Blumenthal Performing Arts
Blumenthal brings national tours to various venues, usually Belk Theater at 130 N. Tryon St. or Knight Theater, 430 S. Tryon St. 704-372-1000; carolinatix.org; blumenthalarts.org.
Oct. 14-18: Africa Umoja.
Nov. 10: “So You Think You Can Dance?”
May 3-4: Shen Yun.
Troupe combining floor movement and aerial work performs around the city, mostly at Booth Playhouse, 130 N. Tryon St. carolinecalouche.org.
Oct. 17-18: “Rouge.”
Dec. 12-13: “Clara’s Trip: A Nutcracker Story.”
April 17-18: “Carmina Burana.”
The region’s only fully professional dance company does a mix of classic and modern works, usually at Belk or Knight theaters or at McBride-Bonnefoux Center for Dance at 701 N. Tryon St. 704-372-0101; charlotteballet.org.
Oct. 9-11: Sasha Janes’ “Dangerous Liaisons,” George Balanchine’s “Four Temperaments.”
Dec. 12-23: “The Nutcracker.”
Jan. 30-Feb. 21: “Innovative Works.”
March 7: “Dancing With the Stars: A Gala Evening.”
March 12-22: “Peter Pan.”
April 23-25: “Contemporary Fusion.”
Young performers and professionals blend in classical ballet productions, usually at CPCC’s Halton Theatre. charlotteyouthballet.org.
Dec. 5-7: “The Nutcracker.”
March 27-29: “Cinderella.”
Moving Poets Charlotte
Avant-garde group with branches in Charlotte and Berlin does performances that involve dance, theater and visual arts. movingpoetscharlotte.org.
Nov. 6-8: “From the Depths.”
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