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Bite! Bite!
Rock Opera
Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower
Molyneux Entertainment
LAS VEGAS: The Stratosphere Casino Hotel and Tower and Molyneux Entertainment presents BITE, an erotic rock and roll review about vampires. BITE is an erotic and sensual topless review based on deliciously evil vampires with a simple story line of sin, sex and seduction. The show centers around the Lord Vampire and his search for the perfect female specimen that he will seduce and make the Queen of the Night. Aiding the Lord is his coven of sultry and nimble dancers, the Erotic Angels of Rock. Their story will be told through the classic rock songs of the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s. Throughout the show audience members will be chosen to become part of the erotic adventure. “BITE is not about the blood, guts and gore of vampire lore, but rather the power and sexual mysticism that make vampires so feared and loved. BITE seduces the mortal with the promise of immortality,” says Tim Molyneux, BITE producer and president of Molyneux Entertainment. Tim Molyneux has been producing live entertainment since 1989. Under the slogan “From Concept to Creation to Completion” Molyneux Entertainment specializes in comprehensive creative services for a variety of live entertainment productions. While BITE is Molyneux Entertainment’s first foray into Las Vegas, there are currently 14 productions running that have been created by the Molyneux team. Molyneux Entertainment’s past and current client list includes Royal Caribbean, Cunard’s Queen Mary II, Sony Entertainment, Walt Disney World, Elton John and Playboy. Showtime is 10:30 p.m. nightly, except Thursday, in the Stratosphere’s Theater of the Stars Showroom. The show is dark on Thursday. Tickets are $34.95, plus tax and handling fee. Guests must be 18 years-old or older to attend. Cocktails may be purchased prior to entering the showroom at the Theater of the Stars Bar. For tickets or more information, call (702) 380-7711 or (800) 99-TOWER. Las Vegas Entertainment


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Dracula Dracula
Stage Play
Bingham Theatre
Actors Theatre of Louisville is preparing the fangs and the fake blood for the 10th anniversary production of the popular vampire thriller "Dracula." Once again, Bram Stoker's story of a blood-sucking count on the prowl for immortal brides will be staged in the round in the Bingham Theatre with a plethora of special effects created by Actors Theatre designers. The show is directed by William McNulty, who also appears in the show as Dr. Van Helsing, renowned vampire expert. Randolph Curtis Rand of New York will demonstrate his hypnotic powers in the title role. The play previews at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and opens at 7:30 p.m. next Friday. Tickets are $26 to $30. Subscribers receive a 10 percent discount, and children 10-14 will receive a 50 percent discount for shows performed Sunday through Thursday. To reserve tickets, call (502) 584-1205.


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ht"> DANCE OF THE VAMPIRES
Broadway Musical
Opened: November 21, 2002
Closed: Jan. 25, 2003
Minskoff Theatre
MICHAEL CRAWFORD stars
Producers: BOB BOYETT, USA OSTAR THEATRICALS, ANDREW BRAUNSBERG, ROY FURMAN, MICHAEL GARDNER, LAWRENCE HOROWITZ, LEXINGTON ROAD PRODUCTIONS, DAVID SONENBERG
A new musical by: JIM STEINMAN & MICHAEL KUNZE
Based on a film by: ROMAN POLANSKI
Music & lyrics by: JIM STEINMAN
Choreography by: JOHN CARRAFA
Directed by: JOHN RANDO
NEW YORK: We are in a Transylvanian graveyard near a village with an unpronounceable name. It is three nights before Halloween, 1880-something. Sarah, the beautiful teenage daughter of the local innkeeper, is out picking mushrooms when a pack of very cool young vampires appears out of the mist, dancing with rapturous abandon. Sarah is entranced as a coffin rises from the ground containing the mesmerizing and extremely cool Count Von Krolock (alias Michael Crawford). The Count sings to Sarah seductively and promises to return for her at the total eclipse of the moon--when Sarah, in exchange for a small bite, can become Queen of the Vampires and rule the world. How can any small-time girl resist? But then arrives Professor Abronsius, a rather intensely wacky vampire killer, with his ardent and Byronic assistant Alfred. Alfred is instantly smitten by Sarah and vice versa. Torn between Alfred and the Count, Sarah runs off to Krolock's castle, pursued by Alfred and Abronsius. There are ecstatic love duets, close encounters, unbridled dancing, wild comedy and, of course, bats and a madman named Boris. Sarah has to choose between earthly love with Alfred, or eternal passion with Krolock in the Vampire State Building. The climactic vampire dance erupts as the moon starts to eclipse, and everybody somehow manages to find happiness....Transylvania-style. [www.danceofthevampires.com]


Penobscot Theatre Company Dracula: Baptism of Blood
Stage Play
Penobscot Theatre Company
Sept. 24-Oct. 3, 2004
Opera House, 131 Main St. in Bangor. 942-3333
7 p.m. / 8 p.m. Tickets range in price from $12-25.
Mark Torres, producing artistic director
The infamous Count Dracula charms and harms depending on the position of the setting sun. Don't miss it! a pale woman draped in a frilly white gown lay ill in her bed on stage. In a nearby window, the shadow of a figure rose, the glass frames opened and a tall man pulled her into an eerie embrace, her neck exposed and longing for his bite. Afterward, she fell back on the bed, drained. Lifted from the pages of Bram Stoker's classic tale, the scene is haunting and frightening, which is what Mark Torres, producing artistic director at Penobscot Theatre Company, wanted for the production of "Dracula" that opens the performance season Friday night. [http://ptc.maineguide.com/].


Dracula Dracula
Stage Play
Bingham Theatre
Actors Theatre of Louisville is preparing the fangs and the fake blood for the 10th anniversary production of the popular vampire thriller "Dracula." Once again, Bram Stoker's story of a blood-sucking count on the prowl for immortal brides will be staged in the round in the Bingham Theatre with a plethora of special effects created by Actors Theatre designers. The show is directed by William McNulty, who also appears in the show as Dr. Van Helsing, renowned vampire expert. Randolph Curtis Rand of New York will demonstrate his hypnotic powers in the title role. The play previews at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday and opens at 7:30 p.m. next Friday. Tickets are $26 to $30. Subscribers receive a 10 percent discount, and children 10-14 will receive a 50 percent discount for shows performed Sunday through Thursday. To reserve tickets, call (502) 584-1205.


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