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the performance calendar for Aug-Oct 15


October 16-18 Dracula


TexasBalletTheater beckons audiences to venture into dangerous into newterrainwithBenStevenson’s retelling of the classicGothic tale—Dracula. This spellbindingmasterpiecewill transfix you fromfirst to last bite.Accompanied by the FortWorthSymphonyOrchestra, JohnLanchbery’s arrangement of FranzLiszt’s scorewill have you willingly exposing your throat in this perilous tale of seduction.October 16, 2015 at 8:00 pm,October 17 at 2:00&8:00 pmandOctober 18 at 2:00&8:00 pmatBass PerformanceHall, 525Commerce St, Fort Worth, TX76102. $15-$140. 877-828-9200,www.texasballettheater.org/ or 817-212-4280,www.basshall.com/


October 29-30 KyleAbraham/Abraham.In.Motion


“Avant-garde aesthetic, an original and politicallyminded downtown sensibility that doesn’t distinguish between genres, but freely draws on a vocabulary that is asmuchMerce andMartha as it isEadweardMuybridge andMichael Jackson.”—RebeccaBengal, Vogue. InfectiousMusic andMagnetic Dancers—that’sAbraham.In.Motion.Urban funkmeetsmodern dance.MacArthur “Genius”Award recipientKyleAbrahamhas forged ameteoric rise to stardomfor his unique and compelling chore- ography.His dancersmovewith truth, earthiness and an elegance that is unique toAbraham’s choreographic genius.Absolutely accessible and immediately sophisticated defines this dance experience—amust- seeTITASPresentsworld premiere performancewith livemusic and phenomenal dancers.October 29–30, 2015 at 8:00 pmat theCity PerformanceHall, 2520 Flora St.,Dallas, TX75201. Flex and full season subscriptions available now. 214-880-0202.www.attpac.org/titas/


Pictured: TBT in “Dracula”


Pictured:KyleAbrahamin “TheGettin.” Photo: IanDouglas


October 30 -November 1 DanceTCUin Concert


DanceTCUpresents choreography by SCCDance faculty, guest, and MFAcandidate choreographerswith lighting design by SCCDance facultymember,Roma Flowers.October 30&31, 2015 at 7:00 pm (Please note newstart time) andOctober 31&November 1 at 1:00 pm (Please note newstart time) atEd LandrethAuditorium, TCUCampus, 2800UniversityDr., FortWorth, TX76109. $10, studentswith TCUID or Student IDfromother institutions $5.Children under 6 enter free. 871-257-7615.www.dance.tcu.edu/www.facebook.com/tcusccd/


November 6-7 AkramKhan Company


“Atrue choreographer—someonewho askswhat it is to be human and provides the answers in dance.”—Sarah Frater, LondonEvening Standard.Akram Khanis one of themost acclaimed choreographers of his generation working today.British born and ofBangladeshi decent,Khan is cele- brated internationally for stunningly craftedworks that demand the audience’s attention.Hiswork takes you to newand unexpected places through human themes and exploration. Thoughtful, provocative and surprising,Kaash is a stunning collaborationwith famed artistAnish Kapoor and composerNitinSawhney. ThisTITASPresents performance is amasterwork of artistic collaboration.November 6–7, 2015 at 8:00 pmat theCity PerformanceHall, 2520 Flora St.,Dallas, TX 75201. 214-880-0202.www.attpac.org/titas/


page 10 Aug-Oct 2015 www.thedancecouncil.org DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publication of the dance council of north texas vol 18 • no 3


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