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Dallas Black Dance Theatre Presents DanceAfrica 2018

October 5 and 6

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    Dallas Black Dance Theatre Presents DanceAfrica 2018
    Dallas Black Dance Theater

    NBC 5 and the Dallas Black Dance Theatre (DBDT) invite you to experience the 13th annual DanceAfrica performance on Friday, October 5, and Saturday, October 6, at the Moody Performance Hall in Dallas.

    DBDT kicks off their 42nd season with the 13th Annual DanceAfrica series on October 5-6, at the Moody Performance Hall. Friday and Saturday evening performances will feature guest artist, Step Afrika! The international touring company jubilantly links the historic tradition between South African dance and stepping, a ritual for African American fraternities and sororities across America.

    On Saturday, October 6, DBDT will be hosting the DanceAfrica Festival, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Annette Strauss Square. The free family event will feature mainstream performances by dancers from Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Dallas Youth Repertory Project, Grupo Folklorico Mexico Lindo, and other college and high school dance teams. Fun for the entire family, the event will include vendors, fun, art, children’s activities, face painting, and a fashion show by Trendy Africa.

    To learn more, visit www.DBDT.com.

    DanceAfrica 2018
    Performances
    October 5 and 6, 2018
    7:30 pm
    Moody Performance Hall
    Dallas, TX
    www.DBDT.com

    DanceAfrica Festival
    Saturday, October 6, 2018
    10:00 am-3:00 pm
    FREE ADMISSION
    Annette Strauss Square
    Dallas, TX

    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.