‘Dracula: A Radio Play’

Actors Theatre won’t let COVID-19 prevent the annual resurrection of the Prince of Darkness. “Dracula” is back, albeit for a very different kind of show. This year’s show features a radio adaptation of the classic story, first produced and performed by Orson Welles in 1938. This adaptation by Hannah Rae Montgomery and Jenni Page-White summons all of the thrills and suspense characteristics of Dracula, just told through radio broadcast. Order your “ticket” through the Actors website (above) and you will receive a confirmation email with a link to the streaming site. The link will remain live until Nov. 1 at midnight. And for real Dracula fans, order the Dracula at Home box ($20), a limited edition box of interactive artifacts, including Professor Van Helsing’s research (circa 1891), a map and artifacts from encounters with the Undead and more.

Through Sunday, Nov. 1

Virtual stream
Any time | Pay what you can, $10 and up