Dallas Black Dance Theatre (DBDT) is offering a unique, all-inclusive, Black on Black holiday experience December 7-8, 2018, at the DBDT Studios, 2700 Ann Williams Way, Dallas, TX, 75201. Presented by Bank of Texas, the evening includes a complimentary happy hour, holiday-themed performance, and after-party. The happy hour starts at 6:30 pm. Guests can mix and mingle with complimentary light bites and cocktails. At 7:30 pm, guests can enjoy the captivating collaboration of DBDT and DBDT: Encore! dancers who have choreographed and produced new works. An after-party follows with a Live DJ, DBDT dancers, light bites, and cocktails.
The 2018 edition will have a holiday theme. This includes a tap duet set to “Jingle Bells,” company works set to “O Tannenbaum” and “Feliz Navidad” and a dramatic solo set to “Silent Night.” DBDT dancer Charles Patterson choreographed Tales of Love with a Hanukkah theme. To develop the dance, Patterson talked to friends who dance with the Batsheva Dance Company in Israel.
All this holiday fun is included in the $40 ticket! You must be 21 or older to attend.
For ticket details, visit; www.attpac.org
Black on Black Presenting Sponsor
Bank of Texas
Roxor Artisan Gin
Season Supporters: Texas Commission on the Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Lexus, OverseeMyIT, The Dallas Examiner, The Dallas Post Tribune, Elite News, AT&T Performing Arts Center, Trendy Africa, and Arts+Culture.
ABOUT DALLAS BLACK DANCE THEATRE: Dallas Black Dance Theatre is an internationally recognized professional dance company that engages the cross-cultural community through contemporary modern dance presented from the African-American experience. Founded by Ann Williams in 1976, the company has been designated as an American Masterpiece Touring Artist by the National Endowment for the Arts in 2008 and received the Texas Medal of Arts Award for Arts Education in 2017.
Dallas Black Dance Academy, the official school of Dallas Black Dance Theatre, celebrates 45 years of delivering dance instruction to a community of diverse backgrounds. More than 550 students participate weekly in 50 dance classes, which include ballet, jazz, tap, modern, and African.