You don't want to miss the return of

Domingo Rubio as Dracula!


Ballet Quad Cities' 16th season begins with the return of Dracula on September 28th at 7:30pm and September 29th at 1:00pm & 7:30pm.  The production will be held at Moline's Scottish Rite Cathedral, the perfect setting for "Dracula's Castle".


The original choreography and music collage is by the company's resident choreographer Deanna Carter; the ballet loosely follows the Bram Stoker's piece of literature "Dracula".



Join us for Dancing With Dracula at The Landing,

1601 River Dr., Moline after the Saturday night (9/29)

performance (approximately 9:30pm)


Dracula performance tickets are on sale NOW

at The Landing!

Stop in ~ Cash, Check & Credit Cards are accepted.

With your ticket purchase, you will receive a

$5 gift card from The Landing.


To purchase Dracula perfomance tickets from

Ballet Quad Cities, or for more information,

call (309) 786-3779 or go to

our website:

Partners in Performance

Time is running out to be included in our annual giving opportunity.  Do you want to help support bringing live music to Ballet Quad Cities through our partnership with Orchestra Iowa?  Its easy!  All the information is included here:


You can become a Charter Member of the

Partners in Performance by pledging a minimum

of $100 by August 27, 2012.


Thank you for your consideration!

East West Riverfest
September 7 - 16, 2012

Ballet Quad Cities Performance:

American Dance to American Music: Bare Bones Ballet


Open Rehearsal with resident choreographer Deanna Carter and guest dancer in Dracula, Domingo Rubio on Saturday, September 15, 2012 from 2 - 5pm (open house)


Location:  Ballet Quad Cities studios

613 17th St.

Rock Island, IL


$10 per person at the door to sit in and observe a professional ballet rehearsal.  Questions? Call (309) 786-3779


For more information about East West Riverfest, visit the website at:

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