Halloween isn't quite here yet, but Dracula has already been making his rounds.
Quincy Community theatre teamed up with the American Red cross today to host a blood drive that would promote their upcoming play: Dracula: A Radio Play.
Brave donors were escorted through the spooky corridors of the theatre to give blood.
Organizers say the blood drive is a win-win for the community.
"We thought you know what a perfect way to give back to the community, have a blood drive, and so this is really important to us so we can help people out, not just on a local level but on a national level," said Kelsey Pigg, the blood drive's coordinator and QCT's production manager.
In return for their blood participants received $5 off a ticket to the play.
Dracula opens October 12th at the Quincy Community Theatre inside the Oakley Lindsay Center.
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