Phoenix's favorite undead dance company, Scorpius Dance Theater, returns this week for the ninth season of Lisa Starry's A Vampire Tale.
What has now become a local tradition, A Vampire's Tale is often referred to as the "Nutcracker of Halloween." This dark and seductive performance assembles a cast of 25 professional dancers, some of whom started with Starry early in their careers, and attracts a wide audience of vampire lovers, Halloween worshipers, and contemporary dance enthusiasts.
A Vampire Tale is in a constant state of subtle evolution, and according to Lisa Starry, this year promises to be no exception. "Each year is a little different and this year we've added more aerial performance and new music."
The show will play at Phoenix Little Theater from October 11 to November 3 with tickets starting at $35 (plus box office fees).
For the full schedule see below and for more information or to purchase you tickets visit Scorpius Dance Online or call the Little Phoenix Box Office at 602-254-2151.
Schedule via Scorpius Dance Theater:
October 11-13 at 7:30 p.m.
October 18-20 at 7:30 p.m.
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