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Michael Pink’s internationally–renowned Dracula once again sees the light of day this Halloween weekend. Philip Feeney’s chilling score sets the tone for this hair-raising story of passion, seduction, transformation, and sacrifice. No one is quite what they seem in this season’s most gripping adventure—one that will have you looking over your shoulder for months to come.
Learn more about the production in our Audience Guide.
Luz San Miguel | Photo Mark Frohna
“Devilish dancing, a spine-tingling score…and spectacular stage effects.”
Scoop, New Zealand
You’re invited to a post-show* Halloween party after the Saturday evening performance as we celebrate retiring, longtime Leading Artist Davit Hovhannisyan following his final bow. Enjoy a vampire costume contest, dancing, drinks, late-night bites, and more!
*Performance tickets are required for admittance to the event and are not included with event ticket. Performance tickets must be purchased separately.
The run-time for Dracula is two hours and 26 minutes, including two 25-minute intermissions.
The score for Dracula will be performed live by the Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra under the direction of guest conductor Matthew Kasper, Resident Conductor for the Phoenix Symphony and Artistic Director of the Phoenix Youth Symphony.
Cast A: Dracula | Davit Hovhannisyan
Cast A: Harker | Randy Crespo
Cast A: Lucy | Marize Fumero
Cast A: Mina | Lahna Vanderbush
Cast B: Dracula | Eric Figueredo
Cast B: Harker | Garrett Glassman
Cast B: Lucy | Marie Harrison-Collins
Cast B: Mina | Alana Griffith
Michael Pink is the longest serving artistic director in Milwaukee Ballet’s history. Since arriving in 2002, he has demonstrated his commitment to the future of dance through new work, education, and collaboration. His artistic vision for Milwaukee Ballet continues to excite and challenge.Learn More