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Dance Planet 19
DANCE ON . . .
America's Oldest & Largest 
Free Dance Festival
April 11 & April 12
Booker T. Washington HSPVA
in the
Dallas Arts District
 
Performance Registration opens February 2, 2015!
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LaQuet
Headliner: LaQuet Sharnell Pringle
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eatured soloist in Broadway/National Tours: Memphis The Musical (Ethel),
The Lion King, Sweet Charity (Helene), among others—and Off Broadway and
regional credits. Currently residing in Austin, she's an adjunct professor in the
Musical Theater Department at Texas State University. LaQuet also teaches at
Ballet Austin and Tru Dance Project. 

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AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE SHOWCASES

APRIL 11 & 12 . 1 - 5PM
Featured 80 Dance Troupes of all Styles
Montgomery Arts Theater . Booker T. WHSPVA
For more information, call 214.219.2290
30 Dance & Fitness Classes, Pilates Zone, Afternoon
Performance Showcase, Question & Answer with LaQuet
Dance Planet 19 is the latest incarnation of a 19 year-old phenomenon that grew out of the DFW area and surrounding North Texas dance community. Hundreds of participants join DCNT at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts in the Dallas Arts District for two days of exciting dance opportunities. Samba, mix in some mambo and jazz, Pilates, and Afro-Caribbean. Couple all that with a Special Appearance Hour and an afternoon Performance Showcase of dance styles from around the world. In a nutshell, this is Dance Planet 19. It has something for everyone. And it's ALL free!

19 Years of Fun, Food, Family

An alphabet soup of dance styles … 
from African to tap, and in between ballet, belly dance, Bharatha Naatyam,
Charleston,
folklorico, hip-hop, Lindy, modern and swing.

~ Margaret Putnam/Dance Critic

What is on the agenda for DP 19?
 30 free classes from samba to swing; African to Middle Eastern; circus silks to two-step; tap to contemporary; ballet to Pilates; a special Twitter-feedscavenger hunt; and two extraordinary afternoon Performance Showcases with over 80 dance companies and more than 1,000 performers from the North Texas region. Each Showcase culminates with a solo performance by LaQuet. Dance Planet is America’s largest FREE dance festival and appropriate for all ages. Dance Planet is made possible, in part, by title sponsor Heritage Auctions (ha.com), with support from Booker T. Washington HSPVA; City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs; Dallas Independent School District; Metroplex Pilates; Texas Commission on the Arts in association with the National Endowment for the Arts; and support from the private sector. Schedules will be posted online at thedancecouncil.org.
For more information, please contact Executive Director Pam Deslorieux at director@thedancecouncil.org or 214.219.2290.
 


Photos by Fermaint Photography www.FermaintPhotography.com

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Thank You Sponsors/Angels/Dancers/Professionals/ volunteers Dance Planet 18 is made possible by the generous support of Title Sponsor of 18 years, Heritage Auction Galleries; online media www.theaterjones.com. Among the Sponsors are South Dallas Cultural Center, BookerT. Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts, Dallas Independent School District; Metroplex Pilates; City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Ellen Kendrick Creative, Inc, Sarah Nesbit Creative, Shery Sughroue/ TPN; Sammons Center for the Arts, TITAS, The Town of Addison, The Downtown Business News, Texas Commission on the Arts in association with the National Endowment forthe Arts. The Performance Showcase is made possible by DCNT member organizations.Special thanks to the Planet Angels for their continuous gifts every year, and to thehundreds of volunteers who keep Planet up and running. It takes a village. We thankeveryone for your incredible support.

 

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