Just in time for Halloween . . . gorgeously
foreboding images from director Todd Browning's creepy 1931 film classic Dracula
meet a pulsing new composition by Philip Glass. This canny musical homage
to the great horror scores of yesteryear is performed live by the Kronos Quartet with Glass on
keyboards as the original Dracula
fills Northrop's big film screen. Of the many versions of this cinematic thriller,
none is more enduringly haunting than Bela Lugosi's depiction of the bloodthirsty
Transylvanian vampire count. Copresented with Northrop Auditorium as part
of the 2000-2001 Discover series. For more information try these Web sites:
and the Kronos
Quartet. Lower-tier-priced tickets are available through the Northrop box office at 612.624.2345.
THE DISCOVER SERIES IS MADE POSSIBLE BY GENEROUS SUPPORT FROM THE TARGET FOUNDATION.