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2018–2019 | 42nd Season Calendar

Director’s Choice


November 2–4, 2018 – Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre

Relevant. Powerful. Moving. 

Tommie-Waheed Evans moves you as emotionally charged Bodies as Site of Faith and Protest draws on fierce physical language through dance set to iconic speech excerpts by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Witness the strength and stamina of DBDT dancers as they push through the layers of Lily Cabatu Weiss’ Thrown for a Loop. Weiss navigates the unknown as the dancers explore the complexities of life’s unexpected challenges.

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Black on Black


December 7–8, 2018 – DBDT Studios

Infectious Dance. Holiday Party. Captivating Collaboration.

It’s a unique experience! A complimentary holiday Happy Hour starts the evening. Then DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers showcase their skills as choreographers, creating works performed by their fellow dancers. The evening concludes with a Live DJ and DBDT dancers in an after-party finale. All this holiday fun for the price of one ticket! You must be 21 or older to attend.

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Cultural Awareness

February 15–17, 2019 – Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre

Rooted in History. American Treasures. Sultry and Seductive.

DBDT salutes the “Queen of American Folk Music” and the “High Priestess of Soul.” Two women of courage influenced the world and used their musical voices for change. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Rehearsal Director and Guest Artist Matthew Rushing exemplifies Odetta Holmes’ magical voice by blending soul-stirring movements to folk, gospel, and blues music in ODETTA. Iconic choreographer Dianne McIntyre’s Nina Simone Project epitomizes her regal presence with choreography set to Simone’s signature classical, jazz, and soul fusion.

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Dancing Beyond Borders – Fort Worth


March 16, 2019 – W. E. Scott Theatre (Fort Worth, TX)

This is the perfect setting to indulge in the best of Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Both DBDT and DBDT: Encore! perform with meticulous technique and artistry, crowd-pleasing season highlights in Fort Worth.

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Dancing Beyond Borders – Richardson


March 22, 2019 – Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations (Richardson, TX)

This is the perfect setting to indulge in the best of Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Both DBDT and DBDT: Encore! perform with meticulous technique and artistry, crowd-pleasing season highlights in Richardson. 

Tickets are sold through the Eisemann Center’s box office. Tickets on sale January 2019.

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DBDT: Encore! – Rising Excellence


April 12–13, 2019 – Moody Performance Hall

Daring. Adventurous. Bold Theatrics.

Dr. Lorenzo “Rennie” Harris is known for going outside the box to choreograph hip-hop works fusing Shakespearean narrative with hip-hop vocabulary while mixing hip-hop music with rock, modern and classical sounds. The Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Family SOLUNA International Music & Arts Festival commissions a new work for DBDT: Encore! by emerging choreographer My’kal J. Stromile. He graduated from The Juilliard School in 2018 with its prestigious Héctor Zaraspe Choreographic Award. Now an apprentice with Boston Ballet, Stromile is right at home with DBDT: Encore!, having danced with the company while attending Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. Stromile’s choreography takes influence from ballet, stretching beyond the classical form and layered with many facets of expressionism. 

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Spring Celebration


May 17–19, 2019 – Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre

Panache! Style! Passion! 

That’s the New York Times description of guest artist Ballet Hispánico. Don’t miss this opportunity to see the nation’s premier Latino dance company that shares Latin culture through the lens of contemporary modern dance. Get ready for a soul-satisfying journey with Princess Grace award-winning choreographer Darrell Grand Moultrie. He is creating a new work for DBDT that weaves together multiple genres.

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Past Performances

Below is a list of past performances for the 2018–2019 season. Join our mailing list to receive information about upcoming performances and events.

DanceAfrica


October 5–6, 2018
 – Moody Performance Hall

The Drums. The Movements. The Vibrant Colors. 

DanceAfrica, a festival of African arts and culture, touches your spirit as dancers and drummers ignite the stage. Internationally renowned guest artist and Washington, DC-based Step Afrika! celebrates the historic connection between traditional African dance and the art form of stepping, a ritual for African American fraternities and sororities across America.

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DanceAfrica Marketplace & Festival


October 6, 2018
 – Annette Strauss Square

Enjoy the day-long FREE DanceAfrica Marketplace and mainstage performances with fun and games for the entire family. 

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