Represented the USA at Expo ’92 in Seville, Spain
Dallas Black Dance Theatre performs for 1996 Olympic Festival in Atlanta, Georgia being the first and only Texas arts organization to ever be invited to be an Olympic Cultural Olympiad participant.
Dallas Black Dance Theatre receives 1998 invitation from South Africa’s Minister of Arts, Culture and Sports as featured guest for South Africa’s largest festival and to perform educational programs in the cities of Johannesburg, Capetown, Pretoria and Soweto.
2008 celebrated the opening of Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s new headquarters in Dallas’ downtown Arts District.
DBDT becomes the first dance company to launch an entire virtual season during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dance Data Project names DBDT the ninth-largest contemporary modern dance company in the U.S.
Dance Data Project names DBDT the 40th largest ballet company in the U.S.
Designated an “American Masterpiece Touring Artist” by the National Endowment for the Arts.
PAST NOTABLE PERFORMANCES
Olympic Arts Festival
Atlanta, GA 1996
Dance Women/Living Legends
New York City 1997
Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival
New York City 1997 & 2004
Commissioning for the Gershwin Centennial
Kennedy Center 1998, Texas, Montana, Utah, Washington (state), New York, Pennsylvania, Austria
Commissioning by the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities (based upon Dallas’ Nasher Sculpture Center)
Dallas and nationally 2004
Masters of African-American Choreography
Kennedy Center 2005
Commissioning collaboration with Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Nasher Sculpture Center George Segal Seascapes Exhibit
Becket, MA 2021
New York City 2022