Current COVID Health and Safety Guidelines at Arts & Culture Venues
* Following CDC guidelines, we strongly recommend wearing a mask inside of Salt Lake County facilities even if you are fully vaccinated. This applies to staff, crew, patrons, and other event attendees.
* Performances and events are able to seat patrons at full capacity – patrons may be seated shoulder to shoulder without social distancing.
* Presenters may continue to require masks, distancing and reduced capacity at their performances. Arts & Culture will support these requirements at the request of our presenters.
* Guidelines are subject to change at any time.
October 22-30, 2021
Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre
Salt Lake City, Utah
Single tickets on sale: 9/7/2021 at 10am.
Enter a world of gothic grandeur in this lavish neo-Romantic production. Ben Stevenson’s Dracula is an immersive melodrama that unfolds with awe-inspiring theatrics, vampire brides, stunning sets, and exploding chandeliers. The iconic tale is told with drama and sweeping choreography that adds layers of artistry and entertainment to every element of the production.
What is “Ballet Talk”?
Ballet Talk is a fun and informative pre-curtain discussion with members of our artistic staff where participants get the inside scoop on the performance and the chance to ask any ballet questions they might have. Ballet Talk is free to all ticket holders and will add to your enjoyment and understanding of the performance. Ballet Talk is held one hour before each production (except for The Nutcracker and Choreographic Festival) and is given by a member of the Artistic Staff. Ballet Talk lasts about 30 minutes.
Run time: approximately 2 hours and 20 minutes including intermission (subject to change)
Recommended for ages 8 and up. No babes in arms. All patrons must have a ticket regardless of age and occupy their own seat. When availability allows, Student tickets can be purchased the week of the performance for $15, $20 the day of the performance.