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Re: Dracula takes the famous horror tale, breaks it up chronologically (every entry of this epistolary novel has a date), and sends the story directly to your podcatcher as it happens. Every time something happens to the characters, Re: Dracula will publish an episode, in as close to real time as it happens. Some entries will be brief, and others will be long and intense.
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Cryptic Canticles brings you Bram Stoker's Dracula presented as a Radio Play, released on the days of the journal entries in podcast format. The text is taken from Bram Stoker's classic novel, but presented in character with enhanced audio and music effects.
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Dracula Podcast

Southgate Media Group

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Home to the unofficial podcast about Dracula. News, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Check out our shows, earn more, subscribe, or contact us at www.southgatemedia.com
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Novel Context is a monthly podcast that unpacks influential books to understand the story the author was really telling, how the culture and politics of that time influenced it, and how that story still shapes us today. This season explores the novel Dracula: who Bram Stoker was, his inspirations for Count Dracula and the origins of vampires, and surprising ways this book haunts us 125 years after being published.
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The Dracula Files

StoryForge Productions

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Suppose Dracula never went to London in 1883. Suppose he waited and planned and instead set his hand against the city of San Francisco. Living in 2014, Jonathan Harker never imagined the nightmare that would engulf him when he traveled to the backwaters of Romania to complete a real estate deal with the reclusive Count Dracula. Cut off from friends, phone reception, and even basic electricity, Jonathan discovers too late that he’s walked blindly into a deathtrap. Back in San Francisco, the f ...
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In Bram Stoker's timeless classic, "Dracula," an unsuspecting English solicitor named Jonathan Harker embarks on a fateful journey to the eerie castle of the Transylvanian nobleman, Count Dracula. As Harker discovers the truth about the enigmatic count's vampiric nature, a thrilling tale unfolds. With a small band led by the astute Abraham Van Helsing, the race is on to hunt down and destroy Dracula before his sinister influence engulfs the world. Filled with suspense, horror, and unforgetta ...
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Scripted audio drama productions from Stalwart – a non-profit centered on creating evocative media and performance art. Stories include adaptations (including our premiere show: Dracula by Bram Stoker) and retold classics (our second series, Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz), along with original stories (coming in 2018). Learn more at stalwarttheatre.org.
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Jonathan Harker, jeune notaire, est envoyé en Transylvanie pour rencontrer un client, le Comte Dracula. Malgré la bienveillance de son hôte, le jeune clerc ne peut qu'éprouver une angoisse grandissante. Très vite, il se rend à la terrifiante évidence : il est prisonnier d'un homme qui n'est pas un homme mais un vampire, et qui partira bientôt hanter les nuits de Londres...Ce podcast est une adaptation sonore du roman de Bram Stoker en 5 épisodes. Adapté par Mehdi Bayad et réalisé par Christo ...
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When a mysterious ship washes ashore in Whitby, best friends Mina and Lucy begin to wonder if there’s something strange about the new kid in school. With Dr. Van Helsing as their guide, Mina and Lucy will come face to face with a terrifying threat…from the legendary Dracula himself… Starring Bradley Whitford as Grandpa Van Helsing, Suri Marrero as Mina, Genna DuQuesnay as Lucy, Ritchie Coster as Dracula, Marissa Jaret Winokur as Wren Fields, Anthony Atamanuik as Principal Quincey, Toks Olagu ...
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Dracula tells the tale of a sinister Transylvanian aristocrat who seeks to retain his youth and strength by feeding off human blood. The author, Bram Stoker, a young Victorian theater professional, was probably inspired by the strange epidemic of vampirism that occurred in remote parts of Eastern Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries. These stories were recounted by travelers who later arrived in England and other parts of Western Europe. Stoker initially meant the tale to be written as a pl ...
