As has been mentioned before, Edward Gorey's Dracula can easily become a complete Gorey collecting sub-category unto itself. There are theater programs, advertising, photographs, posters (pictured right), tee-shirts, mouse pads, and even bed sheets!
One of the more unusual Dracula products was a line of Dracula Damask Wall Paper that was produced by Kirk-Brummel. To the left, I am showing an ad for the wallpaper. The ad has all the elements which were used in the show including the touch of red that was a signature device in each act of the show. I have a three foot section of the wall paper which I have framed (right photo). Apparently, the paper came with a moire pattern (see example in ad) and plain. The example I own is plain.
The poster for the show has the distinctive image of Dracula about to pounce on Miss Lucy. This image is an iconic Edward Gorey image which has all the elements of a classic Gorey image. The drawing for the poster was reproduced as a jig-saw puzzle, once again with the distinctive red touch to enliven the scene (pictured below).
Several actors succeeded Frank Langella in the title role of the play on Broadway and on tour. I had the good fortune to have seen the original tour of Dracula. Martin Landau was the star when it came to the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. I remember how stunning and distinctive the sets were for the production. It is interesting to note that Martin Landau later went on to portray Bela Lugosi in the 1994 movie Ed Wood and won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in the role. He must have been warming up in the tour of Dracula!