Stars on the Riverfront: Two free nights of dance return to Montgomery on Sunday & Monday
As the sun falls and the nighttime sky reflects behind them on the Alabama River, a rich blend of dance is ahead Sunday and Monday from Alabama Dance Theatre.
After two weeks of intense training, the ADT dancers will present Stars on the Riverfront, a mix of classical ballet, contemporary dance, and hip hop at downtown Montgomery’s Riverwalk Amphitheater. It's a return to the venue, since the performance couldn't take place there last year. (Continue)
Mistletoe at Home: Alabama Dance Theatre plans online gift to the community
The Alabama Dance Theatre will open its 34th season, A Season of Radiance, with a virtual production of Mistletoe at Home on December 6.
Viewers anywhere may join the celebration by streaming from home at no cost, as ADT’s gift to the community. (Continue)
Cinderella's spirit gets twice the shine with Alabama Dance Theatre
You know the tale of Cinderella, or at least the Disney version of it.
Alabama Dance Theatre invites you to see something new in those beloved characters this weekend in a two act production Friday, Saturday and Sunday at downtown Montgomery’s Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts. (Continue)
Remembering Alabama Dance Theatre founder Kitty Seale
Kitty Seale, founder and longtime director of the Alabama Dance Theatre, died Tuesday after a battle with cancer.
Seale, known as Miss Kitty to her dancers, impacted thousands of dancers over the course of more than 30 years as a teacher, choreographer and director. (Continue)
Alabama Dance Theatre presents ‘Stars on the Riverfront’
This weekend, the Alabama Dance Theatre will present the 16th annual “Stars on the Riverfront."
Dancers with ADT will showcase what they learned in an intensive two-week seminar.
The free performances will he held Sunday and Monday at 7:30 p.m. You’re encouraged to bring the family, enjoy a picnic and join the dance company as the sun sets on the Riverwalk Amphitheater. (Continue)