Carmilla | 2024 New Works Festival

  • May 9 - 19, 2024
  • 18th & Union

    1406 18th Avenue
    Seattle, Washington 98122
Ticket Price $5.00-$15.00 This event is now over

Part of the 2024 New Works Festival | Original Plays written and directed by the 2023-2024 Incubator/Mentor Cohort


While Count Dracula is often seen as the father of the modern vampire, Carmilla is the 1872 Gothic novella by Sheridan Le Fanu that inspired his inception - predating Bram Stoker's Dracula by 25 years. Based on the book of the same name, Carmilla tells the tale of the isolated Laura and the mysterious young woman she falls in love with. But what happens when infatuation turns into obsession? Shattering the mold of male protagonists in horror, the mother of the modern monster is waiting for you.

Length and Intermission

Each play is approximately 60 minutes. There will be a minimum 15-minute intermission between performances. The audience will be asked to step out of the theatre to allow the crew to re-set the stage for the next show in the festival.

Audience Information

  • Seating is general admission, and you may have fellow audience members seated close to you.
  • Masks are encouraged but not required at this time, however this requirement may change.
  • All single ticket sales are final. Exchanges may be made for any date that has not sold out.


Date & Time

May 9 - 19, 2024

Venue Details

18th & Union

1406 18th Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98122 18th & Union
The Shattered Glass Project

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