South Carolina Ballet Presents Dracula: Ballet With A Bite
SAVANNAH, GA— The undead dance into the Savannah Civic Center when Count Dracula and his legions of vampire mistresses take the stage in Dracula: Ballet with a Bite, performed by the South Carolina Ballet October 17, 2015 at 7:30 pm.
Be transported back in time to Transylvania and experience love, death and seduction in this riveting ballet based on Bram Stoker’s classic 1897 horror novel Dracula. Since its premiere in 1991, Dracula has resonated with audiences across the Southeast. This year marks the 20th performing year for this haunting, sensuous ballet. Executive and Artistic Director William Starrett has created a classic work that can be embraced by both dance aficionados and first-time dance audiences. “This entertaining extravaganza guarantees the audience a good time,” according to Dance Magazine.
Paired with Savannah’s vast cultural landscape and haunting beauty, this seductive and spellbinding performance is not to be missed. The performance promises dazzling visuals designed by Columbia City Technical Director K. Dale White, who uses striking theatrical imagery, evocative lighting, blood-curdling special effects and atmospheric sets to present a feast for the eyes. Thomas E. Semanski, the award-winning composer of Dracula, won a nationally acclaimed music award from the American Society of Composers.
Columbia City Ballet presents Dracula: Ballet with A Bite at the Savannah Civic Center on October 16, 2015. Tickets can be purchased online or by phone at 912- 651-6556 or 800-514-3849. University students are encouraged to take advantage of special discount student pricing: All tickets are $10 with a valid student I.D.
Columbia City Ballet's mission is to offer South Carolina and Southeastern audiences the highest quality ballet. We in South Carolina can proudly claim one of the strongest and most versatile ballet companies in the Southeast. Since the Columbia City Ballet's founding in 1961, it has integrated the world of dance within the community as the largest performing arts organization in the state of South Carolina