Dracula Review 2019 TV-Show Series Cast Crew Online

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Dracula Review 2019 TV-Show Series Cast Crew Online

Creators:Mark Gatiss, Steven Moffat

Stars: Claes Bang, Morfydd Clark, Mark Gatiss

Review: Since Bram Stoker investigated his Gothic novel of 1897 in this same building, there is a certain logic for Dracula to become the first theatrical show to be presented here in the 178-year history of the Library of London. The production is the work of the Creation Theater, based in Oxford, specific to the site, and turns the normally quiet reading room into a place of macabre horror, but not for the first time, I thought that the English vice is the adaptation.

Since Kate Kerrow’s report was to provide a script for two actors, she faced an obvious problem condensing a novel that uses multiple storytellers. His solution is to focus on the relationship between sexually dysfunctional lawyer Jonathan Harker and his more adventurous wife, Mina, who seeks to understand the mysterious death of her friend Lucy. This means that the two actors have to play a lot of other characters, including Dr. Seward, Professor Van Helsing and Renfield, and that Harker’s fatal visit to Dracula’s castle is now nearing the end of the story and not as your starting point.

There are two great difficulties with this. The story would be practically incomprehensible unless you have read the book and it is difficult to follow, even if you have done so. Kerrow also seems unsure about the importance of Dracula sucking blood, whom we never see. His vampirism is presented as a harmful virus that infects future generations and a symbol of a demonic sexual force to which the repressed Harkers finally surrender. I have heard about the Library of Congress, but I had never witnessed the congress in the library before.

Confronted with a confusing narrative, Helen Tennison’s production launches works: ominous music, vulpine howls, coffins’ lids that rise from the upper balcony and even a pair of incorporeal and bright eyes suggesting a sequel to Cats called Bats. The two actors, Sophie Greenham and Bart Lambert, do an excellent job of guiding us through history. However, I kept thinking that I would rather have a play about Stoker’s complex psyche, including his obsession with Henry Irving, rather than another attempt to summarize his loose book.

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