From “Hunt a Killer” to “The Haunting”, Dark Stories has lived up to its name when creating immersive theatre productions. Their latest interactive show continues the supernatural theme of their previous installment but this time turns to the world of the undead where mere mortals have the chance to team up with a fledgling vampire hungry for vengeance.
Blood will be spilt but this young pale knight can’t kill his creator on his own—will you help him drive a stake through the heart of all the vampires in his path?
Millennial Vampire is the story of a young and vigorous prince of the night who has begun carving a path through the ranks of the ancient ones. Up until now, his hands have remained unstained on his quest, but his journey has led him to a clan of his like at a heritage-listed bush chapel. It includes his creator as well as many other blood-sucking beasts he intends on destroying.
The land of the living is his only recourse and he turns to those he was once like to chop heads off, stab with silver daggers and burn bodies in sunlight to complete his mission. These descendants of Dracula who have escaped disease and death for centuries will fear for their lives but only if you are up to the bloody task. And remember, no good deed goes unrewarded.
As usual, Dark Stories’ immersive and interactive productions make use of fascinating settings for their performances. Millennial Vampire is no different with the production to take place at Tingalpa’s Pioneer Wedding Chappel. Originally built in 1868, the “bush cathedral” was saved from destruction and restored to its former glory. It will be home to Millennial Vampire this September 23-25 at 7pm and 8pm where actors will fill its hall with screams.
Previous shows by Dark Stories have been said to be “a load of fun” as well as “an enjoyable experience”. Tickets to answer the call start at $34.