DRACULA

DRACULA FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23TH IS SOLD OUT!

DATES ADDED! SUNDAY OCTOBER 24TH AND WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27TH OPENED DUE TO HIGH DEMAND!

Dracula The Failings of Men

ON SALE NOW! ONLY 199 SPOTS AVAILABLE FOR EACH PERFORMANCE.

LIMITED VIP EXPERIENCES AVAILABLE

Dracula: The Failings of Men

Synopsis: A ghost ship washes ashore near London in 1897 and an ancient evil springs to life! DRACULA is an action-horror reimagining of the classic Bram Stoker novel. Walk along with Ada Van Helsing as she battles against the darkness in this cirque inspired adaptation.

Our Dracula is not a typical theatre show. In our production, patrons follow the action as they stroll through the theatre. This show is not recommended for Children under 10.

Where: Mountainside Theatre, home of “Unto These Hills” 688 Drama Road, Cherokee, North Carolina, 28719

Capacity: Limited to 199 patrons per show

When: Select days, October 1-31, 2021

First Release days: Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Overflow Days: Wednesday and Sunday

House will open at 7:00 PM Show Starts at 7:30 PM Show runs approximately 90 minutes**Tickets will be sold for Thursday through Saturday until it is necessary to release more tickets. If more seats are needed CHA will release Wednesday and/or Sunday tickets.

Pricing: Tickets are $30.00

Enrolled Members $20.00 (with enrollment card) Limit one per enrollment card.

(20) VIP Experiences are available each night for an extra $20.00. (Ticket + VIP Upgrade)

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Our other attractions:

Spring and Summer: Unto These Hills is one of the nation’s foremost outdoor dramas. Debuting in 1950, our show has been performed for over six million visitors.  From the first contact with Europeans to the infamous and tragic Trail of Tears, Unto These Hills tells the triumphant story of the Cherokee through the eons.

Spring - Fall: The Oconaluftee Indian Village Transports you back in time to a living, working Cherokee Village of the 18th Century. Here, centuries old techniques for survival have been passed down from generation to generation and preserved in this living history site.

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