DSN Newswire For one night only, the two senior performing companies of Dallas Black Dance Theatre will captivate audiences in the city of Ft. Worth. Presenting Dancing Beyond Borders on Friday, March 29 at the W. E. Scott Theatre, both companies will perform crowd pleasing works from their Dallas Seasons. Thinking of You, an [...]
DSN Newswire Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s Aspiring Leadership Society presents “Spirit, Mind, & Body”, a conversation with representatives from the three remaining buildings in downtown Dallas built by and for African Americans on Wednesday, February 20 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The event, moderated by Don Baynham, will feature three prominent African American community [...]
DSN Newswire Concord Church on Saturday, February 23rd at 7:00 p.m. with a moving production entitled, “Mirror, Mirror.” African-Americans have contributed to our American society in every walk of life. One purpose of Black History Month is to honor those individuals who have sacrificed of themselves to serve and uplift others. Five women of the [...]
Opening Night on January 25th may be sold out; but you can enjoy the pay what you can on Friday, January 18th for the final production in DTC’s four-year Shakespeare Cycle and recipient of NEA’s Shakespeare in American Communities Grant By William Shakespeare Directed By Kevin Moriarty Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre • 2400 Flora [...]
DTC + DMA + RED at the Wyly in 2013 Dallas Theater Center announces its first production-specific collaboration Dallas Museum of Art in conjunction with the Tony Award®-winning play Red, which runs February 7-March 24 at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theater, 9th Floor. This unique effort will invite patrons and visitors of both organizations to learn about [...]
Just returning from a successful 35th Anniversary Season, that included presenting a first New York Season, and performances in Edinburgh, Scotland for the 2012 London Cultural Olympiad, Dallas Black Dance Theatre (DBDT) continues to raise the barre. Dallas Black Dance Theatre has stepped outside of its comfort zone beginning the 36th Season – A Season [...]
by Kelsey Guy Dallas Theater Center is delighted to present Dickens’ classic tale, A Christmas Carol, at the historic Kalita Humphreys Theater. DTC Associate Artistic Director Joel Ferrell will direct and choreograph this festive holiday story of redemption and forgiveness that has become a holiday tradition for DTC and for theater-goers across North Texas. This [...]
AART (2007-2012), begins its fifth season with the production Crowns By Mia Castillo Strong singers, engaging actors, and witty dancers all took the stage last Saturday night to produce a play full of laughter, joy and tears. Crowns is the first production of the African American Repertory Theater’s (AART) fifth season. The play is a [...]
The South Dallas Cultural Center is a place where South Dallas artists of any kind can create and showcase their art along side many other artist who specialize in African art.
Free Man of Color at DeSoto Corner Theatre beautifully tells the story of the first freed slave to graduate from Ohio University.