Dallas Black Dance Theatre

Dallas Black Dance Theatre Our mission is to create and produce contemporary modern dance at its highest level of artistic excellence. Dallas Black Dance Theatre

Founded in 1976 by Ann Williams, the mission of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre is to create and produce contemporary modern dance at its highest level of artistic excellence.

We reach this mission through performances and educational programs that reach diverse communities. DBDT celebrates its 37th season as the oldest, continuously operating professional dance company in Dallas. The ensemble, consisting of 12 professional dancers, perform a mixed repertory of modern, jazz, ethnic and spiritual works by national and internationally acclaimed choreographers. Dallas Blac

We reach this mission through performances and educational programs that reach diverse communities. DBDT celebrates its 37th season as the oldest, continuously operating professional dance company in Dallas. The ensemble, consisting of 12 professional dancers, perform a mixed repertory of modern, jazz, ethnic and spiritual works by national and internationally acclaimed choreographers. Dallas Blac

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Black on Black is SOLD OUT, but you can still watch the performance virtually!This #DBDT holiday performance is based on...
11/24/2021

Black on Black is SOLD OUT, but you can still watch the performance virtually!
This #DBDT holiday performance is based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers.
View the performance at your convenience on-demand starting Saturday, December 4, 2021, from 11:00 pm CST through Monday, December 6, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Black on Black is SOLD OUT, but you can still watch the performance virtually!
This #DBDT holiday performance is based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers.
View the performance at your convenience on-demand starting Saturday, December 4, 2021, from 11:00 pm CST through Monday, December 6, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

11/23/2021

If you missed a peek Behind The Scenes of #DBDT, you can still watch it free on-demand through Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Watch the rehearsal process for DBDT and DBDT: Encore!
This is Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you.
Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria
Presenting sponsor: @MUFG

#DBDT Executive Director Zenetta S. Drew recently spoke on the "Remaining Relevant in a Digital Space" panel during the ...
11/22/2021

#DBDT Executive Director Zenetta S. Drew recently spoke on the "Remaining Relevant in a Digital Space" panel during the Women in Classical Music Symposium hosted by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Other panelists included Jessica Ruiz with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Carmen Menza a composer and Lydia Umlauf a violinist with the Dallas Symphony.
Dina-Marie Weineck; DM Classical Creative was the moderator.

Thank you to the sponsors for supporting this event.
Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation
@TexasCommArts
Texas Women's Foundation
Nancy Bierman Joanne Bober Yon Jorden Martha Wells
@CapitolOne
@EugeneMcdermottFoundation

#DBDT Executive Director Zenetta S. Drew recently spoke on the "Remaining Relevant in a Digital Space" panel during the Women in Classical Music Symposium hosted by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Other panelists included Jessica Ruiz with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Carmen Menza a composer and Lydia Umlauf a violinist with the Dallas Symphony.
Dina-Marie Weineck; DM Classical Creative was the moderator.

Thank you to the sponsors for supporting this event.
Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation
@TexasCommArts
Texas Women's Foundation
Nancy Bierman Joanne Bober Yon Jorden Martha Wells
@CapitolOne
@EugeneMcdermottFoundation

11/20/2021

Look what #DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers are cooking up in rehearsal for Black on Black.
The holiday performance is based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. The holiday experience is the perfect all-inclusive affair, including a complimentary happy hour at 6:30 pm and an eclectic performance in the intimate setting of DBDT’s studios at 7:30 pm.
Get tickets for Friday or Saturday, December 3-4.
Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Check out the rehearsal process for #DBDT and DBDT: Encore! You can watch the Monday, November 22, 2021, Behind the Scen...
11/18/2021

Check out the rehearsal process for #DBDT and DBDT: Encore!
You can watch the Monday, November 22, 2021, Behind the Scenes performance for FREE at your convenience on-demand from Monday at 3:00 pm CST to Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
This is Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you.
Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria
Presenting sponsor: @MUFG
Photo credit: @ChadiEl-Khoury
@hanadelong

