Doing Well By Doing Good: Dallas Black Dance Theatre at 40
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Doing Well By Doing Good: Dallas Black Dance Theatre at 40

Forty years in the business – that fact has quietly crept up on Dallas Black…

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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward
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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward

Though it has been without an official artistic director for several months, Dallas Black Dance…

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Dancing to Remember
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Dancing to Remember

15 Signs that Contemporary Dance is Alive and Well in Texas
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Big D/Big Dance
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Big D/Big Dance

DanceFest, which ran Aug. 29-31 at Dallas City Performance Hall, is a project of the…

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Now is the Time
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Now is the Time

“It’s the best dance festival ever!” arts patron and producer Gayle Halperin says with a…

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The Vision Continues
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The Vision Continues

In the 37 years since Ann Williams took a risk and launched the company, Dallas…

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performania
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performania

In doing some early research on the history of ballet in Texas, I emailed my…

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Prone to Roam
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Prone to Roam

Artists are leaving Texas, and for good reason. Touring equals two important things for the…

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Artifacts:  September 2013
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Artifacts: September 2013

Houston artist Robert Pruitt and FotoFest International founders Wendy Watriss and Frederick Baldwin will be…

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