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The Alabama Dance Theatre bids you welcome, and invites you to a spell-binding tale full of horror, action, love, and mystery.

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Mistletoe, featuring “Favorite Dances of Christmas.”

November 1

A special "Mistletoe" Matinee will be held for the faint of heart Saturday, November 1 at 2:30 p.m. for ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY! "Mistletoe" will feature classic's from Alabama Dance Theatre's very own "Favorite Dances of Christmas." This performance is sure to leave the audience in the holiday spirit.

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2014-2015 Alabama Dance Theatre Company

Congratulations to new and returning members of the Alabama Dance Theatre company!

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Dracula “A Ballet to Die For”

October 30 & November 1 & November 2

Sink your teeth into a thrilling vampire drama back by popular demand as Alabama Dance Theatre presents the classic story Dracula.

Alabama Dance Theatre’s goal is to train and educate students in the disciplined art of dance and to educate and develop the future audience for dance in central Alabama. In addition to its public performances at the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts, ADT hosts a number of educational activities in the community which serve to build our audience and enhance the cultural life of our city.

From the Blog

  • ADT Senior Company member’s experience at Glo Atlanta.

    Posted July 7st by Safiya Haque

    A dancer's inspirational summer study.

  • A dancer’s summer study.

    Posted July 7th by Angelica Burgher

    Dancers can completely clear their minds, focus, and absorb knowledge in class with the sheer relief of having no other responsibilities waiting at home.

  • Training in Russia.

    Posted October 10th by

    I couldn’t ask for a summer any more filled with new and wonderful experiences. In early June, I had the privilege of traveling to New York City for four weeks to dance for three weeks at the Joffrey Ballet School and one week at Barnard College.

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