Check out the rehearsal process for #DBDT and DBDT: Encore!
You can watch the Monday, November 22, 2021, Behind the Scenes performance for FREE at your convenience on-demand from Monday at 3:00 pm CST to Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
This is Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you.
Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria
Presenting sponsor: @MUFG
Photo credit: @ChadiEl-Khoury
@hanadelong

Congratulations to #DBDT Founder Ann Williams for being honored by the Business Council for the Arts with the 2021 Obeli...
11/17/2021

Congratulations to #DBDT Founder Ann Williams for being honored by the Business Council for the Arts with the 2021 Obelisk Lifetime Achievement Award. Ms. Williams says “It has been my life’s work
to build a lasting institution with its foundation in choreographic excellence and the talents of Black dancers. Now in our 45th anniversary year, Dallas Black Dance Theatre continues to change lives and impact communities, buoyed by new generations of artists and supporters.”

Congratulations to other honorees:
Kim Noltemy @AndySmith AT&T Performing Arts Center @PatronMagazine Atmos Energy @GenslerDallas
Patty Granville @SatishGupta Cathryn McClellan Kelly North Texas Performing Arts
Toyota USA @KimberleyWoodardScalia @HallArts @MelissaYoung Zenetta S. Drew

What a wonderful evening for the Arts during the 13th annual TACA (The Arts Community Alliance) Perforum with panelists ...
11/17/2021

What a wonderful evening for the Arts during the 13th annual TACA (The Arts Community Alliance) Perforum with panelists providing great inspiration.

@DonnaWilhelm
Embrey Family Foundation
KERA
@EY
James & Gayle Ziaks Halperin Foundation
Jim and Joleen Chambers
Latino Cultural Center
@Union:Coffee, Community, Cause
Zerbina Wines
On The Levee
#DBDT
#CatalystforChange
#DBDT45thAnniversary

Please join us in wishing Dallas Black Dance Theatre Artistic Director Melissa Young a Very Happy Birthday! 🎉Melissa has...
11/16/2021

Please join us in wishing Dallas Black Dance Theatre Artistic Director Melissa Young a Very Happy Birthday! 🎉

Melissa has been a part of #DBDT for 28 years starting as a dancer and holding several positions including Rehearsal Director, Academy Director, and Associate Artistic Director.

Her most notable performances include The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors in New York City, and for the U.S. Ambassadors to Ireland and Zimbabwe. She has restaged and rehearsed the diverse repertoire of DBDT, which spans over 100+ ballets. She was an Assistant to the Choreographers, Hope Clarke for the Dallas Opera’s Porgy and Bess (2009) and Christopher L. Huggins for Dallas Theater Center’s production of The Wiz (2011). Teaching master classes both nationally and internationally, Melissa specializes in the Dance Technique of Lester Horton.

Melissa serves on the Next Generation Leadership Committee for the International Association of Blacks in Dance, Inc. Melissa has received many honors over the years including the Natalie Skelton Award for Artistic Excellence, the Shining Star Award from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the “We Speak Your Name” Career Achievement Award from the 57th Annual South Central District Conference of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.

Please join us in wishing Dallas Black Dance Theatre Artistic Director Melissa Young a Very Happy Birthday! 🎉

Melissa has been a part of #DBDT for 28 years starting as a dancer and holding several positions including Rehearsal Director, Academy Director, and Associate Artistic Director.

Her most notable performances include The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors in New York City, and for the U.S. Ambassadors to Ireland and Zimbabwe. She has restaged and rehearsed the diverse repertoire of DBDT, which spans over 100+ ballets. She was an Assistant to the Choreographers, Hope Clarke for the Dallas Opera’s Porgy and Bess (2009) and Christopher L. Huggins for Dallas Theater Center’s production of The Wiz (2011). Teaching master classes both nationally and internationally, Melissa specializes in the Dance Technique of Lester Horton.

