Artistic Director Richard Davis has written an original play called Dracula about the iconic vampire that brings the story into modern times.
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Davis' goal is to make this age-old story scary again.
"The things that scared people in the Victorian era don't scare people today because this play has been spoofed, been satirized so many times over the years that we've seen it all and we laugh at it," said Davis.
So he's making the characters in his original work look inward.
"We're very happy pointing the finger at everybody else and telling them what they're doing wrong, but when we've got to look in a mirror we don't like that very much, so our version of Dracula really takes a look inside each person," said Davis.
Dracula is just the latest in a string of spooky Halloween performances over the years, which include Night of the Living Dead and Bug.
"We've made a mark in Wilmington for doing awesome Halloween productions year after year," said Davis. "It's kind of our thing, so people really look forward to what are we going to do."