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the performance calendar forMay-July 11/DFWMetroplex


June 10-12 DonQuixote


TexasBalletTheater brings this exciting literarymasterpiece to the stagewith humor and grandeur. Fromthe title charactersDonQuixote and his sidekick Sancho Panza to the young loversKitri andBasilio, this full length ballet andNorth Texas premiere byBenStevensonis sure to delight audiences of all ages. Let your imagination runwild, just likeDonQ’s,with the extraordinary production. June 10-11, 2011 at 8:00 pmand June 11-12 at 2:00 pmatBass PerformanceHall, 525Commerce St. (betweenCommerce andCalhoun), FortWorth, Texas 76102. $19-$99. 877-828-9200.www.Texasballettheater.org


June 8-July 3 Billy Elliott Presented byAT&TPerformingArtsCenterBroadway Season. WinspearOperaHouse,Dallas, Texas 75201. 214-880-0202. www.attpac.org


June 7-12 Stomp


Stomp is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, sexy,utterlyunique and appeals to audiences of all ages. The international percussionsensation has garnered anarmful of awards and rave reviews, andhas appeared onnumerousnational televisionshows. The eight-member troupeuses everything but conventional percussioninstruments –matchboxes, woodenpoles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters,hubcaps – to fill the stagewithmagnificent rhythms.AsUSAToday says, “Stomp finds beauti- fulnoises inthe strangest places.” Presented byDallas Summer Musicals. June 7-12, 2011 atmultiple times at TheMusicHall at Fair Park, 909 1stAvenue,Dallas, Texas 75210. $12-$70. To purchase tickets, visit ormail order formto TheBoxOffice, 542 PrestonRoyal Shopping Center,Dallas, Texas 75230.Or, call 214-346-3300. www.dallassummermusicals.org


June 14-26 Spamalot


The funniest showonearthis back to tauntDallas for a second time! Winner of the 2005 Tony®Award forBestMusical,MontyPython’s Spamalot, themusical comedy sensationlovingly ripped off fromMonty Pythonand TheHolyGrail,nowreturns to spread laughter and cheer throughout the kingdom. Spamalot tells the tale ofKingArthur andhis Knights of theRound Table as they embark ontheir quest for theHoly Grail.However, diverting a bit fromthe true story, thishilariousmusical features a line of beautiful dancing girls, a flatulent Frenchmanand killer rabbits.Outside there is plaguewitha 50%chance of pestilence and famine. Presented byDallas SummerMusicals. June 14-26, 2011 atmultiple times at TheMusicHall at Fair Park, 909 1stAvenue, Dallas, Texas 75210. $12-$70. To purchase tickets, visit ormail order formto TheBoxOffice, 542 PrestonRoyal ShoppingCenter,Dallas, Texas 75230.Or, call 214-346-3300.www.dallassummermusicals.org


June 16-18 Elledanceworks Season 14 Finale ElledanceworksDanceCompany presents their season finale com- pleting 14 years of creating dance in theMetroplex! The concert fea- tures choreography byCo-ArtisticDirectorsRonelleEddings and MicheleHanlonaswell as companymembers ShelleyPadilla, TiffaneeArnoldandMelissaBjork. You don’twant tomiss this! June 16-18, 2011 at 8:00 pmat TheBathHouseCulturalCenter, 521E. LawtherDrive,Dallas, Texas 75218. $15 general admission, $12 students, seniors&DanceCouncilMembers, children under age 12 are free. 214-366-0630 orElledanceworks@att.net


Pictured:Elledanceworks. Photo:BrianGuilliaux


June 16-22 Jesus Christ Superstar Presented by PerformingArts FortWorth.Bass PerformanceHall, FortWorth, Texas 76102. $33-$71.50. 817-212-4280; 877-212-4280 toll- free;www.basshall.com


June 21-25 Tap-A-Lot TheDanceCouncil ofNorthTexas andDallas SummerMusicals present Tap-a-Lot in commemoration ofNationalTapDanceDay. Tap-a-Lot features numerous tap dance performances by area dance organizations, 2011DCNT ScholarshipRecipients and theHoofin’ Crewchoreographed byTracy Jordan. June 21-25, 2011 from 7:00-7:45 pmat TheMusicHall at Fair Park, 909 1stAvenue,Dallas, Texas 75210. Free. 214-219-2290.www.thedancecouncil.org


National TapDance Celebration 2010. Photo: ChrisWaits page 8 may 2011 www.thedancecouncil.org DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publicationof the dance council ofnorthtexas vol. 14 • no. 2


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