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There’s a handsome, mysterious count, innocent young women and also a sensual dance that is sure to get the blood boiling. Written by Oakland playwright John McMullen, the world premiere runs from Feb. 6 to March 13 at the Pacific Boychoir Academy, 215 Ridgeway, Oakland. “It’s an original musical 20 years in the making,” said McMullen, who along with Tal Ariel and Elizabeth Dunne, wrote the music. An 8-year-old McMullen first experienced vampires when he and his cousins went to see “Dracula” starring Bela Lugosi.

“After that experience, I slept with the light on till I was 11,” he added, McMullen’s fascination with the sharp-toothed creatures continued at Carnegie Mellon University where he did his master of fine arts thesis on “A Freudian Approach to the Vampire Play.” According to McMullen, he began writing the musical shortly thereafter while living in New Orleans, “I used to write in one of the cemeteries and then go over to this coffee shop,” McMullen recalled, “One day I looked up and Ann ballet slipper embroidery design pointe shoes athletes! Rice (who wrote “The Vampire Chronicles,” among other best-sellers) was sitting there as well.”..

As life intervened, McMullen worked on “Blood Tango” sporadically until 2015 when he completed the book and added several songs to the score in just two weeks. “None of this would have been possible without the incredible talent of Tal Ariel,” McMullen said. “I just have to hum something and he can immediately compose just the right music. Then Elizabeth listens to a passage, changes a couple of notes and brings it alive.”. “Blood Tango” takes place in an English drawing room above an insane asylum.

“We use just a suggestion of a set with our production values in the lighting and costumes,” McMullen said, “I look at the show as a dream with each scene separate onto itself.”, McMullen is hoping to blur the lines between myth and reality for his audience as he includes themes of salvation, the difficulty of change and the need for sacrifice, His story tells of a Romanian nobleman (Robyn Gray) who comes to the sanitarium to be treated by Dr, Seward (Chris Westphal) for a wasting disease, His handsome visage and dexterity in the tango, the latest dance craze, entice the doctor’s young wards: Lucy and Blossom (Dee Wagner and Melody Perrera), The ballet slipper embroidery design pointe shoes athletes! Irish cook (Elena Ruggiero), however, senses a dark side to the doctor’s new patient, Others in the cast include: Geoffrey Colton (Harker); Austin Pierce (Hoskins); John Hale (Helsinger); and John McMullen (Renfield)..

Double Feature: An Evening with Penelope Spheeris. “Suburbia”. February 18 at 7 p.m. at Alamo Drafthouse. Director: Penelope Spheeris. USA, 1983. 94 min. “The Decline of Western Civilization Part III”. February 18 at 9:30 p.m. at Alamo Drafthouse. Director: Penelope Spheeris. USA, 1998. 86 min. Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker. “Yard Dogs Road Show”. February 19 at 7 p.m. at ATA. Director: Flecher Fleudujon and Zebu Recchia. USA, 2016. 98 min. Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker.

“Tokyo Drifter”, February 19 at 8 ballet slipper embroidery design pointe shoes athletes! p.m, at Swedish American Hall, Director: Seijun Suzuki, Japan, 1966, 82 min, Live score performed by L.A, Takedown, “Riot on the Dance Floor: The Story of Randy Now and City Gardens”, February 19 at 9:30 p.m, at ATA, Director: Steve Tozzi, USA, 2015, 114 min, West Coast premiere, “We’re Still Here: Johnny Cash’s Bitter Tears Revisited”, February 20 at 2 p.m, at ATA, Director: Antonio D’Ambrosio, USA, 2015, 59 min..

Plays with short film “Hi, How Are You Daniel Johnston?”. “Orion: The Man Who Would Be King”. February 20 at 4 p.m. at ATA. Director: Jeanie Finlay. UK, 2015. 86 min. Bay Area premiere. “Morphine: Journey of Dreams”. February 20 at 8 p.m. at Swedish American Hall. Director: Mark Shuman. US, 2014. 91 min. California premiere; Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker and band; Live musical performance by Vapors of Morphine to follow. “Korla: Godfather of Exotica Music”.

February 20 at 9:30 p.m, at Alamo Drafthouse, Director John Turner, USA, 2015, 78 min, Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker, “Live From UB”, February 21 at 4 p.m, at ATA, Director Lauren Knapp, Mongolia, 2015, 82 min, West Coast premiere; Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker, “Revival: The Sam Bush Story”, February 21 at 6 p.m, at Swedish American Hall, Director ballet slipper embroidery design pointe shoes athletes! Wayne Franklin and Kris Wheeler, USA, 2015, 98 min, California premiere; Post-screening Q&A with filmmaker and subject..

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