2 hours 20 minutes, including one intermission
Recommended for ages 13 and up
Contains adult themes
Follow Dracula, whose lonely soul is determined to reunite with his lost love, Mina and in doing so begins a reign of terror and seduction, draining the life from those around her to get what he so desires. More…
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New Mid-Week Matinee Performance Available!
Wednesday 16 September 1.00pm
“From scenes of horror and violence to exquisitely tender moments, Dracula the ballet is a triumph.”
“It’s love at first bite for audiences”
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“Every element of the production is truly magnificent.”
The West Australian
Wednesday 16 September
5.45 – 6.15pm
His Majesty’s Theatre
What’s the process of creating a new full-length ballet, and when do you know you’re on to a winner? Artistic Director Aurélien Scannella discusses WAB’s hugely successful Dracula.
Dracula contains the following warnings:
- Haze and smoke
- Sexual references
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Sets & Costume
Phil R. Daniels and Charles Cusick Smith
Associate Lighting Design
Michael Brett and Joshua Davis
Performed live with West Australian Symphony Orchestra
A co-production with Queensland Ballet