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Along the treacherous Borgo Pass In the mountains of Transylvania, a meek English real estate agent is on a harrowing journey to meet a new and mysterious client...who also just happens to be the most terrifying and ferocious monster the world has ever known. COUNT DRACULA!! Christopher Sieber leads an all-star cast, including John Stamos, Annaleigh Ashford, Laura Benanti, Alex Brightman, James Monroe Iglehart, Richard Kind, Rob McClure, Ashley Park, Alan Tudyk, Kathy Fitzgerald, Jeff Kready ...
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John Seward picks up the pieces from his rejected proposal to Lucy Westenra by returning to work. He begins to study one of his inmates, R.M, Renfield.Quincy Morris invites his dear friend Arthur Holmwood to an evening of drinking and revelry with himself and John Seward. He cautions him not to gloat excessively about winning Lucy’s hand. Follow us…
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May 25: Dr. Seward and Quincey P. Morris handle rejection. Differently. This episode contains medical ableism regarding mental illness. Transcript here. This episode featured: Jonathan Sims as Jack Seward; and Giancarlo Herrerra as Quincey P. Morris. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Featu…
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Lucy Westenra writes to Mina Murray that she has just become engaged to Arthur Holmwood, but not before she rejected two heart-breaking proposals, one from John Seward, and the other from a Texan friend, Quincey Morris. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.com…
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With your help, we were able to donate $1035 to Majed Shala and his family! Majed is a visual artist who lost his home, his studio, and all of the artistic works that he had worked on for 35 years because of the war on Gaza. His family of 10 is trying to get out of Gaza through Rafah border into Egypt. If you bought the audiobook this week, know yo…
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May 19: Jonathan Harker now knows the span of his life. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Mine…
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Jonathan Harker investigates the room wherein he saw the three supernatural women two days prior, but finds that the door has been secured from the inside, and forcibly shut against his entry. Follow us on Twitter.com/CryptiCanticles, Facebook.com/DraculaRadioPlay, and at crypticcanticles.comgwenix tarafından oluşturuldu
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May 18: Jonathan Harker must know the truth. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Minear, and Hannah Wright. A Bloody FM Produc…
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Having fallen asleep in a strange room in the Count’s Castle, Jonathan Harker awakes to the sight of three ethereal ladies watching him. Pretending to be asleep, Jonathan waits while one of them presses her lips to his neck before the Count appears in a rage driving the women away from him. The Count produces a bag containing a human baby, which th…
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May 16: Dracula feeds his guests. This episode contains the implied death of a child. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; Bonnie Calderwood Aspinwall, Caroline Mincks, and Madi Opincaru as Vampyresses; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Stephen Indrisano. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design …
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Jonathan observes the Count climbing down the wall from his window several more times, and notices that the Castle is built on an outcropping so it is only accessible from one side. Once the Count was out of the castle, Jonathan goes exploring and finds the the front door was locked, and the key missing so he might not escape. He discovers a door w…
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Lucy Westenra writes to Mina Murray about the latest gossip. She is spending a lot of time with Arthur Holmwood, and her mother thinks him a fine fellow. Arthur introduced her to a man named Dr. John Seward, owner of his own lunatic asylum, who Lucy thinks is remarkably resolute. She feels that Seward is trying to read her, but she evades him. Lucy…
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May 15: Jonathan Harker goes exploring. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Minear, and Hannah Wright. A Bloody FM Production.…
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Jonathan Harker continues to be a guest of the Count. The Count begins to ask questions about how business is conducted in London, and whether he might employ multiple solicitors so that the whole of his business isn’t known by one man. He then asks Jonathan to write to his loved ones and tell them that he will be staying with the Count for a full …
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May 12: Jonathan Harker looks at the facts. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Stephen Indrisano. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Featuring music by Travis Reaves. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers S…
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May 11: Lucy Westenra is in love. Transcript here. This episode featured: Beth Eyre as Lucy Westenra. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Minear, and Hannah Wright. A Bloody FM Production. Find us …
