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November 13 at 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm 
November 14 at 2:00 pm

The Alabama Dance Theatre will open its 35th “Season of Poetry” with Montgomery’s holiday production of “Mistletoe” which will be performed November 13th and 14th at The Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts. This year’s production will feature “Miss Kitty’s Favorite Dances of Christmas”, an audience favorite.

“Favorite Dances of Christmas” showcases a collage of dances set to beautiful Christmas carols and songs, with classics including First Noel, I Saw Three ShipsSleighride, and Jingle Bells. "Mistletoe" will also feature new works Greensleeves, Boughs of Holly, and Coventry Carol choreographed by Sara Sanford and Santa Claus is Comin’ To Town choreographed by Janie Alford. Other favorites returning to the stage will include I'll Be Home for Christmas, O Come All Ye Faithful, and First Noel.

The Alabama Dance Theatre is thrilled to return to the Troy University's Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts. Performances are as follows:

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MISTLETOE IS MADE POSSIBLE
BY THE GENEROUS SUPPORT
OF THESE SPONSORS

Poarch Band of Creek Indians

Baptist Health

Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama

BBVA

County Commissioner Dan Harris

Cumulus

Montgomery Advertiser

Alabama State Council on the Arts

National Endowment for the Arts

MILITARY, FIRST RESPONDER, HEALTHCARE PROVIDER SNEAK PREVIEW F.A.Q.

No advance registration is required.

The Davis Theatre opens at 6 pm on Friday, November 12.

Admission is free for the immediate family of a

military/healthcare professional/first responder with a valid ID. 
 

Children are welcome.

The performance starts at 7 pm and will run for about 1.5 hours, with an intermission.

 

SUPPORT THE ALABAMA DANCE THEATRE

Stages across the world are still dark as many companies continue to struggle with the ongoing global pandemic COVID-19. This year we are returning to Troy University's Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts for in-person productions. We would greatly appreciate your continued support to keep our dancers dancing.