29 October – 14 November, 2015
Little Ones Theatre

Theatre Works

Director: Stephen Nicolazzo
Set and Costume Designer: Eugyeene Teh
Lighting Designer: Katie Sfetkidis
Sound Designers: Daniel Nixon
Costume:Tessa Leigh Wolffenbuttel Pit

Photos by Sarah Walker

“The Melbourne company’s Dracula is one part Artaud, one part Annie Sprinkle. Not so much Theatre of Cruelty as theatre of cruel tease” Chris Boyd – The Australian

Director Stephen Nicolazzo immerses the performances in atmospheric design: Katie Sfetkidis‘ lighting, Daniel Nixon’s gothic sound, and the coffins and curtains and glittering black astroturf of Eugyeene Teh’s set.  – Cameron Woodhead – The Age

…Katie Sfetkidis‘ dramatic lighting design is a highlight with some memorable moments created from its play with darkness and shadows… Myron My – Theatre Press

“The production is triumph of theatrical design and visual storytelling.” – Maggie Journal

Katie Sfetkidis’s lighting is thoughtful and witty… Tim Byrne – Time Out

Interview with Neos Kosmos

A high camp homage to silent cinema and the ultimate queer hero, The Prince of Darkness. From acclaimed company, Little Ones Theatre (Stephen Nicolazzo, Katie Sfetkidis and Eugyeene Teh) comes a new theatrical event – gothic and erotic with a comic bent. This DRACULA will delve deep into the cinematic history of horror – from Bela Legosi to Gary Oldman, Buster Keaton to Catherine Deneuve, and a soupcan of Nosferatu – and bring it to the stage in all its bawdy desire, and gory glory. With excessive eyeliner. And carnal desire.