St. Luke's had never seen anything like it—the suspense, intrigue and fine acting of this year's Upper School production of Dracula entranced its audiences on both nights.
The play was written by Steven Dietz who took inspiration from the Gothic novel written by Irish novelist Bram Stoker in 1897.
Directed by Jereme Anglin, Director of Theatre Arts, Dracula was brought to life by an acting ensemble that included a few first time actors who presented their lines with impressive foreign accents that delighted the audience.
The eerie, tragic feel of the play was created by the talented Tech Crew who built the sets, designed the dramatic lighting schemes and devised the music and sound effects that made the play a standout production.
St. Luke's theatre benefits annually from the help of parent volunteers who take on the task of costumes and makeup—their handiwork this year was especially impressive and gave audiences characters and monsters they will long remember.
Congratulations to the cast and crew for yet another season of stellar showmanship!
To see more photos from the play, visit the SLS Media Gallery.