Harvard Dramatic Club Will Give Own "Dracula" Version
Planning to wrest all the horror possible out of green light effects, an inter-mission-dimmed house, deceptive draperies, and revised dialogue, the Harvard Dramatic Club will present its own version of "Dracula," a stage adaptation of Dram Stoker's famous novel, on August 20, 21, 22 in Sanders Theatre.
Robert F. Keahy '45, will direct a cast which has not yet been completely chosen. However, John W. Sullivan '43, who took the lead in Pi Eta's "Blende's for Defense," and Gitty Wind, a Club veteran who acted in last spring's production, have already been assigned parts.
With the emphasis on entertainment rather than on art, the play will offer thrills and excitement at newly instituted popular summer prices, reduced to enable as many as possible to see the production.