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"Dracula"
44 ratings
4.5 average rating
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33 events
22 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 26 2012

The tickets provided by Goldstar were great. The performance was more theatrics than ballet. The dancing that was included in the production was ok at best. All the group numbers were way off sync and frankly distracting. However when a dancer...continued

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2 reviews
2 stars
attended Oct 28 2012

Dracula was definitely the star of the show. He was dark, disturbing, and deeply enchanting.

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63 reviews
66 stars
attended Oct 28 2012

This is like no ballet you've ever seen! Even the boys will enjoy it. Incredible rich sets and fantastic dancing and acting. Beyond our expectations by far. They should take this on the road.

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Quotes & Highlights

“A bravura work of theatre — a taut, dark tale that happens to speak in the language of dance.” —The Rocky Mountain News

Description

Music: Philip Feeney

Choreography: Michael Pink

Sets and Costumes: Lez Brotherston

*Lighting: *Paul Bryant

Original Director: Christopher Gable

_Performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

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One of the entertainment events of the year, The Washington Ballet presents Michael Pink’s chilling blockbuster Dracula. This wildly theatrical and voluptuous ballet is a breathtaking story of passion, yearning, cruelty and sacrifice. Dracula stakes its claim as this Halloween’s most thrilling adventure. Pink’s Count is a mesmerizing seducer of the darkest order, providing a fresh interpretation of one of Western culture’s most haunting stories.