Dracula's Treasure: A Horror Play for Young Folk Horror Book Review
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Play script. Modern mystery comedy built around the classic Dracula character, which has provided the theatre some of its most thrilling moments. One interior set. Modern costumes. Cast of 3 women, 5 men.
The Boone family has taken over an old house that has been unoccupied for ten years, and employs a housekeeper to clean, and a carpenter to repair the broken woodwork. But they keep disappearing behind sliding panels and vanishing walls—and a secret room is revealed containing a chained coffin that knocks. In the night, Dracula emerges from the coffin, and hovers ominously over Nancy, but hides in the window seat when a dark figure enters furtively through a window. Etc. So it goes for two acts, until Dracula hypnotizes the young people who have discovered his treasure, and very nearly succeeds in luring them down through the tunnel into his underworld, but is foiled in the nick of time.