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Wednesday, January 9, 2019

DRACULA'S SOUL ~ a new stage adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula

New stage adaptation of Bram Stoker's classic novel Dracula is available for purchase to read privately or to rent for production thru the playwright only.

Professionally printed in the U.S. on glossy paper with black fabric tape spine binding, the book is 85 pages in total and is approximately 8x10 inches.

DRACULA'S SOUL
Van Helsing battles Dracula for Mina Harker's soul.

7m/3f or 11m/8f  (doubling permitted)
3 Acts (2 possible intermissions)
4 main simple sets (castle, parlor, bedroom, asylum)
with additional locations indicated thru furniture alone
(for example: a train seat for train travel, tombstones for a cemetery).

Props, furniture, special and sound effects lists included.
Note: There is NO gunshot employed.

Suitable for community theatres and for college, high school or church theatres.
Not suitable for middle school.

Full productions only. Staged readings not allowed. 

Professional theatres are welcome to inquire but at a different rate.

2019 Fee Schedule 
$15 first copy to read only
$10 all additional copies (cast and crew) for production run
$50 production royalty per performance during production run
Free shipping

5 page sample available as pdf at no charge.

Estimated charge for a two weekend, six performance run, 20 books for cast and crew, plus tax is $551.05. Must be paid in advance before any books ship.

U.S. productions only.

All rights retained by playwright. 

Playwright requires 2 printed programs with the mandatory words "By arrangement with the playwright" on the front cover. Show photographs and reviews after the production may be sent and are welcome but not required.

Playwright has the right to decline a sale for any reason.

Orders must be placed by April 1, 2019.

Contact purplepuddingstoneproductions at gmail dot com for sample pdf, order form and/or production contract.                                 

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