Leave, a World-Premiere Play About the Military's Policy on Gays by Urban Samurai
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Dracula -- the world's favorite and most famous vampire -- may best be known for his bloodcurdling (and slurping) feats of shape-shifting, mesmerization and allurement ... but sometimes he's just gotta sing! An upbeat and humorous musical spoof of Bram Stoker's immortal creation, Dracula: The Musical follows its young heroine, Sarah, as she journeys to 505 Transylvania Avenue -- prompting a fun, funny and family-friendly adventure that features classic horror film favorites like Igor and the Bride of Frankenstein. Celebrate the Halloween season with songs and howls of laughter courtesy of the Youth Performance Company. Learn More
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What an amazing show. I have recommended it to many friends and colleagues as a not to be missed production. The acting was superb, the staging just right and the storyline believing with a surprise ending. I appreciated the authenticity with which all scenes were carried out...from the intimacy between two men to life on the frontlines of battle to a mother's love for her son and his husband.
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This show was five stars. There were 3 or 4 minor flaws in the plot details that weren't explained by the dialogue, but the overall play was great. It went beyond the main DADT issue also to cover other aspects of soldiers' and stateside...continued
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Written by Matthew A. Everett
Directed by Matthew Greseth
Starring James Doyle, Derek Ewing, Ryan Henderson, Jack C. Kloppenborg, and Tina Sigel