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Mina Murray writes to her best friend, Lucy Westenra. Mina tells Lucy that she is learning shorthand so that she might assist her fiance, Jonathan Harker, once he returns from his business trip abroad. To that end, she will keep a journal and hone her mind to remember the details of her days. She asks Lucy to tell her of the latest gossip of Lucy’s…
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May 9: Mina Murray is simply overwhelmed with work. Transcript here. This episode featured: Isabel Adomakoh Young as Mina Murray. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Minear, and Hannah Wright. A Bl…
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The Count throws away Jonathan's traveling mirror when Jonathan starts to suspect that the Count casts no reflection. It dawns upon Jonathan that he is unable to leave the castle, and that the Count is secretly performing all the servants' duties. Jonathan resolves himself to try and discover all he can about the Count in case a chance to escape mi…
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May 8: A wretched shaving glass does mischief. This episode contains racial and ethnic stereotypes based in questionable history. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Featuring music by Travis…
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The Count returns late in the day to find Jonathan passing the time in his library. The Count presses Jonathan to stay with him for a while and help him improve his English so as to eradicate his accent. He welcomes Jonathan to explore his home, but cautions him to avoid any locked doors. When asked, Dracula explains that the blue flames in the woo…
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May 7: Dracula and Jonathan Harker talk. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Stephen Indrisano. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Featuring music by Travis Reaves. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Step…
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Jonathan Harker, while traveling to meet the Count, pondered gravely at the reactions of the peasants around him, as they murmur indistinctly about the supernatural horrors that await him. The peasant coachman hurried the horses over the picturesque terrain so as to arrive at the rendezvous point a full hour early. He was foiled, however, when the …
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May 5: Jonathan Harker arrives at Castle Dracula. This episode references the racist pseudoscience of craniometry. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; Sivan Raz as the Hungarian Man and additional voices; Mihai Matei as the driver and additional voices; Madi Opincaru as the German-speaking traveller and additional…
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The Count has sent money sufficient to pay for a carriage to carry Jonathan Harker to his castle. The townspeople act peculiarly, however, when the subject of the count is raised. His landlady at inn begged Jonathan not to go, for the following day is St. George's Day, when evil is most powerful. She pressed upon him a crucifix, which he reluctantl…
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May 4: Jonathan Harker is given a gift. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; and Ioana Adăscăliței as the Romanian Woman. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Produced by Ella Watts and Pacific S. Obadiah, with executive producers Stephen Indrisano, Tal Minea…
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May 3: Jonathan Harker begins his journey. This episode contains offensive ethnic stereotypes. Transcript here. This episode featured: Ben Galpin as Jonathan Harker; Ioana Adăscăliței as the Romanian Woman; and Karim Kronfli as Dracula. Directed by Hannah Wright. Dialogue editing by Stephen Indrisano. Sound design by Tal Minear. Featuring music by …
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Become a patron at patreon.com/redracula! You can get such goodies as behind the scenes posts, early access to audio clips from Carmilla (our upcoming miniseries), an invite to the patron exclusive discord server, and more! Vampire Bat patrons get a free copy of the Re: Dracula audiobook and concept album, as well as access to a monthly live Q&A in…
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We're adapting Carmilla next year! Carmilla is a 1872 Gothic Novella by Sheridan Le Fanu predating Stoker's Dracula by 25 years. We here at Re: Dracula adore the story, so we're turning it into a 17 episode miniseries starring Sasha Sienna, Alan Burgon, Méabh de Brún, and more! Carmilla is being funded via Patreon. Supporters will not only get the …
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Play On Podcasts are audio adventures that reimagine Shakespeare’s timeless tales, featuring original musical composition, and the voices of extraordinarily gifted artists. In this preview, Edward Torres directs a Latinx cast into the dark corners of the human psyche through Migalia Cruz's rendering of Macbeth, featuring talented drag superstars Ma…
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FYI: On May 1 we'll be clearing the feed of episodes so they can once more release chronologically with the Dracula season. If you're listening through, finish up this month, get your hands on the audiobook, or purchase the ad-free feed. Otherwise, wait for the E1 re-release on May 3! Hannah, Stephen, and Tal sit down and answer listener questions!…
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