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Dominic Walsh Dance Theater

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Causes: Arts & Culture, Ballet, Dance, Performing Arts

Mission: Dominic Walsh Dance Theater (DWDT) is a Houston-based contemporary ballet company that inspires and entertains audiences and artists with visually stunning performances. Dominic Walsh Dance Theater presents innovative, thought-provoking works by its founder and other leading U. S. and international choreographers.

Programs: Dominic walsh dance theater performed new works in conjunction with miller outdoor theater and the asian society center.

educational programs and classes for artists

dominic walsh dance theater rents its dance studio to other dance performance organizations for rehersals and to dancers to practice and improve their dance skills. Costumes are also occasionally rented to other dance organizations as well as rights to some choreography.

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Rating: 5

My best friend is a choreographer and classically trained dancer. I am an athlete and have no dance talent whatsoever; however, I have had the privilege of watching Jenny's "process" since we were in our teens. She has taught me to appreciate beauty in movement and to admire artistic ingenuity even though I don't have a clue as to the names of the steps nor the significance of the performances as I watch them. That being said, every performance of DWDT I attend (and I have been to almost a dozen) evokes an emotional response that I can't put into words, but humbles me in its beauty, originality, and creativity...from the staging to the choreography, it is unlike any experience I have ever had in a theater environment. I describe it to friends as classical ballet and theater meet Cirque du Soleil. It is my hope, that more Houstonians and visitors to our underrated city take the opportunity to attend a DWDT ballet.