Melissa serves on the Next Generation Leadership Committee for the International Association of Blacks in Dance, Inc. Melissa has received many honors over the years including the Natalie Skelton Award for Artistic Excellence, the Shining Star Award from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the “We Speak Your Name” Career Achievement Award from the 57th Annual South Central District Conference of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.

There are no more seats left to #DBDT Behind the Scenes November 22-23, 2021, but you can watch the Monday performance w...
11/15/2021

There are no more seats left to #DBDT Behind the Scenes November 22-23, 2021, but you can watch the Monday performance with DBDT and DBDT: Encore! on-demand for free. Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you shines a light on what goes on Behind the Scenes during rehearsal.
Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria

Presenting sponsor : @MUFG

Photo credit: Chadi El-Khoury

There are no more seats left to #DBDT Behind the Scenes November 22-23, 2021, but you can watch the Monday performance with DBDT and DBDT: Encore! on-demand for free. Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you shines a light on what goes on Behind the Scenes during rehearsal.
Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria

Presenting sponsor : @MUFG

Photo credit: Chadi El-Khoury

Black on Black delivers a holiday party with original new works based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and D...
11/13/2021

Black on Black delivers a holiday party with original new works based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. The holiday experience is the perfect all-inclusive affair, including a complimentary happy hour at 6:30 pm and an eclectic performance in the intimate setting of DBDT’s studios at 7:30 pm.
Get tickets for Friday or Saturday, December 3-4.
Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe
Photo credit: Sharen Bradford - The Dancing Image
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Black on Black delivers a holiday party with original new works based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. The holiday experience is the perfect all-inclusive affair, including a complimentary happy hour at 6:30 pm and an eclectic performance in the intimate setting of DBDT’s studios at 7:30 pm.
Get tickets for Friday or Saturday, December 3-4.
Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe
Photo credit: Sharen Bradford - The Dancing Image
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

11/11/2021

29 Dallas Arts organizations are collaborating to Welcome Audiences Back to artistic venues.
Check out the video then click on this link to see what is happening in Dallas Arts and Culture.
www.WeAreDallasArts.org

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Don’t be stunned, you still have time to buy an on-demand ticket to see #DBDT Director’s Choice tonight (Wednesday 11/10...
11/10/2021

Don’t be stunned, you still have time to buy an on-demand ticket to see #DBDT Director’s Choice tonight (Wednesday 11/10/21) until 11:59 pm CST.
So order in, invite some friends over, and enjoy!
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7

@HanaDelong in "LIKE WATER" choreographed by Darrell Grand Moultrie.
"LIKE WATER" was commissioned by Jacob's Pillow as the inaugural recipient of the Joan B. Hunter New Work Commission, making its world premiere at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival on August 4, 2021.
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar.

Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Don’t be stunned, you still have time to buy an on-demand ticket to see #DBDT Director’s Choice tonight (Wednesday 11/10/21) until 11:59 pm CST.
So order in, invite some friends over, and enjoy!
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7

@HanaDelong in "LIKE WATER" choreographed by Darrell Grand Moultrie.
"LIKE WATER" was commissioned by Jacob's Pillow as the inaugural recipient of the Joan B. Hunter New Work Commission, making its world premiere at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival on August 4, 2021.
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar.

Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

The Art of Dance and the Art of Expression unfolds through Sierra Noelle Jones and Claude Alexander III in “Absolute Rul...
11/10/2021

The Art of Dance and the Art of Expression unfolds through Sierra Noelle Jones and Claude Alexander III in “Absolute Rule” by Elisa Monte and David Brown.
You can still catch the action of the #DBDT Director’s Choice performance at your convenience on-demand through Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
We apologize for any inconvenience connecting to the virtual performance this weekend. If you have an unused virtual ticket it can still be used to view the performance on this extended deadline.

Photograph by Amitava Sarkar.

Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

The Art of Dance and the Art of Expression unfolds through Sierra Noelle Jones and Claude Alexander III in “Absolute Rule” by Elisa Monte and David Brown.
You can still catch the action of the #DBDT Director’s Choice performance at your convenience on-demand through Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
We apologize for any inconvenience connecting to the virtual performance this weekend. If you have an unused virtual ticket it can still be used to view the performance on this extended deadline.

