News accounts of strange occurrences alarm all but Lucy Seward (Jessica Quindlen), rear, who finds the allure of the suave but manipulative Count Dracula irresistible, in the SUNY Oswego theatre department's production of "Dracula," previewing Thursday, Oct. 14, and running the weekend of Oct. 15-17 at Waterman Theatre of Tyler Hall. From left are Dr. Van Helsing (Sarah Sterling), brought in to diagnose and root out the evil; Jonathan Harker (Dylan Duffy), Lucy's fiance; and Dr. Seward (Nate Roy), owner of a clinic where Dracula (Samuel Austin) sows fear. For tickets to "Dracula," based on the classic Bram Stoker novel and original Broadway play, navigate to tickets.oswego.edu, call 315-312-2141 or visit any SUNY Oswego box office.
Count Dracula (Samuel Austin), charming and suave on the outside, manipulative and evil within, waits to pounce until the Thursday, Oct. 14, preview and Oct. 15 to 17 weekend run of "Dracula," a SUNY Oswego theatre department presentation at Waterman Theatre of Tyler Hall. Based on the 19th century Bram Stoker novel and 1927 original Broadway play, "Dracula" is recommended for the warm-blooded over age 12. For tickets, navigate to tickets.oswego.edu, call 315-312-2141 or visit any SUNY Oswego box office.