Classic horror comes to life in the Atlanta Radio Theater Company's chilling performance of The Brides of Dracula, a retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Dramatic, nuanced narration by a talented cast of radio thespians and a spine-tingling original score by Alton Leonard set the mood for this tale of a solicitor drawn into a nightmarish, darkly erotic entanglement with a powerful vampire and his frighteningly seductive coterie of blood-sucking vampiresses. A perfectly creepy indulgence for a nighttime listen with the lights off, The Brides of Dracula won a Mark Time Award Special Award for Best Horror-Fantasy Production of the Year.
In a moonlit garden, three women with disturbing smiles wait. Their eyes gleam like opals, and the only color in the silver night is the red of their lips. They long for what they wait for.
And what they wait for comes quickly.
"Bid me enter."
Here is an erotic and unsettling retelling of the Bram Stoker classic from a different point of view. This isn't your parents' Dracula.
This is a full-cast, soundscaped audio dramatization.