Cincinnati Landmark Productions recently announced plans to focus its productions on the West Side’s Covedale Center for the Performing Arts, adding a new, smaller venue in the Incline District and foregoing the riverfront Showboat Majestic. For those who haven’t ventured west for theater, reconsider swiftly.
Dracula is a fun and well-timed gothic offering for theatergoers of all ages.
This is a three-act dramatization from 1927, reduced to two with one intermission. The first act suffers a bit from length and lack of tension, but the second makes up for it with verve.