Save The Date: Dance For The Planet April 16-17, 2011

Janette Manrara teaching class at the 2010 Dance for the Planet.

Get ready Dallas for the 15th annual Dance for the Planet Festival April 16-17, 2011, at the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts

Presented by the Dance Council of North Texas, this two-day event is a dancer’s dream. With 30 masters classes offering a variety of styles including, Zumba, Tango, ChaCha, Salsa, Belly Dancing, Afro-Brailizan Dance, there is something here for dancers of all ages and skill levels. And the best part is all these classes are FREE!!

Start your morning off with a Mat Pilates or Rhythm Movement class. After lunch, get your adrenaline pumping with a Zumba or Swing class. Up for something totally different? Try an Afro-Modern dance class with Michelle Gibson or an Afro-Caribbean class with Millicent Johnnie. 

Dance Planet 15 also includes a FREE performance showcase with more than 80 dance groups performing hip-hop, ballet,tap, tango, flamenco and folkloric dances and much more.

For the latest developments in the Dance Planet 15 roster and schedule, please visit


About kddance

I am a dance fanatic living in Dallas, TX. Not only do I teach dance but I also love writing about it. My love for dance started at the age of six when my mom signed me up for my first dance class. I have training in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern and acrobatics. In college I minored in dance and majored in journalism. I have had articles published in Dance Spirit, Dance Teacher and the Dance Council of North Texas' DANCE publication. Let me share my stories with you.
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