The VAMPIRES Are Back
How long can love survive? What would you do if a stranger turned up out of nowhere and says that he’s been looking for you for 400 years? A stranger who challenges your dreams, your self-image and the future you’ve planned? Love is surprising. Is eternity a blessing? Or does death set you free? And what scares you the most – daylight or darkness? In an opera based on Bram Stoker’s famous novel from 1897, we follow Mina, whose orderly existence changes forever when she falls in love with a mysterious man.
Dracula premiered at the Royal Swedish Opera just in time for Halloween 2017, and was celebrated by audiences and critics alike. A breath-taking production with everything you could wish for on an opera stage – scary romance, Victorian fashion and magnificent choirs. A broken heart. Revenge. And blood.
DRACULA wins award
The Royal Swedish Opera has received the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce Boosting the Capital award with the motivation, »The Royal Swedish Opera is awarded for their innovative production of Dracula.Draculahas been made accessible to a new, wider and younger audience by means of a vampire night, light show and marketing. The result is a more enjoyable and inclusive.«