Photograph by Amitava Sarkar.

Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

If you missed this phenomenal moment with Nycole Ray during Director’s Choice this weekend, you can still catch the acti...
11/09/2021

If you missed this phenomenal moment with Nycole Ray during Director’s Choice this weekend, you can still catch the action at your convenience on-demand through Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
We apologize for any inconvenience connecting to the virtual performance this weekend. If you have an unused virtual ticket it can still be used to view the performance on this extended deadline.

Photograph by Amitava Sarkar of “The Edge of My Life…So Far” choreographed by Bruce Wood® Bruce Wood Dance
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

If you missed this phenomenal moment with Nycole Ray during Director’s Choice this weekend, you can still catch the action at your convenience on-demand through Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
We apologize for any inconvenience connecting to the virtual performance this weekend. If you have an unused virtual ticket it can still be used to view the performance on this extended deadline.

Photograph by Amitava Sarkar of “The Edge of My Life…So Far” choreographed by Bruce Wood® Bruce Wood Dance
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Thank you to all of you who joined us at our performance home in the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre this weekend for Direc...
11/07/2021

Thank you to all of you who joined us at our performance home in the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre this weekend for Director's Choice. It was so amazing to feel your energy! If you weren't able to join us, you can still watch the performance at your convenience on-demand though Monday night at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Thank you to all of you who joined us at our performance home in the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre this weekend for Director's Choice. It was so amazing to feel your energy! If you weren't able to join us, you can still watch the performance at your convenience on-demand though Monday night at 11:59 pm CST.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

This is just one split second of the amazing artistry you will see tonight in the final #DBDT Director's Choice performa...
11/06/2021

This is just one split second of the amazing artistry you will see tonight in the final #DBDT Director's Choice performance. Come join us at the @WylyTheatre at 7:30 pm or watch us virtual this weekend at your convenience.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar
Jessica Popoff Terrell Rogers

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

This is just one split second of the amazing artistry you will see tonight in the final #DBDT Director's Choice performance. Come join us at the @WylyTheatre at 7:30 pm or watch us virtual this weekend at your convenience.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar
Jessica Popoff Terrell Rogers

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Several dignitaries were in the audience for opening night at Dallas Black Dance Theatre's Director's Choice performance...
11/06/2021

Several dignitaries were in the audience for opening night at Dallas Black Dance Theatre's Director's Choice performance in the Wyly Theatre including Nelly G.
Hernández Reyes, the Consul of Trade and Investment for the Consulate General of Mexico in Dallas and Dallas City Councilman Paul Ridley of District 14.
You can still get tickets to see the final performance tonight or watch it virtually at your convenience this weekend.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation

Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Come see why “Absolute Rule” choreographed by Elisa Monte will take your breath away.Get your tickets now for Director’s...
11/05/2021

Come see why “Absolute Rule” choreographed by Elisa Monte will take your breath away.
Get your tickets now for Director’s Choice, tonight or Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Wyly Theatre, or enjoy via live stream or on-demand.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar
Sierra Noelle Jones Claude Alexander III
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

Come see why “Absolute Rule” choreographed by Elisa Monte will take your breath away.
Get your tickets now for Director’s Choice, tonight or Saturday at 7:30 pm in the Wyly Theatre, or enjoy via live stream or on-demand.
Details at https://bit.ly/3mGtdR7
Presenting sponsor Texas Instruments
Female Choreography Sponsor The Kaleta A.Doolin Foundation
Photograph by Amitava Sarkar
Sierra Noelle Jones Claude Alexander III
Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center

