Principal dancers Sophia Lee and Liang Xing. © Réjean Brandt
RWB sinks its teeth into dramatic, lusty work… one of the most enduring and popular ballets in its repertoire. Holly Harris, Winnipeg Free Press

NAC Presentation

Atmospheric and brooding, Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s deliciously gothic Dracula lives up to the rich history of its famous source material with its smouldering eroticism, mysterious transformations, dancing gargoyles, and flying bats. Performed to the lush, evocative music of Gustav Mahler, Mark Godden’s inventive and sensual choreography breathes dramatic new life into the macabre yet irresistible tale of the immortal vampire and his dark passions. 

Dracula has thrilled, terrified and delighted audiences since its premiere in 1998, becoming a treasured favorite in the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s repertoire.  

video: Royal Winnipeg Ballet in “Dracula”
Royal Winnipeg Ballet in “Dracula”
Principal dancers Sophia Lee and Liang Xing. © Réjean Brandt
Royal Winnipeg Ballet Company Dancers Katie Bonnell and Liang Xing. © Réjean Brandt
Principal dancer Sophia Lee. © Réjean Brandt
© Paul Martens
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