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Orlando Theater BlogIn Friday's Calendar section, I highlight many of the spooky offerings coming to Orlando's stages in time for Halloween, including “Dracula” at the University of Central Florida. Count Dracula (Luke Bernard) makes his move on Lucy (Hallie...
Orlando Theater BlogIs it ironic to point out that âDraculaâ seems dated? I mean, the title character has been around for 500 years, weâre told. But Draculaâs story, onstage at the University of Central Florida, seems a throwback to another time. Wat...
Zap2It.comHe's been out in the desert of Mexico overseeing a zombie apocalypse, but producer Jeremy Bolt is happy to offer some information on upcoming projects including "Castlevania" and a "Death Race 2000" remake. Speaking to reporters on the Mexico City set of...
Tribune staff reporterThere was a moment of comic relief during Claudia Durst Johnson's lecture this week on "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the Harold Washington Library Center. Johnson, an expert on Lee's classic work, had been talking about the literary underpinnings of the...
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Tribune Music CriticChicago is having a veritable Philip Glass festival this season, with his operas "In the Penal Colony" opening next month at the Court Theatre and "The Marriages Between Zones Three, Four and Five" due at the DePaul University Opera Theater in June. And...
Times Staff WriterFrankenstein, the Wolf Man and Dracula in the same movie? Awesome. Or so 'Van Helsing' might be if it had a distinct identity.Loud, busy and not a little frenetic, "Van Helsing" is an example of nepotism run amok, a case study of the difficulties you...
Chicago Tribune Movie Critic3 stars (out of 4) "Van Helsing," Stephen Sommers' high-tech revision of three Universal horror classics--"Dracula," "Frankenstein" and "The Wolf Man"--is a movie that's underwritten, overdirected, overproduced and almost constantly over-the-top. But it'...
Chicago Tribune Movie Critic3 stars (out of 4) "Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary" is yet another vampire film, one more revival of Bram Stoker's evil and insatiable count. But this time, it's one that may surprise you. Stoker's oft-filmed legend of the bloodthirsty undead is...
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TIMES STAFF WRITERFriday September 1, 1995 In the title role of Michael Almereyda's "Nadja," an elegant, witty but also sometimes tedious spin on the legend of Dracula, Elina Lowensohn is a black-caped beauty with a bold Frida Kahlo face. A rich, restless denizen...
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