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Dracula: The Game of Love

Dracula: The Game of Love

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Dracula: The Game of Love
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Dracula: The Game of Love
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Dracula: The Game of Love
Dracula: The Game of Love

Pictured above: John Andrew Clark, Jason Patrick Sands, Angela Gaylor, Annie Leri, Tory Ross, Barry Horbal, Ashley Brown, Josh Dazell, Will Ray, Blake Ginther, Kelsey McElfresh and members of the company.

Dracula: The Game of Love

Production Photographs by Mark Lyons

 

 

 

 

 

 

DRACULA: THE
GAME OF LOVE

music and lyrics by
Richard Oberacker

book and Lyrics by
Michael Lazar

directed by
Aubrey Berg

musical direction by
Roger Grodsky

choreography by
Diane Lala

February 2002

 

Richard Oberacker

 

RICHARD
OBERACKER


Richard Oberacker is currently the conductor of Cirque Du Soleil's most extravagant show KA at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. He has previously worked for Cirque Du Soleil as the original conductor and orchestrator of Dralion, making him the first American conductor to be hired by the renowned company. He has also served as conductor for the first national tour of Disney's The Lion King as well as associate conductor for tours of Show Boat, Cats and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Music of the Night. As a composer his musical The Gospel According to Fishman was commissioned by Clear Channel Entertainment and received its premiere at the Signature Theater in the Washington D.C. area under the direction of Eric D. Schaeffer. His musical Dracula: The Game of Love premiered at the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and his musical A Little Theatre premiered at the Aurelia Theater in Cincinnati. In That Valley was presented at the NAMT Festival of New Works in 1999.

 

Banner above and below: John Andrew Clark as Dracula and Angela Gaylor as Mina.