PHOTO: © Arno Declair


In the organizer's words:

Dracula, probably the most famous vampire in cultural history and a synonym for evil par excellence, was invented in 1897 by the Irish writer Bram Stoker. Jonathan Harker, who is held captive in Dracula's castle, his wife Mina, who narrowly escapes the vampire's spell, and the scientist and vampire hunter Van Helsing appear in countless adaptations of Stoker's horror story to this day. Johanna Wehner, known for her elaborately composed text versions, stages "Dracula" as a study of a society that fanatically fends off an external threat that seems to be targeting its well-ordered world. With the identification of a monstrous other, its members become radicalized in order to protect what is supposedly good and their own.

by Johanna Wehner after Bram Stoker / Director: Johanna Wehner

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Price information:

Theater day on 20.05. - all seats 8/12€!


Schauspiel Frankfurt Neue Mainzer Straße 17 60311 Frankfurt am Main