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Thomas Semanski - Dracula The Ballet (Cassette)

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  1. Jul 17,  · Be swept away to Neverland with Bruce Steivel's captivating choreography that brings this beloved childhood tale to life. With newly constructed sets .
  2. The music was composed by Thomas Semanski, who also scored the ballets "Dracula" and "Beauty and the Beast." ``It's electronic,'' Pimble says, ``written expressly for `Peter Pan,' and it has some sound effects, too.'' Among these are a barking dog, a big splash (think walking the plank), a ticking clockodile.
  3. Columbia City Ballet’s “Dracula: Ballet With A Bite” returns with new blood for this Halloween favorite. Actor Grant Show, as Count Dracula, and his Brides of Darkness are back with.
  4. Nov 03,  · The production was developed and choreographed by William Starrett the artistic director of the Columbia City Ballet and the music was partially composed by Thomas Semanski. This show starred stage and screen actor Grant Show as Count Dracula.
  5. On Sunday evening of November 17 th, I was fortunate to see the Chucktown Trippintones Fall Concert at the Sottile Theatre in Charleston. The a cappella group features twenty talented students from the College of Charleston. The Trippintones are known for their great singers and go through selective auditions each semester to keep a balanced tone quality within the singing group.
  6. The score is by composer Thomas Semanski of New York, who was commissioned by the company to create an original soundtrack. The show’s large set was designed by George & .
  7. Tacoma City Ballet’s Dracula The Romantic Ballet tells the legendary romantic tale of Vlad the Impaler, notably recognized as the infamous Transylvanian Count Dracula. An original Tacoma City Ballet production, Dracula The Romantic Ballet is fashioned from the classic story of Vlad the Impaler and is filled with brilliant dancing, a fantastic musical score with live orchestral music, opulent Missing: Thomas Semanski.
  8. There was nothing cold about Dracula. It was a very warm blooded ballet, no pun intended. Possibly because Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty don't involve a lot of sexual subtext. There was about a hundred people at the meet and greet that we did after the performance. Oh yeah, yeah, I forgot to mention. The reason LKH and her entourage went off to this ballet was not artistic reasons, but .
  9. Starrett said the show is well-suited for people unfamiliar with ballet. It features original music by Thomas Semanski, commissioned for “Dracula,” a Victorian aesthetic and lots of sexual.

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