What do you get when you cross Dracula with a podcast? Bite-sized episodes that will have you howling with laughter! Welcome to the official companion podcast for off-Broadway’s Dracula A Comedy of Terrors, now playing at New World Stages.
Direct from Canada (where they completely mess up the melody to "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes"), Dracula himself kicks off this inaugural podcast episode. James left a slipper on stage on opening night, sometimes forgets to powder his abs, and once or twice has gone out on stage without his fangs.
If you give her a real corset, she'll wear it forever! A fan of authentic costumes and even authentic-er accents, Jordan Boatman, who plays Lucy (and others) in Dracula, answers her fang mail while trying to read Andrew's lips at the same time she's listening to death metal music.
From gender bending characters to throwing holy water in AKB's face, we're here for all things Arnie. Within the teeny weeny confines of their dressing room at New World Stages, AKB and Arnie are always in the midst of a kiki. This time, we get to listen in....
One of AKB's longest friends, Ellen Harvey, the queen of switching characters mid-scene, brings us her quick wit for this episode. Did you know she grew up in a house that was actually haunted? Neither did we! But that certainly might explain a few quirks we love about her.
What do you get when you cross a grown up with a love for comedy with someone who wouldn't quit their night job? Why, Steve Rosen of course! This long-time writer and actor spills the beans on what it was like bringing Dracula A Comedy of Terrors to life (no pun intended), why he's haunted by children, and why he can't stand horror movies.
One might call Gordon Greenberg the driving force behind this sucker (pun intended). He sits down with Andrew for what very well might be the final episode of the podcastula for awhile (what is a podcastula, anyway?).
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