Dracula...Entirely from Memory
Time Out says
Eight actors recreate the story of Dracula entirely from memory, which, when you think about it, is precisely what actors do every time. But in this case there's no script apart from a handful of lines written by the audience, which the actors are obliged to incorporate into their telling, along with sound effects played at random by the host. As if that weren't enough, one audience member is presented with a horn, which when honked prompts the actors to create a scene that makes sense in context, but has absolutely no place in the story of Dracula. That's a lot of variables, but one thing is for sure: everyone is in for a wacky, unpredictable and hilarious night.