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4 Bisexuals and 2 Guys Named John Kill Dracula

By Lady Chamberlain Productions

Written by Zoë Rose Jennings

Bram Stoker's classic vampire novel "Dracula" is one of the most adapted works of all time. This is another one of those adaptations. They're all dating each other in this one.
Abuse/Physical violence,Adult language,Blood,Crude Humor,Drug Content,Gun/Weapon usage,Violence
The creators say this show is appropriate for ages 12-15 and up
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Cast and Crew
Chuck Vodacek (they/them)
Jonathan Harker
Chuck Vodacek is an actor, artist, and avid Dungeons and Dragons player. Recent credits include Cabal: a Play with Puzzles, King Lear, and The Winter's Tale. Thank you to the cast and crew for all your hilarity and hard work. Enjoy the show!
Brandon Willey (he/him)
Count Dracula
Brandon (Brand) Willey has returned to the stage after a 20 year acting hiatus to play the role of Dracula in 4 Bisexuals and 2 Guys Named John Kill Dracula. Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, Brandon moved to Minneapolis with his husband Bryan 2 years ago and fell in love with the Twin Cities. He currently plays Tuba in the City of Lakes Community Band and his dream is to perform as Dr. Frankenfurter in The Rocky Horror Show. He would like to thank the amazing cast, stage manager Emily and Director/Writer Zoë for their hard work to make this show a reality.
Raya Storm (she/they)
Mina Murray
Raya Storm is new to the Twin Cities and is excited to be making their local acting debut at the Fringe Festival. Before the pandemic, she could be seen on stage at Theatre B in Fargo or at Concordia College Moorhead.
Calista Robinson (she/they)
Lucy Westenra
Calista is ecstatic to fulfill her lifelong dream of getting her blood sucked by a vampire! This is her third time performing at the Fringe Festival, and her second time working with Lady Chamberlain Productions. When she’s not acting, Calista is likely playing D&D, writing something that she will probably never finish, or working on some art project.
Ben Qualley (he/him)
John "Jack" Seward
Ben is thrilled to be making his Fringe debut in this delightful show with this wonderful group of folks! Ben is a freelance actor based in the Twin Cities who has recently worked with Hypnic Jerk Theatre, Lakeshore Players, Lyric Arts and others! He can next been seen in Theatre Pro Rata’s production of Bernhardt/Hamlet next month. Lastly, he would like to thank his family and friends who have continually supported his passions (acting, vampire killing, and everything in-between)!
Maxon Alexander (they/them)
Quincey Morris
A graduate of the Performing Institute of Minnesota, Max has trained in acting, improvisation, and sketch comedy and is very excited to be in their first fringe show! Max's favorite roles include Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing and Miss Scarlet in Clue. When not 'sinking their teeth' into new material, Max enjoys playing mini golf, eating candy, and generally nerding out.
Leor Benjamin (he/him)
Arthur Holmwood
Leor is a multidisciplinary artist from Minneapolis, returning to the MN Fringe stage after years of training to be a ninja. He has a BFA in Cinema Art & Science from Columbia College Chicago, but don’t hold it against him. His recent acting credits include The Scranton Strangler: An Office Musical (Michael Scarn), The Rocky Horror Show (Rocky), and Daisy Brown (Alan). Leor wishes you (yes, you!) a weird and entertaining Fringe, and hopes to see you next time.
Kjer Whiting (he/him)
Abraham Van Helsing
Kjer was most recently seen in True West at Theatre in the Round and the Crucible with Hang Fire Productions. He is excited to be in his first Fringe comedy in several years, having played Pope Joan in Pope Joan: the First Transgender Pope and Lucius in Titus, among other not-so-funny but still really good Fringe shows.
Zoë Rose Jennings (she/her)
Zoë Rose Jennings is a twin-cities based actor, poet, and playwright originally from rural Wisconsin. She was most recently seen as an actor in The Importance of Being Earnest with Glowing Ember and Cabal with Walking Shadow Theatre Company. Her previous Fringe ventures include true crime dramedy Virality and meta queer fantasy Rosemary Daughter and the Rest of Her Life.
Emily Lefrancois (she/her)
Stage Manager
Emily Lefrancois is thrilled to be a part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival this year and, as the stage manager, has thoroughly enjoyed ensuring Dracula gets murdered on a very specific schedule. She's incredibly grateful for the dedication of the cast and crew and hopes everyone enjoys this revamped take on Dracula.
Mike Lubke (he/him)
Fight Choreographer
Terri Ristow (she/her)
Props Designer
Ian Fee (they/he)
Props Assistant
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U of M law student Jonathan Harker, having just passed the bar, is encouraged to take an exciting job opportunity in a remote (and internet-less) Romanian castle by his fiancé, Mina. As a result, Jonathan inadvertently sends an ancient, hungry vampire to Minnesota. Luckily, three mysterious men have recently entered Mina's best friend's life--but do they have what it takes to defeat Count Dracula?

This irreverent adaptation reimagines the horror classic as set in contemporary Minneapolis, centering a cast of queer and trans protagonists.

"delightful and entertaining...a must-see" -- Broadway World

"joyful, sexy, hilarious...5 stars" -- Single White Fringe Geek
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