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DRACULA

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Oct 27, 2012

Sat 8:00 PM

(on various days)

1100 Third Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101

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October 27-28, 2012

 

Dracula was choreographed for California Ballet by Charles Bennett to an original composite score of music.


Since its premiere in 1987, Dracula has received critical acclaim and audience approval.  Castles and wolves, bats and vampires are brought to life as the struggle between the forces of good and evil is revealed.

 

This production’s unique combination of seductive drama intertwined with movement will mesmerize audience members through its shattering conclusion.

* Performed to pre-recorded music *

 


 

RUN TIME

2 Hours 30 Minutes (approx)
 

CHILDREN
Not recommended for Children under 8 years of age.

For your comfort, and the enjoyment of others, please use discretion when bringing children to any live theatre performance.


 

Pricing (includes $2.50 Facility Restoration Fee)

 

$30.00 - $70.00


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