LE BALLET DE DRACULA
This hauntingly beautiful original ballet was written by Tom Rutherford and choreographed by Artistic Director Kelly Lannin. It has become a seasonal favorite of LBT patrons and continues to take flight upon the stage each Halloween season.
Nancy Loch photography captures the spirit of
Le Ballet de Dracula!
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The LakeCities Ballet Theatre was founded in 1984 to promote and preserve the art of ballet in the Lake Cities area. LBT has strived to present full-length classical ballet performances at affordable ticket prices. While achieving this goal, LBT offers audiences the opportunity to experience world renowned guest artists while also providing a venue for student dancers to perform and train with professional choreographers and dancers.
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Le Ballet de Dracula performs annually every October. This ballet has become a Fall Seasonal favorite not to be missed!
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LakeCities Ballet Theatre is a pre-professional ballet company that has been committed to giving life to the arts throughout the communities of north Texas for over 30 years. Please enjoy this compilation of LBT performances.
THE TRADITION CONTINUES 25 YEARS
The mission of LakeCities Ballet Theatre is to enhance the cultural life of Lewisville area residents through the beauty and power of classical and contempory dance; to expose children of all walks of life to the art of dance, and to provide a foundation for training and nurturing young artists.
LE BALLET DE DRACULA
Year of production: 2012
LakeCities Ballet Theatre presents “Le Ballet de Dracula" annually in October. This original ballet, written by Tom Rutherford and masterfully choreographed by Kelly Kilburn Lannin, has undoubtedly become a seasonal Halloween favorite with north Texas audiences with yearly sold out performances! The Dallas Morning News has called it one of the top 10 Halloween events in the Metroplex. The original story comes from Irish novelist Abraham "Bram" Stoker in a work titled, "The Un-Dead". The tale of Count Dracula has captivated the imagination of people around the world.