Wolfeboro dancers to participate in Northeastern Ballet Theatre’s ‘Dracula’ Sept. 16 – Conway Daily Sun

DURHAM Northeastern Ballet Theatre will be presenting “Dracula” on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. at Oyster River High School in Durham.

The lead role of Dracula will be played by Assaf Benchetrit, assistant professor of theater and dance at the University of New Hampshire. All of the other dancers in this professional production study ballet at Northeastern Ballet Theatre, with studios in Wolfeboro and Dover.

“My vision of Dracula is a compilation of Bram Stokers original character from his novel and that of Francis Ford Coppolas movie version, the latter of which portrayed Dracula with more human qualities,” said Edra Toth, artistic director and founder of Northeastern Ballet Theatre. “It is my hope that the audience will experience a wide range of emotions and identify with the human aspect of Dracula. I was very conscious not to create a ‘commercialized’ version of the character.

Parental discretion is advised for children under 10. Tickets are $20 for adults, $17.50 for students and seniors, $60 per family of four and $15 for UNH faculty/students/staff (must show ID at the door for tickets at this price).

For more information and tickets, go to northeasternballet.org or call (603) 834-8834.

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Wolfeboro dancers to participate in Northeastern Ballet Theatre’s ‘Dracula’ Sept. 16 – Conway Daily Sun

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