Why See Colorado Ballet - Dracula?
Once again...welcome to my house
One of Colorado Ballet's most popular works in recent years, it is with a cheer that we welcome back this wonderfully creepy take on the gothic horror! Thrilling and seductive with choreography from Michael Pink and a chilling score from Philip Feeney, Dracula is a must see for fans of the novel and ballet alike. Just don't forget to bring a stake...
believe in things that you cannot....the story of dracula
Bram Stoker's Dracula tells the haunting tale of a lawyer, Jonathan Harker, and his strange assignment at an even stranger castle in Transylvania. After a perilous journey where he is besieged by the locals to turn back, he finds himself in the employ of the enigmatic Count Dracula. Noticing his gaunt frame and scary appearance, Harker senses all is not right and is all too soon a prisoner. Tormented by seductive lady Vampires and terrified by his jailer, Harker manages a daring escape. But the Count certainly won't be letting him off that easily, especially when he sets his hat for Harker's fiancee, the beautiful Mina. Will the Vampire successfully track down his prey or will Harker manage to find a way to kill the monster forever,
Opening night: 6 October 2017
Not suitable for all family members, recommended for grades 6 and above.
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