Dracula: The Musical?
Dracula: The Musical? has a question mark at the end of it because it is a farce. Who in their right mind would dance and sing about Dracula? Well, I did for one. It was the basic story of Dracula being tracked down by Van Helsing but not before he turned poor Mina into one of his undead slaves. Some of the music was great and fun. Some of it was difficult and I couldn't grasp what the composer was trying to accomplish. At any rate, the cast was superb with Ron, Ashley, Pam, Daniel, Giselle, Tanya, Leah, Me, and Hal on the Piano. There was acting, singing, dancing, winking, tomfoolery, and bonding. During breaks I would play sad songs on the piano. Some thought I should be practicing my music for the play instead. Life is no fun if you work and practice all the time. The set was designed, built, and painted by Jimmy Gwin, Flora Elmore, Audry Elmore, and me. Ron & Amber Riley got us the cool furniture.