Put Dante Hall on Your Calendar

by Press Release--Dante Hall Theater of the Arts | Feb 8, 2009
Put Dante Hall on Your Calendar Dante Hall is pleased to announce the full schedule of performances for the Spring 2009 schedule. In March, Dante Hall welcomes Everyday Inspirations with the International House of Blues Foundation (March 7th), Denise Black and the Black Cat Orchestra (March 13th), Swinging Into Dreamland (March 14th), country singer Ted Winn (March 21st), and Black Dance In America (March 28th) presented by Pattie Harris’ Atlantic City Dance Theater. April opens with 3 Will Rock You (April 4th), and Bach to Rock with Geri Rizzo (April 18th), jazz artist Howard Isaacson (April 24th) and family series presentation Global Grooves (April 25th). The Doug Murdock Meistersingers return on May 2nd, followed by the Gina Roche Quintet (April 8th), and a tribute to Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin (April 9th). Neil Simon’s I Ought To Be In Pictures runs from May 14th through May 23rd. Indian Classical Dancer Bala Devi Chandrashekar makes her Dante Hall debut on June 6th. The Shaken Not Stirred Players return for a two-night stand June 12th and 13th with a Broadway review, Beth Tinnon headlines A Night at the Speakeasy on June 20th, and, back by popular demand, the interactive percussion show, Rhythm Kitchen returns on June 26th and 27th. On the last Sunday of each month, Dante Hall will also be hosting the Cooks Books Talent Search, a local talent competition. Auditions will be held on the third Sunday of each month. For more information on upcoming shows, or information about Cooks Books Talent Search audition times or guidelines, please contact Dante Hall at (609) 344-8877 or visit the website at www.dantehall.org.

FOR TICKETS AND INFORMATION Call 609-344-8877or visit www.dantehall.org


Funding is provided in part by the NJ State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment of the Arts, through the Local Arts Grant Program administered by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.

Dante Hall Theater of the Arts is an intimate performing arts center that is committed to producing diverse and vital artistic and educational programs for audiences in Atlantic City and the surrounding region. Dante Hall Theater of the Arts is located adjacent to St. Michael’s Church in the heart of Atlantic City’s “Ducktown” neighborhood at 14 North Mississippi Avenue (between Arctic and Atlantic Avenues). For more information visit www.dantehall.org.

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