"Sure enough, Stevenson’s Dracula deftly channels the spirit of the great story ballets like GiselleSleeping Beauty and La Sylphide. This is as much a tribute to the grand spectacle of ballet’s golden age as it is to Gothic horror. And, in fact, the story often takes a backseat so that Stevenson can indulge in some classic ballet tropes. The dance, the design, the special effects… they all would have seemed familiar to 1897 audiences, even if the choreography shows occasional hints of George Romero in Stevenson’s Perrot-Petipa blend." Read the full article HERE.