Chester County’s Brandywine Ballet will present its 30th Anniversary season of dance in 2009/2010. The company has launched a new website featuring popular interactive features such as Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace .
To celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Brandywine Ballet we are giving away a package of 4 free tickets to one of the public performances of Dracula
(Oct 24 at 7:30 pm or Oct 25 at 2:00 pm)
The recent bestselling novel and movie Twilight illustrates the enduring nature of themes such as undying love and conflicted passion at the center of vampire folklore. Nancy Page’s Dracula (Oct. 23-25) based on the original Bram Stoker vampire novel, follows the immortal romance of beautiful Mina and the 400 year old vampire prince Count Dracula. In addition to impeccable soloing, sensual pas de deux, and exhilarating ensemble dancing, Dracula includes sets of eerily lit 19th century castles and sun-draped terraces; tantalizing costumes and suspenseful sword battles; as well as an emotionally moving musical score.
To purchase tickets – click here, visit http://www.brandywineballet.com/
or call (610) 696-2711.
About The Brandywine Ballet
Donna Muzio founded Brandywine Ballet in 1979, and has continuously served as the company’s Artistic Director. Brandywine Ballet includes pre-professional and professional dancers, as well as guest artists. The Certificate in Ballet, a joint program with West Chester University, enables dancers to pursue the academic degree of their choice while participating in Brandywine Ballet’s classes, rehearsals, and performances. In recent years, the company has premiered works by guest choreographer’s Matthew Neenan (Ballet X), Ronen Koresh (Koresh Dance Company), and Meredith Rainey (formerly Pennsylvania Ballet), as well as earned George Balanchine Trust approval to perform three Balanchine pieces Concerto Barocco, Tchaikovsky’s Pas De Deux, and Serenade. National publication Dance Magazine recently recognized Brandywine Ballet for its thought-provoking mix of classical and contemporary ballet programming.