Tacoma City Ballet to present ‘Dracula’ Nov. 9-10 at The Pantages Theater

An ad in the Mirror’s Oct. 25 print edition erroneously included the wrong venue; the performance will be in Tacoma.

  • Friday, October 25, 2019 3:34pm
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Editor’s Note: An ad in the Mirror’s Oct. 25 print edition erroneously included the incorrect dates and venue; the performance will be Nov. 9-10 at The Pantages Theater in Tacoma.

The Tacoma City Ballet presents “Dracula – The Romantic Ballet” Nov. 9-10 at The Pantages Theater in Tacoma.

The ballet will be accompanied by the Tacoma Ballet Theater Orchestra.

“Dracula The Romantic Ballet” tells the legendary romantic tale of Vlad the Impaler, notably recognized as the infamous Transylvanian Count Dracula. An original Tacoma City Ballet production, “Dracula The Romantic Ballet” is fashioned from the classic story of Vlad the Impaler and is filled with brilliant dancing, a fantastic musical score with live orchestral music, opulent scenery, and extravagant costumes, according to the ballet’s website.

Shows are at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Nov. 9 and 2 p.m. Nov. 10.

For more information, visit www.tacomacityballet.com/performance-season.


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