A Tasting Platter of Dance

If you have the appetite for much of anything, Addison is the place to visit. This little Dallas suburb boasts more restaurants per capita than any other city west of the Mississippi. Of course, this counts Macaroni Grill and about five Chipotles, but we’ll concede the victory. If your stomach is grumbling, you’re sure to find sustenance. And if city officials have anything to do with it, your cravings for the arts will be satisfied in the town of Addison as well. For the past 12 years, Taste Dance: Addison Style shakes up the Addison Theatre Center (15650 Addison Road) with a full day of dance with local fare and international samplings. After Mother’s Day brunch settles in, spend the day learning traditional Aztec dances and take in contemporary ballet. More information about this free event is available at thedancecouncil.org.
Sun., May 11, 2-4 p.m., 2014
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Lauren Smart
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