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Take a little bit of Mel Brooks; a touch of Monty Python; a big bow to “The 39 Steps,” and a whole lot of Charles Ludlam, and you have some idea of the mayhem that’s unleashed on the theater’s stage for "Dracula: A Comedy of Terrors."
The final three performances of Berkshire Theatre Group's "Dracula" have been cancelled due to "cast illnesses."
Director David Auburn has done a truly remarkable thing with his Berkshire Theatre Group production of “Dracula,” several in fact. His chief accomplishment has been to make a 1927 horror-melodrama feel fresh and now simply by respecting the play’s past and honoring its conventions.
PITTSFIELD — Irish novelist Bram Stoker published about a dozen novels and several short story collections before his death at age 64 in Augus…