Dracula coming to Savannah to dance with his girlfriends
The undead dance into the Savannah Civic Center with Count Dracula and his legions of vampire maidens in Dracula: Ballet With A Bite , performed by Columbia City Ballet October 20, 2012 at 7 p.m. Since its premiere in 1991 at the Koger Center, Dracula has resonated with audiences across South Carolina.
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#1 Aug 31, 2012
we went to the atlanta ballet when we lived there. I miss the georgia south so much. this california stuff just isnt. all the weirdos anmd the fancy wine and the high prices and nasty fagutz. the weather is not my friend either. living in the russian river is okay but I still miss home. I remember the atlanta ballet and some big really pink pigs that danced around while others stood around and others looked around. this was my favorite seasonal show, nutracker I think. oh, well. now dracula. I miss home.
#2 Sep 1, 2012
this is stoopidd. there aint no nasty folks in my grans park. theer is winos but they is only noisy when dry. Gran sees reallly bigg pink plasto parrots&pigs&shitt when she is dry and shaky but they all poop out when the 20/20 flows right. We don worry about dracula as the cemterry is farr offf. RU for real? RU in Snta Rossa?
#3 Sep 2, 2012
You people dont know stuff. where is this at? I know what kind park you are talking.....a trailer park right?? your grany a drunk. my grany a cross dresser who also cross & mad & mean with dollars. she shaves but shows. peew-peew.
#4 Sep 3, 2012
Wishing CCB would bring Dracula across the mountain to Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Greeneville, TN. What would be even better is ..if I could go to The Kroger Center or Savannah to see Dracula.
#5 Sep 5, 2012
Santa Rosa is a-okay. There is flamenco, and this is great and moving. each year we see ballet or modern with Sis at UC. So-So. Mucho prefer flamenco. Song of the heart, passion, LIFE!
#6 Sep 7, 2012
You all are just jealous. We are so much finer than you. Take a bath, shave your everything, put on something pretty and get some manners. And you still wouldn't / couldn't hold Dracula's 'stake'.
#7 Sep 9, 2012
My coach says that the atlanta ballet is the one to watch and that their boss was a great dancer and the was both solists with the opera and all that too. Is dracula's stake hard to hold because of chergraphy or where it is at? Forget flammenco. You dont know what you mean.
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