Dallas Black Dance Theater to perform at Richland College
The Dallas Black Dance Theater (DBDT) will be performing as part of Richland College’s Black History Month celebration on Tues., Feb. 8, 12:30-1:30 p.m. at the Fannin Performance Hall.
Founded in 1976, the DBDT is the oldest, continuously operating professional dance company in Dallas. It’s mission is to create and produce contemporary modern dance at its highest level of artistic excellence through performances and educational programs that bridge cultures and reach diverse communities. The ensemble is a contemporary modern dance company, consisting of 12 full-time dancers performing a mix of modern, jazz, ethnic and spiritual works by nationally and internationally known choreographers. Under the direction of Founder/Artistic Director Ann Williams, the company employs a diverse, multi-ethnic troupe of dancers who reach an ever-expanding national and global audience by performing for audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Over the course of it’s history, the company has performed for 2.5 million arts patrons and 1.5 million children worldwide.
This free performance is sponsored by the Office of Student Life. For additional information call 972-238-6130.