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October 12, 2011

The Daily Vampire: Meet Louie the Rat

Filed under: Back Stage Blog — julianw @ 12:31 pm

Featured Above: Louie the Rat

Hi, I’m Louie the Rat. Actually my full name is Louis Vitton and I’m on loan from The Charleston Animal Society. I’m making my Dock Street Theatre stage debut in Dracula at the moment. I have two scenes (the best two in the play if I do say so myself). And while the crazy asylum patient Renfield keeps threatening to eat me (that’s only acting), we’ve actually become good friends. I’m hoping this will lead to a life of stardom and wild Hollywood parties. Rumor has it I’m being considered for the lead in Willard, the Musical, which I hear will open on Broadway next spring. If you haven’t heard, I’m up for adoption after this show closes. So if you’d like to give a famous star actor rodent a good home, please contact the Charleston Animal Society at (843) 747-4849 or visit www.charlestonanimalsociety.org. I’m prepared to share my fame and stardom with the right family.

Dracula opens this Friday, October 14th at the Historic Dock Street Theatre. Come see me, Louie the Rat, perform live on stage!

 

From Left To Right: Charleston Stage Resident Actors Josh Harris as Abram Von Helsing, Derek T. Pickens as Dr. Thomas Seward, Louie the Rat, Michael David Wilson as Robert Renfield, and Garrett Flood as Norbert Briggs.

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