Founded in 1976, Dallas Black Dance Theatre has been wowing the metroplex with contemporary modern dance for audiences spanning all generations. Twelve professional, full-time dancers perform modern, jazz, ethnic and spiritual works by some of the country’s best choreographers.

Currently, jaws drop as audiences watch the troupe performPicture 8 new works from New York based choreographer and Broadway based Lion King performer, Ray Mercer.  Now located in the up and coming Dallas Arts District, performances can been enjoyed at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre in the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.

When contemplating exploring the arts, the Dallas Black Dance Theatre provides not only consistently fresh entertainment, but offers classes (three levels each) in ballet, jazz, tap and Liturgical disciplines for ages 4 and up. Nearly 400 students per week enjoy learning in the year-round classes and develop a new appreciation for what they see up on stage.

With general admission tickets at $15,  it’s more than worth your while to check out a performance or learn one for your own personal repertoire.