The Mystery of Irma Vep
This play is performed in three acts without intermission, involving at least 35 costume changes and a large number of sound cues, props, and special effects. There are vampires, ghosts, mummies, and werewolves. It is a hilarious parody of Victorian melodrama, gothic horror stories, farce, and Hitchcock-style suspense. The title is an anagram for the word “vampire.”
Cast & Crew
|Variety of roles||Nickolas Grace|
|Variety of roles||Edward Hibbert|
- Added by Roger.
- Add an observation
- I saw or am going to see this production
- This is a duplicate of another production
If you have an interesting observation or anecdote about this production that you think others may be interested in, please sign in in order to record it here.