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the performance calendar for Feb-Apr 15

March 27 DancingBeyondBorders (North)

DallasBlackDanceTheatre andDallasBlackDanceTheatre II present this season’s audience favorites.Make your plans to see these enticing and innovativeworks.March 27, 2015 at theEisemann Center, 2351 PerformanceDrive,Richardson, TX, 75082. $25.

March 27-28 Diavolo

Absolutely architecture inmotion,Diavolo, known for large interactive sets and stunning acrobatics, returns toDallaswith the finalwork, Fluid Infinities, of a trilogy ofworks.Over the years,TITASPresents has presented all theworks of this trilogy.Known for large interactive sets and stunning acrobatics,Diavolo is always aTITASPresents favorite.Daring and ground-breaking,Diavolo goeswhere no other company dares. This highly anticipated return engagement is sure to sell out.March 27-28, 2015 at 8:00 pmat theWinspearOperaHouse, 2403 Flora Street,Dallas, TX75201. $55-$75. 214-880-0202.

Chamberlain’sAssociateArtisticDirectorCarterAlexander’s choreogra- phy for PrincessAurora’swedding scene fromThe SleepingBeauty. Presented by theCity of Plano.March 28, 2015 at 7:00 pmat the EisemannCenter, 2351 PerformanceDrive,Richardson, TX75082. $12-$100.

March 30-April 5 Rodgers&Hammerstein’sTheKing and I

East versusWestmakes for a dramatic, richly textured and ultimately uplifting tale of enormous fascination. It is 1862 in Siamwhen an Englishwidow,Anna Leonowens, and her young son arrive at the Royal Palace inBangkok, having been summoned by theKing to serve as tutor to hismany children andwives. TheKing is largely considered to be a barbarian by those in theWest, and he seeksAnna’s assistance in changing his image, if not hisways.Alongwith the dazzling score, the incomparable JeromeRobbins ballet, The SmallHouse ofUncle Thomas, is one of the all-timemarvels of themusical stage.March 30- April 5, 2015 atmultiple times at TheMusicHall at Fair Park, 909 1st Ave,Dallas, TX75210. From$25. 214-691-7200.


March 27-29 DanceTCUin Concert

This springDanceTCUpresents original choreography by dance facul- tymember Suki Johnand guest choreographersMichaelBearden, ArtisticDirector ofBalletArkansas;Ming-LungYang, formerly of TrishaBrownDanceCompany; andAndee Scott, artistic director and performer.Also featuredwill be PaquitaVariations, staged by SCCDfac- ultymember, Jessica Zeller. The concert features lighting design by SCCDfacultymemberRoma Flowers.March 27, 2015 at 8:00 pm, March 28 at 2:00&8:00 pmandMarch 29 at 2:00 pmatEd Landreth Auditorium, TexasChristianUniversity, 2800UniversityDrive, FortWorth, TX76109. $5 TCUID&student IDfromother institutions, $10 general.Children under 6 enter free. 817-257-7615.

March 28 Focal Pointe

WendyWhelanandBrianBrooks joinChamberlainPerforming Arts in an one night only evening of amixed repertoire production featuring the debut ofMr.Brooks First Fall duet part ofMsWhelan’s Restless Creature project.MeredithStrathmeyer andColby Foss per- formBang,Bangwithmusic byNancy Sinatra—awork choreo- graphed forMs Strathmeyer byGarrettAmmon,ArtisticDirector of WonderboundCompanyArtists.Chamberlain PerformingArts per- forms an excerpt ofGeorgeBalanchine’s iconic Serenade and

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April 3-4 20M&M(twenty years ofmadness andmagic)

BecklesDancingCompany, under the artistic direction ofLoris AnthonyBeckles, presents premieres, repertory favorites, revivals and guests.LelaBell andTinaMullone performa newduet created for them.LaylaBrent and JaredBrowndanceDu Lahka, created by AndreR.George in 1995.April 3-4, 2015 at 8:00 pmat the South DallasCulturalCenter, 3400 S. FitzhughAvenue,Dallas, TX75210. $10 students/seniors/members ofDCNT or Star System-$20.

DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publication of the dance council of north texas vol 18 • no 1

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