Madison Ballet perform Dracula

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Abstract

When we think of Rock and Roll, we think of non-conformity and going against the grain. Madison Ballet's second run of Dracula, choreographed by Artistic Director W. Earle Smith, was just that; a unique ballet with a fresh perspective, testing boundaries. It layered powerful Rock music, gravelly sets, graphic videos, and sensuous dancing, to tell the timeless story of Dracula.
Original languageEnglish
JournalBachtrack Magazine
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Madison Ballet perform Dracula. / Kostic Cisneros, Rosamaria E.

In: Bachtrack Magazine, 2013.

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