The story of Dracula told from the perspective of R M Renfield, the spider eating inmate of Dr Seward’s Asylum, which asks the question – is it really madness to want to live forever? 3 SHOWS ONLY
So you're locked in a cell with a madman whose Vampire master is expected imminently – what, are you not entertained? In this retelling of Dracula, from the perspective of Renfield – the spider eating inmate of Dr Seward’s Asylum – we get to explore life, death and immortality, and what we'll do to avoid it.
From the team behind 'The Unknown Soldier' and 'Gratiano'.
'Beautifully crafted Pinteresque monologue' ****1/2 Adelaide Advertiser on 'Gratiano'.
Grist To The Mill Productions is a British theatre company which was launched in April of 2012. Other productions include; 'Casualties' (Nominated for an Off West End Award for Best New Play), 'The Autumn of Han', 'The Unknown Soldier' (Sell out show at Edfringe 2016), 'DiaoChan', 'The Empress and Me', 'An Evening With Miss Wong', 'Moby Dick' and 'Mulan'.
Ross Ericson is an award winning actor, director and writer. As an actor he has recently appeared in productions of 'Sucker Punch',The Royal Court, 'Fewer Emergencies', The Print Room and 'Dumb Waiter', The Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. His plays 'Casualties', 'The Unknown Soldier', 'Gratiano' and 'Tom Jones' are all published by Bloomsbury Methuen. He is currently touring his solo shows 'The Unknown Soldier', 'Gratiano' and 'Moby Dick'