P E R F O R M A N C E S
Below is a sampling of 6 o'Clock Dance Theatre's past performances from the beginning of our founding in 2014.
6 o’Clock Dance Theatre performed 7 original works, including four by Artistic Director Zach Law Ingram and three by our talented guest artists — Kareem Goodwin, Kayleigh Edison, and Karmen Moore in May of 2023 at the Addison Theatre Centre.
Visions of Blue
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre celebrated the holiday season by performing a festive program of familiar holiday classics with a twist.
Cocoa & Candy Canes
6 o’Clock Dance Theatre celebrated the annual Dance Africa Festival by performing at the fun-filled community event hosted at Kylde Warren Park in Downtown Dallas.
6 o’Clock Dance Theatre presented six new choreographic works produced by six company members at the Latino Cultural Center in Downtown Dallas.
6 o’Clock Dance Theatre presented its 2019 Spring Concert “Glance Back, Fall Forward” at the Addison Theatre Centre.
Glance Back, Fall Forward
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre turned up the heat at the Dallas Museum of Art for Valentine’s Day Lady Gaga extravaganza performing new works by Artistic Director, Zach Law Ingram, as well as new works by company member Constance Dolph and guest artist, Steven McMaryon.
The sounds of the season filled the air at NorthPark Center as various artists celebrated the holidays by performing familiar holiday classics.
Holidays at Northpark
DanceAfrica, a festival of African arts and culture, touches your spirit as dancers and drummers ignite the stage. Internationally renowned guest artist and Washington, DC-based Step Afrika! celebrates the historic connection between traditional South African dance and the art form of stepping, a ritual for African American fraternities and sororities across America.
Heart and Soul Dance Festival is produced by 8&1 Dance Company and benefits Dallas Children's Advocacy Center, a nonprofit agency working to improve the lives of abused children in Dallas County. 6 o'Clock Dance Theatre performed along with 8&1 Dance Company, Ballet Dallas, and many other local dance groups.
Heart & Soul Dance Festival
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre performed along with Avant Chamber Ballet, Bombshell Dance Project, Bruce Wood Dance, and Dallas Black Dance Theatre for the annual Dallas Dances Festival.
6 o’Clock Dance Theatre showcased several new works at the Courtyard Theatre as part of the Plano Metropolitan Ballet’s Dance Festival.
Plano Metropolitan Dance Festival
In spring 2018, 6 o'Clock Dance Theatre hosted its first full-length performance in Dallas at Southern Methodist University. The program included new works created by Artistic Director Zach Law Ingram, Associate Artistic Director Christopher McKenzie Jr., and company member Sophi Marass. The audience also got a sneak peek of a brand new work Elements.
6 @ 7 on 8
For ONE NIGHT ONLY, DNCB brought an all-new Horror Series to the Sammons Center for the Arts to celebrate Halloween! DNCB premiered all-new works based on horror films such as Carrie, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Bram Stoker's Dracula.
DNBC Horror Series
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre premiered a new work, entitled Written in the sky, choreographed by Zach Law Ingram to music by Max Richter, and Brush to Canvas, a work that premiered in the 2017 International Association of Blacks in Dance Showcase.
Heart & Soul Dance Festival
The Boston Contemporary Dance Festival was established in 2012 to celebrate the new and largely unknown art of contemporary dance. The festival, produced by Urbanity Dance, brings a diverse array of contemporary dance artists together from across the United States, inviting the greater Boston community to experience this art form at its finest.
Boston Contemporary Dance Festival
At Dance Planet 21, 6 o'Clock Dance Theatre performed "Brush to Canvas," a 10-minute contemporary piece choreographed by Artistic Director Zach Law Ingram with music by Max Richter and Ezio Bosso.
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre premiered "Brush to Canvas," a 10-minute contemporary piece choreographed by Artistic Director Zach Law Ingram with music by Max Richter and Ezio Bosso.
6 o'Clock Dance Theatre performed at the 2014 International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD) Conference. Dance critic Margaret Putnam described the piece eloquently, saying, “In Zach Law Ingram’s Dreams five dancers arc slowly, their filmy clothes fluttering prettily. One by one they shed the gauzy fabric to don shiny outfits of lime-green, red, pink, and blue, and the style and mood change from dreamy to very deliberate and controlled, most notably with long balances on one foot.”