Best Bets • 02.26.16

Posted on 25 Feb 2016 at 11:10pm

Friday 02.26—Saturday 02.27

Black-Dance

Black Academy of Arts and Letters presents 12th annual Festival of Black Dance Weekend

Jamaica’s Stella Maris Dance Company returns to Dallas to share the spotlight with Atlanta Dance Connection, in it’s first Dallas appearance, at the Black Academy of Arts and Letters’ 12th annual Festival of Black Dance. The Stella Marris company will perform the specially commissioned spoken word piece, “My Language,” written by Curtis King.

DEETS:
Naomi Martin Main Stage
605 S. Griffin St. 8 p.m.
Tickets are $10

Saturday 02.27

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‘Real Housewives’ star performing Saturday at The Brick

With six consecutive No. 1 dance hits under her belt and a new album due out this spring, Erika Jayne is sure to get you in the mood to move. Dannee Phann Productions presents the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star at The Brick, 2525 Wycliff Road. Doors open at 9 p.m.; the show starts at midnight and will be followed by
a meet-and-greet with Jayne.

DEETS:
General admission tickets are $20 in advance.
VIP table for three packages are $150, and table seating only is $30 per person.
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Thursday 03.03

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Dallas Theater Center and Alley Theatre present All The Way

Dallas Theater Center presents, in a co-production with Alley Theatre, a “Texas-sized” production of All The Way, Robert Schenkkan’s fascinating portrait of Lyndon B. Johnson, from the moment of his accidental presidency in 1963 to his landslide election a year later. Directed by DTC’s Kevin Moriarity, the show features actors from both DTC and the Alley Theatre in Houston.

DEETS:
It opens Thursday in Dallas after a successful run in Houston, and continues through March 27.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition February 26, 2016.

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