"Ben Stevenson’s devilishly clever adaptation, debuted at Houston Ballet in 1997, is becoming something of a local Halloween tradition—first staged by Ballet West in 2011 and revived as recently as 2021.

The celebrated tale of the nocturnal vampire who must search out the hemoglobin of fresh victims to keep himself sort-of alive has become enshrined in pop-culture legend— from Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel, numerous theater adaptations and, most famously, the 1931 Universal film starring Bela Lugosi and its countless celluloid iterations since." Read the full article HERE.