Dracula Radio Play creative team members/actresses Liz Rishel and Bonnie Bogovich will be presenting “Engaging Fandoms Crafting Stories for an Established Audiences" at Super MAGFest 2019 this called Friday, Jan 4th in National Harbor, MD. One of their many 'fan-based and derivative works" projects they will discuss is our very own #DraculaRadioplay. We are also looking forward to seeing many of our cast roaming and reconnecting at the... Continue Reading →
Performer Bios from our October 2018 concert Black Swans and Spooky Songs: Gwen Schmidt, Soprano Bonnie Bogovich, Soprano Liz Rishel, Soprano Judy Kirby, Mezzo Soprano Sean Lenhart, Baritone Jim Newsome, Bass Rebekah Hill, Pianist
One third of our program is not sung in English, so here are translated Lyrics from our Black Swans and Spooky Songs concert on Sunday, October 28th. ~ "Tre volte miagola la gatta in fregola" (Witches Chorus) from Macbeth by Guiseppe Verdi Three times the cat has mewed in heat. Three times the hoopoe has... Continue Reading →
We did "Autumnal", a fall recital of spooky and maddening tunes. Then we tackled "Twitterpated", a collection of songs of love and wild infatuation... now, after a break to work on The Dracula Radio Play, the Cryptic Canticles returns to present a special spooky halloween recital, "Black Swans and Spooky Songs". Join us for songs... Continue Reading →
Episode Synopsis: Whilst sitting up with Lucy for the night, Dr. Seward notices that Lucy repeatedly tries to stave off sleep. When asked her why, she responds that sleep is not a repose for her, but a horror. Seward explains that he will protect her from bad dreams, and Lucy obligingly falls asleep. At dawn, Seward leaves Lucy in the care of a maid, and returns to his duties at the asylum. Before long, he receives a telegram from Van Helsing instructing him to return tonight to keep vigil over Lucy again.
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