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the performance calendar for Aug-Oct 15

September 17-19, 24-26 Hair:TheAmericanTribal Love-RockMusical

As relevant today as itwas 1967, Hair captures the hippie countercul- ture’s outrage regardingwar, envi- ronmental destruction and discrimi- nation.BookerT.Washington HighSchool for thePerforming andVisualArts presents themusi- cal that shattered convention and helpedmobilize the nation through peace, love andmusic. Led byDallas TheaterCenter’sArtisticDirector KevinMoriarty, the creative team ofmusical directorLindyDavis and choreographerLaQuet Sharnell Pringle invite you to groove to the anthems of the sixties—“Aquarius,” “Easy toBeHard,” “WhereDo IGo?” and “GoodMorning Starshine.” With a book and lyrics by JamesRado andGeromeRagni and music byGaltMacDermot, the cast incites the audience to join in the happening. September 17-19, 24-26, 2015 at 7:00 pmat the MontgomeryArts Theater,BTWHSPVA, 2501 Flora St.,Dallas, TX 75201. Two performanceswill be presented on the 19th and 26th. $10, $15, and $25/$5with student ID. Limited pay-what-you-can tickets each performance.


September 18-19 TwylaTharpDance 50thAnniversaryTour

“She is anAmerican original…Twyla Tharp has changed the face ofAmerican dance.With disarming brashness, she has been clear about her life’swork. ‘Modern dance is not less,’ she has said, ‘modern dance ismore.’”—Kennedy CenterHonors 2008.Alegendary dance artist,TwylaTharpis one of themost important dancer/choreographers of our time. The program will feature two newworks tomusic by J.SBach, JohnZorn, and the jazz ofHenryButler and SteveBurnstein.TITAS Presentswith theAT&TPerformingArtsCenter and four national presenters have partnered to commission Tharp’s newworks celebrating five decades of groundbreaking dance-making.And this rareworld pre- miere by a seminal artist is taking place here inDallas: definitely a must-see! September 18 – 19, 2015 at 8:00 pmat theWinspear OperaHouse, 2401 Flora St.,Dallas, TX75201. Flex and full season subscriptions available now.

September 24 Swan Lake

RussianGrandBallet under theArtisticDirection ofVladimir Troschenko presents the full-length classic production of theworld’s most famous ballet—Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake. The combination of pure romanticismandTchaikovsky’s famous balletmusic continue to reach newgenerations of audiences.ComposerPyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, togetherwith choreographerMariusPetipa, raised both balletmusic and dance to newheightswith this piece. September 24, 2015 at 7:30 pmin theHill PerformanceHall,EisemannCenter, 2351 PerformanceDr,Richardson, TX75082. Starting from$27.

Pictured:RussianGrandBallet in “Swan Lake.”

September 26-27 {254}DANCE-FEST2015

Pictured: Twyla Tharp in rehearsal page 8

OutOnaLimbDanceCompany andWacoCulturalArts Fest pres- ent {254}DANCE-FEST—a newpro- fessionalmodern dance festival in Central Texas. {254}DANCE-FEST 2015 performances include: Randall Flinn,AdDeumDance Company,Houston, Texas; CharlesAnderson,Austin, Texas; ErikaRecord&BrittanyLopez, Denton&SanAntonio, Texas; AJGarciaRameau,Austin, Texas; Collective ForceDanceCompany, FortWorth, Texas;AvantChamber Ballet,Dallas, Texas;Danielle GeorgiouDanceGroup,Dallas, Texas; amiti perry+company,Dallas, Texas; SusanDouglas Roberts,wild goose chase, FortWorth, Texas;TonyaPenny, LannayaDrum&Dance,Austin, Texas;L.Brooke Schlecte,Out OnaLimbDanceCompany,Waco, Texas;ChristineBergeron, BrazosContemporaryDanceCollective,Bryan, Texas;MaryLynn Babcock, SatelliteDance,Denton, Texas;RachelBruce Johnson, TheBellHouse,Owasso,Oklahoma;Amanda Jackson,BigRig DanceCollective,Dallas, Texas;Andee Scott commission forOut OnaLimbDanceCompany, St. Petersburg, Florida; andAngela Falcone,Kilgore, Texas. September 26, 2015with performances at 5:00 pmand 7:00 pmand September 27 at 2:00 pmat theWaco ConventionCenter, 100WashingtonAve.,BrazosRoomNorth,Waco, TX76701.

Aug-Oct 2015 DANCE!NORTHTEXAS a publication of the dance council of north texas vol 18 • no 3

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