Evcol Entertainment presents
A twelve-part Audio Drama
Dracula, Bram Stoker’s enduring horror classic tells the story of newly qualified lawyer Jonathan Harker, who arrives in Transylvania to meet with the mysterious Count Dracula and help him with the purchase of a London home. As a guest in Dracula’s remote and crumbling castle, perched high in the Carpathian Mountains on the borders of Transylvania, Bukovina, and Moldavia, Harker soon discovers a darker side to both his new client and his foreboding castle, resulting in him becoming a prisoner there.
Meanwhile, back in England, a catalogue of unsettling incidents unfolds. A Russian ship is wrecked on the rocks near the Yorkshire village of Whitby, there is no sign of its crew and its Captain is lashed to the helm. Strange puncture marks appear on the neck of a young woman, who is visibly wasting away before the eyes of the three suitors who had all proposed marriage on the same day. An inmate of the local lunatic asylum begins raving about the arrival of his ‘Master’, the ever-elusive Count Dracula, who himself begins seducing Harker’s devoted fiancée Wilhelmina “Mina” Murray.
Harker escapes from his prison, and after recuperating in Budapest, he joins a determined group of adversaries led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing from Amsterdam in a cross-country chase back to Dracula’s castle where they intend to have a one final show-down with the Count.
Written, Directed & Produced by Simon James Collier Adapted from Bram Stoker’s original novel
Co Producer: Adam Dechanel
Assistant Director: Helen Elliott
Soundscape Design: Zachary Elliott-Hatton Recorded at The Umbrella Rooms Studio, London Engineer: Ben Robbins
Graphic Design: Clockwork Digital Studios
Samantha Boffin, Carl Dolamore, Zachary Elliott-Hatton, Kimberley Ensor, Cristinel Hogas, Emma Hough, Mitch Howell, Grant Leat, Harriet Clare Main, Georgie Montgomery, J. B. Newman and Richard Warrick
Company website: www.evcol.com
Social media: @okaicollier @EvcolOfficial
DRACULA is Evcol Entertainment’s eigth Audio Production and will be commercially released in January 2020 along with the second wave of company’s audio productions. The piece is an adaptation of Simon James Collier’s own hugely successful stage play, which ran at The Lion and Unicorn Theatre, London in 2015.