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Black on Black is SOLD OUT, but you can still watch the performance virtually! This #DBDT holiday performance is based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. View the performance at your convenience on-demand starting Saturday, December 4, 2021, from 11:00 pm CST through Monday, December 6, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST. Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center
If you missed a peek Behind The Scenes of #DBDT, you can still watch it free on-demand through Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST. Watch the rehearsal process for DBDT and DBDT: Encore! This is Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you. Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria Presenting sponsor: @MUFG
#DBDT Executive Director Zenetta S. Drew recently spoke on the "Remaining Relevant in a Digital Space" panel during the Women in Classical Music Symposium hosted by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Other panelists included Jessica Ruiz with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra Carmen Menza a composer and Lydia Umlauf a violinist with the Dallas Symphony. Dina-Marie Weineck; DM Classical Creative was the moderator. Thank you to the sponsors for supporting this event. Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation @TexasCommArts Texas Women's Foundation Nancy Bierman Joanne Bober Yon Jorden Martha Wells @CapitolOne @EugeneMcdermottFoundation
Look what #DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers are cooking up in rehearsal for Black on Black. The holiday performance is based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. The holiday experience is the perfect all-inclusive affair, including a complimentary happy hour at 6:30 pm and an eclectic performance in the intimate setting of DBDT’s studios at 7:30 pm. Get tickets for Friday or Saturday, December 3-4. Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center
Gather your family and friends together to share the magical tradition of Dallas Black Dance Academy’s Espresso Nutcracker. The Academy students take this classic story to another level with jazz-influenced musical excerpts from Duke Ellington’s Nutcracker Suite. Don’t miss this delightful evening Saturday, December 11, 2021, at 7 pm CST in the Majestic Theatre for a time your family will treasure. You can also enjoy it via Live stream or On-demand. Details at https://bit.ly/3D8jcTO Co-sponsors are @Macy’s and the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture AT&T Performing Arts Center Dallas Arts District
Check out the rehearsal process for #DBDT and DBDT: Encore! You can watch the Monday, November 22, 2021, Behind the Scenes performance for FREE at your convenience on-demand from Monday at 3:00 pm CST to Sunday, November 28, 2021, at 11:59 pm CST. This is Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you. Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria Presenting sponsor: @MUFG Photo credit: @ChadiEl-Khoury @hanadelong
Please join us in wishing Dallas Black Dance Theatre Artistic Director Melissa Young a Very Happy Birthday! 🎉 Melissa has been a part of #DBDT for 28 years starting as a dancer and holding several positions including Rehearsal Director, Academy Director, and Associate Artistic Director. Her most notable performances include The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., Lincoln Center Out-of-Doors in New York City, and for the U.S. Ambassadors to Ireland and Zimbabwe. She has restaged and rehearsed the diverse repertoire of DBDT, which spans over 100+ ballets. She was an Assistant to the Choreographers, Hope Clarke for the Dallas Opera’s Porgy and Bess (2009) and Christopher L. Huggins for Dallas Theater Center’s production of The Wiz (2011). Teaching master classes both nationally and internationally, Melissa specializes in the Dance Technique of Lester Horton. Melissa serves on the Next Generation Leadership Committee for the International Association of Blacks in Dance, Inc. Melissa has received many honors over the years including the Natalie Skelton Award for Artistic Excellence, the Shining Star Award from the Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, and the “We Speak Your Name” Career Achievement Award from the 57th Annual South Central District Conference of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc.
There are no more seats left to #DBDT Behind the Scenes November 22-23, 2021, but you can watch the Monday performance with DBDT and DBDT: Encore! on-demand for free. Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Thanksgiving holiday gift to you shines a light on what goes on Behind the Scenes during rehearsal. Details at https://bit.ly/31Uaria Presenting sponsor : @MUFG Photo credit: Chadi El-Khoury
Black on Black delivers a holiday party with original new works based on Black Music Legends choreographed by DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers. The holiday experience is the perfect all-inclusive affair, including a complimentary happy hour at 6:30 pm and an eclectic performance in the intimate setting of DBDT’s studios at 7:30 pm. Get tickets for Friday or Saturday, December 3-4. Details at https://bit.ly/3negJSe Photo credit: Sharen Bradford - The Dancing Image Dallas Arts District AT&T Performing Arts Center