Take-Up and All-Star Video are proud to present George Melford’s classic Spanish Language Dracula (1931, HDS)–that some argue is the better film–as a benefit for the beautiful, historic Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery at 2925 Cedar Avenue South. The film will be presented in Spanish with English subtitles.
Wednesday, October 2
Gates open: 5:30pm
Come early to experience the historic cemetery, do the smart phone history hunt, and enjoy a trailer reel with ads and trailers from other Universal horror films.
Suggested donation levels: $5, $10, $15, $20. Children 12 and under free (donations gladly accepted).
Taco Taxi food truck will sell food during the event. No coolers or alcoholic beverages, pets, or video-taping allowed.
Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Area immediately in front of the stage will be a chair-free zone.
At-door ticket sales are cash only – credit cards will not be accepted. Rain date is Wednesday, October 9, at 7:00pm.
Getting to the show: On-street parking is available. No parking will be available within the cemetery. We encourage using public transportation or biking to the event. The Lake Street Light Rail stop is a short walk from the cemetery; and it is also easily accessible from multiple bus routes.