Venue Details

93 Star Starred
Cobb Energy Centre
2800 Cobb Galleria Parkway Atlanta, GA 30339
770-916-2800
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Member Tips

Goldstar Member
Business casual
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Goldstar Member
Parking garage is always an issue at the cobb energy center.
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Tamalyn Placencia
Park across the street behind babies r us to save money.
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Laura Heard
You are only allowed to take water into the theater. So allow time to finish your drink.
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Goldstar Member
The $10 valet parking is worth it if you're wearing heels.
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Goldstar Member
Dressy casual or fun chic...some in black and red Dracula colors
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.5 average rating
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15 events
11 reviews
4 stars
attended Feb 10 2013

Very impressive! The choregraphy was superb. The detail shown in the staging and costumes enhanced the feelings of passion, sensuality, and seduction. The music and every... continued

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10 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 09 2013

Wonderful ballet. Great seats. Thank you, Goldstar!

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5 reviews
0 stars
attended Feb 09 2013

Absolutely fantastic! The dancing, the story, the costumes, the music. We enjoyed every single minute of the night.

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More Information

Website

http://www.atlantaballet.com/tickets-performances/dracula/

Quotes & Highlights

Check out the Atlanta Ballet trailer on YouTube.

Description

This performance is recommended for ages 13 and over. Parental discretion is advised.

About the Ticket Supplier: Atlanta Ballet

Atlanta Ballet was founded seven decades ago by dance visionary Dorothy Alexander (1904-1986). Miss Dorothy had a dream of bringing quality ballet to the Atlanta community. The result was the Dorothy Alexander Dance Concert Group--the first step in the regional ballet movement that swept the nation. Upon gaining professional status in 1967, the company was renamed Atlanta Ballet. Today, under the artistic leadership of John McFall, Atlanta Ballet is the oldest professional dance company in America, the largest self-supported arts organization in Georgia, and the official Ballet of Georgia.