Delayed until further notice: but we'll rise from the dead soon enough—can't keep a Vampire down for long!
It's our 20th year and our 40th show, and we're pulling out all the stops. The stakes are high (and pointed) as mysterious deaths and disappearances threaten to stop the Prom! But those who have invested far too much time and energy into the perfect dress vow that no one living or dead (or undead) will ruin their big night.
We'll be featuring music from a variety of Broadway shows and the pop catalogue—stay tuned, and be positive ... or O negative, either way.
Click on the "Buy Tickets" button to buy tickets (yes, we're that obvious.) And we hope you have a terrific time at our 40th production!
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The vampire as we know it first came to life (so to speak) in John Polidori's 1819 tale The Vampire, written as part of the same friendly rivalry that resulted in Frankenstein. Bram Stoker's Dracula seared the image of the urbane vampire into popular culture, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer is the best TV show ever, just saying. Oh, and "prom" is short for Promenade Dance. Who knew?