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From DallasNews.com:

As she gives an informal tour of Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s new Arts District headquarters, founder Ann M. Williams points out the geometric designs on the floor. The shapes echo dance movements, which she felt would benefit her company members as they walked around the building.

That kind of attention to detail has kept the troupe going for 32 years, the city’s oldest continuously operating professional dance company. Last year, after renovations were completed on the old Moorland YMCA, the company moved in a few blocks from where it will begin performing this fall, the new Wyly Theatre at the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts.

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