Greenville bites back with Dracula show

October 20, 2012 by  

A small town, little theatre production of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is set to be ‘sink your teeth in’ fun later this month, taking place in the form of a hilarious new comedy through V. Cate and Duke Ernsberger. ‘Dracula Bites’ spirals uncontrollably but the audience will be surprised by the outcome.

The Heritage Green, home of the Greenville Little Theatre, is a cultural and arts campus that consists of four individual museums: Greenville’s County Museum of Art, the Upcountry History Museum, the Museum and Gallery of Heritage Green, and the Children’s Museum. Inside is Hughes Library, a branch of the Greenville County Library, and the Little Theatre that uses the green rooms to create wonderful plays.

Poster printing, brochure printing, and flyer printing were probably used to promote this humorous play to members of the public and people in neighboring communities. Tickets are now on sale and vary depending on seating selection.

Dracula Bites will be performed from October 26 – 28 and November 1 – 10 at the Greenville Little Theatre located at 444 College Street in Greenville, South Carolina. To purchase tickets, or to see what else is playing, please visit the Greenville Little Theatre website or call its box office at 864-233-6238. All shows are at 8:00 pm with the exception of Sunday’s shows, beginning at 3:00 pm.

Later this season, the Greenville Little Theatre will be presenting ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ from December 7 – 16 and Emile Pandolfi, a gifted pianist, on February 14, so these are a couple of options through which locals can entertain friends, family, and themselves coming up to Christmas and early 2013.