Fascinating, terrifying and romantic perfectly describe
the marvel that is Michael Pink’s internationally acclaimed
Dracula. The spellbinding story of the nocturnal Count
who survives on the blood of the living is a tale of
seduction and surrender, sensuality and danger.
From the gripping original score’s beating heart effects, to the howls of wolves, to the thrilling sets and dazzling costumes, Dracula is a bravura work of dance theater.
During the performance the Kansas City Symphony will
perform Philip Feeney’s score. Due to the intrinsic adult themes that the story of Dracula addresses it is advised that parents of younger children exercise parental discretion.Please Note - Due to the special effects required for Dracula once the curtain goes up no one will be seated until intermission.
Learn more about this show!
• Visit the Kansas City Ballet Blog for behind-the-scenes information
• Read all of the media coverage
• Meet the dancers
Plus, you can learn more about the show when you join us an hour before the performance for The Belger Footnotes Series.
Tickets are available online or by calling the Kansas City Ballet Box Office at 816-931-2232.