For Release through July 30
DALLAS –The Brookhaven College Dancers’ Theatre will entertain audiences with three free performances July 28-30 at 8:30 p.m. in the International Courtyard. Student choreography and performances cover a wide-range of styles from modern to lyrical, from theatrical to hip hop.
In addition to dancers taking courses at the college, there will be special guest performances. Dancers’ Theatre welcomes performances from Baba Yaga, Repertory Dance Theatre of Texas and University of Texas at Dallas.
Dancers’ Theatre is the performance company extension of the Brookhaven College School of the Arts Dance Department. The dance company performs concerts three times a year, for all levels and ages of dancers. They also perform regularly for The Dallas Morning News Dance Festival and the Denton Arts and Jazz Festival. The Dance Department at Brookhaven College offers classical ballet, burlesque, salsa, modern, tap, jazz and hip-hop courses for college credit or personal enrichment. The Brookhaven College School of the Arts dance professors include professional dancers and choreographers like Anna Marie Ewert-Pittman, founder of Ewert & Company dance company; Shannon Tate, co-founder of the Ground Level Dance Company; and Michael Mayes, who has performed with Ballet Dallas, Ballet Metropolitan, Ballet Metrocrest and the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet.
Performances are at Brookhaven College, located at 3939 Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch. The performances are free and open to the public. For more information about these performances or about dance classes, please contact the dance office at 972-860-4122.
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