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​​​​​​​Eugene Brancoveanu (COUNT VLAD DRACUL)  The Romanian baritone has won the Tony Award for his portrayal as Marcello in Puccini's La Boheme on Broadway directed by Baz Luhrmann. He is a former Adler fellow of San Francisco opera. His operatic credits reach all over the globe with leading roles in theaters such as Tel Aviv, Matsumoto, Japan, Salzburg and Vienna, Stuttgart, Berlin to name a few. In  musical theater, he has played the role of Lancelot in Camelot with  Virginia Opera. His concert activities have seen him perform with the most renowned orchestras in America i.e: LA Phil, NY Phil, Tanglewood, SF Symphony, Florida Symphony, and more. (Songs: “In a Kingdom,” “Descend on You,” “Duet: ‘Descend on You /My Blood Boils,’” “Virgins,” “Another Poor Maid,” “To Kill a Witch”)  And in a purely dramatic role, he played Dracula at Center Repertory Theatre!

Chelsea Sichra (PERDITA)  is a Southern California native who has performed opera and musical theater roles including Dorine (Tartuffe/Mechem) and Luisa (The Fantasticks/Schmidt). As a recitalist and concert soloist, she has performed with SFSU and the Los Robles Master Chorale in works such as Mozart's Great Mass in C minor and Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass. (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” Duet: ‘Descend on You /My Blood Boils,’” “Teacher,” “Finale/Reprise”)​​ 

Kim Schroeder Long (BRIGID) is an Ohio-bred singer-actress known for her onstage work in Cincinnati before relocating in 2014. She's performed in cabarets on both coasts and numerous Bay Area theatrical productions, most recently starring in the Rosemary Clooney bio-musical Tenderly, a role she'll reprise this fall at The Carnegie Theatre in Kentucky. (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “I Fink You T’ink,” “Here I Stand,”“Finale/Reprise”)​

Peter Feliciano (HOSKINS) was named 7X7 Magazine's 2016 "Rising Artist to Watch", and he regularly writes and sings hooks for rappers from around the country."Peter Feliciano is a powerhouse vocalist and entertainer. He wrestles the songwriter idiom into joyful and often morbid submission, pairing theatrical facial expressions with soaring melodies…”-Lizzie Karr (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “I Fink You T’ink,”“Finale/Reprise”)​​​​

John Minagro (HELSINGER)performed in over 25 productions with San Francisco Opera where he worked with Philip Glass in World Premier of "Appomattox." Can be seen in SFOs DVD of "Porgy and Bess" and heard in Grammy Nominated CD "Corpus Evita" as Juan Peron. Sang in SF cast of "The Phantom of the Opera." (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “Pour the Ice in the Glass,” “Blossom,” “Finale/Reprise”)​​


Leandra Ramm (LUCY)  has recently performed with West Edge Opera, Opera San Jose, Woodminster, Indra’s Net Theatre, Volti, Cappella SF, American Bach Soloists, SF Renaissance Voices, American Bach Soloists, and the SF Symphony Chorus. Her performances have been described as “beautiful and quite moving” (Nordstjernan Newspaper) , “clear” and “perfect”  (  (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “My Blood Boils,” “Finale/Reprise”)​​

Michael Desnoyers​ (RENFIELD) has sung over 50 different roles across San Francisco Bay Area stages, including performances with Opera San Jose, West Bay Opera, West Edge Opera, and Festival Opera. He is featured on Lamplighters’ CD recordings, singing the roles of Cyril in ​Princess Ida, Ernes​t in ​The Grand Duke, and Lord​ Tolloller in ​Iolanthe. (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “Cat on the Street,” “Renfield’s Taunt,” “Finale/Reprise​​​")

Geoffrey Colton (HARKER) has appeared in Shakespeare (Friar Lawrence, King Lear, Polonius), Gilbert & Sullivan (Major General, Lord Chancellor, Pooh-bah, Jack Point, Sir Joseph) musicals (Henry Higgins, Don Quixote, Pangloss), Revues (Tom Lehrer, Sondheim, Brel, Weill) and plays (Other Desert Cities, Dracula, Glass Menagerie, Sherlock Holmes, Chapter II, Thousand Clowns, Private Lives, Any Wednesday, How the Other Half Loves).​​​​​  (Songs: “A Young and Foreign Nobleman,” “He Has You,” “Finale/Reprise​​​")

The Singers

Book & Lyrics by John McMullen
Music by John McMullen
Tal Ariel, Elizabeth Jane Dunne, Bruce Munson
Orchestrations by Tal Ariel & Bruce Munson