cast did a great job. The music was great. overall enjoyed it very much! Was also surprised by how PHYSICAL the show was. Didn't anticipate it.... full review

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