When: Sat., Feb. 11, 8 p.m. 2017
Founded by Ann Williams as a community-based organization in 1976, Dallas Black Dance Theatre has since grown into a fully professional institution with a focus on producing multicultural modern dance for diverse audiences. The company is the oldest continuously operating dance company in Dallas, and its 12-member multi-ethnic stall of dancers performs year-round both locally and internationally. DBDT’s 2016-2017 season features a selection of contemporary dances that includes Jamal Story’s What to Say, a duet that muses on the myth of Echo and Narcissus and features aerial silks, and Christopher Huggin’s ensemble Night Run, in which the dancers evoke the transformation of human behavior and social mores as day becomes night. Details on the master class to be held by Dallas Black Dance Theatre on February 10th at 6pm can be found on the Carver's website.