Act I[ edit ] Jonathan Harker , a young lawyer from England, travels to Transylvania in order to fix a deal with the elderly Count Dracula , who wants to buy a home in London Prologue. Harker enjoys a lavish supper set by his host and asks the Count if he knows anyone in England. Dracula responds that he knows Harker, and that other contacts have been made in advance to ensure his arrival in England is well received. The Count voices his desire to begin a new life in his new country "Solitary Man". Once Dracula leaves, Harker composes a letter to Mina, who herself remembers how they met "Whitby Bay". Early one morning Dracula surprises Harker while shaving, causing Harker to cut himself.
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Dracula Script - Dialogue Transcript Voila! Finally, the Dracula script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the Bela Lugosi movie. If you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line. Bela Lugosi Mina Seward Helen Chandler John Harker David Manners Renfield Dwight Frye Van Helsing Edward van Sloan Dr.
Herbert Bunston Lucy Western MAN: Oh, no! Must reach the inn before sundown! Walpurghis night. Good fellow, he is. He wants me to ask if you can wait and go on after sunrise.
We people of the mountains believe at the castle there are vampires. Dracula and his wives! They take the form of wolves and bats. They leave their coffins at night, and they feed on the blood of the living. Why I When it is gone, they leave their coffins. Come, we must go indoors. I mean, just a minute. Well, good night. The coach is led by a flying bat. Dracula: I bid you welcome. What music they make! The blood Oh, and the fire! You see, all your papers were in Allow me.
Renfield, excellent. Everything is in order, awaiting your signature. Here is the lease. We will be leaving It looks very inviting. Renfield cuts his finger on a paperclip. Just a small cut from that paperclip. I hope you will like it. You will see that I get lives Here now, get back! Nobody goes aboard this here boat until the authorities are here. Horrible tragedy! Horrible tragedy.
Look at his eyes! His craving to devour ants, flies and other small living things to obtain their blood, puzzles scientists. For your buttonhole, sir! Well, excuse me. Might I inquire Seward whose sanitarium is at Whitby?
I have just leased Carfax Abbey. I understand it adjoins your ground. May I present my daughter Mina Miss Western LUCY: How do you do? LUCY: Oh, it will a relief to see life in those dismal old windows! Well, you will excuse me. It reminds me of the broken battlements of my own castle LUCY: The abbey always reminds me of that old toast about " LUCY: Laugh all you like. Good night, Lucy. LUCY: Good night, dear. Seward, when did Miss Western have the last transfusion?
On the throat of each victim, the same two marks. No, Martin, please. Please, Martin. No, Martin. Oh, Martin, please. No, No, Martin, please. Oh, Martin, oh! Poor puny things. Who wants to eat flies? The vampire attacks the throat. It leaves two little wounds, white with red centers.
Seward, your patient Renfield, whose blood I have just analyzed, is obsessed with the idea that he must devour living things in order to sustain his own life. The vampire is a pure myth, superstition. Nothing human. But you tell me that he escapes from his room. Where does he go? Renfield, you are looking much better than you did this morning when I arrived. You understand that, do you not? Seward, send me away from this place. Send me far away! They might disturb Miss Mina. I might have known.
We know why the wolves talk, do we not, Mr. And we know how we can make them stop. It is a plant that grows in central Europe. The natives there use it to protect themselves against vampires. Oh, master, please. Not her. And just as I was commencing to get drowsy, I heard dogs howling. And when the dream came, it seemed the whole room was filled with mist.
It was so thick, I could just see the lamp by the bed, a tiny spark in the fog. And then I saw two red eyes staring at me and a white livid face came down out of the mist. It came closer and closer. I felt breath on my face It seemed as if all the life had been drained out of me.
Is there anything that might have brought this dream on? MINA: No.
Dracula: the Stage Play Written By Steven Dietz
Dracula Script - Dialogue Transcript Voila! Finally, the Dracula script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the Bela Lugosi movie. If you have any corrections, feel free to drop me a line. Bela Lugosi Mina Seward Helen Chandler John Harker David Manners Renfield
Kahn Have your say here: I found the characters hilarious and so did my children, yes some of the humour was intened for adults and went above my childrens heads, no different from the simpsons. Around the Pond in 80 Days. Banana Right, the play was good. A s Radio Christmas Carol. Although sometimes, off-putting, singing was aided by people singing off-stage, but this just added to the volume of that on stage. Moviestorm — Dracula Spectacular Various interior and exterior settings.
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