In-Person with Dallas Black Dance Theater

Dallas Black Dance Theater: Encore! moves across the metroplex by Dancing Beyond Borders. The dancers appear to levitate across the stage as they perform Opaque, a mysterious and majestic work choreographed by Nycole Ray. In Nineteenth, another Ray showpiece, the dancers pay homage to women who engage in a tug-of-war for power as they pursue the right to vote and gain equality.


Experience the vitality of the next generation of dancers through the I. M. Terrell Academy for STEM & Visual Performing Arts Dance Ensemble from Fort Worth ISD. Their Director Christen Reyes was a Fort Worth ISD student herself when a DBDT performance inspired her to become a dancer and ultimately a member of DBDT: Encore!


You can enjoy this performance Live and In-Person with a series of effective and thoughtful health and safety guidelines in place.

REOPENING GUIDELINES: DBDT will require all patrons, dancers, and staff who attend to follow COVID health and safety guidelines.

All performances will operate at a limited capacity.

In order to promote social distancing, seats will be spaced two seat-pods apart.

Face masks are required for patrons and must be worn at all times.

Sanitizing stations will be available containing at least 60% alcohol.

DBDT requires all staff and dancers to be fully vaccinated.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms, have been diagnosed within the past 14 days, or had recent close contact with someone known or suspected to have COVID-19, please stay home and contact us to exchange your ticket for a credit to a future event.

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