Part one in a “Classical Weekend in Winter Haven Package” by The Historic Ritz Theatre.
Bram Stoker's Dracula, released in 1992 and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, is a visually stunning and faithful adaptation of the iconic vampire tale. Gary Oldman delivers a mesmerizing performance as the immortal Count Dracula, capturing both his seductive charm and his monstrous nature. The film explores the eternal love story between Dracula and Mina Murray, portrayed by Winona Ryder, as the Count seeks to reunite with his lost love. With its lavish production design, sumptuous costumes, and hauntingly beautiful cinematography, Bram Stoker's Dracula creates a captivating and atmospheric world that immerses viewers in the dark and gothic realm of the undead. The film's blend of romance, horror, and tragedy, combined with its stellar cast and stunning visuals, solidifies it as a standout adaptation of Stoker's timeless novel.
This film is the perfect compliment to the entertainment we will host the following evening • "What Music They Make" a string quartet performance featuring members of The Lakeland Symphony Orchestra. Pair them together with a for the perfect spooky weekend in Winter Haven.