“Wohali,” the newest work by Exhale Dance
Tribe’s artistic directors Missy Lay Zimmer and Andrew Hubbard, is also
a Cherokee word for eagle, and the culmination so far of the pair’s
ongoing collaboration with New Zealand’s Okareka Dance Company.
To the naked eye, there are not very many
stars visible in the Cincinnati night sky. However, a look through one
of Cincinnati Observatory’s telescopes on a clear evening makes it
possible to catch a glimpse of the galaxy.
Austen. Her name spells theater magic in the 21st century. Stage an adaptation
of one of her early 19th-century novels, and you will fill theater seats. Beyond
Shakespeare, Austen is, in fact, surely the most widely recognized figure in
If you search “social justice warrior” or
“SJW” online, chances are you’ll see a lot of hate surrounding the term. But that’s not what Kyle Shupe has in
mind when it comes to the theme of the inaugural QueerCon 2016.
When Jo Ann Callis returns to her
hometown Wednesday to give a FotoFocus lecture at the Cincinnati Art
Museum, it will be as a Los Angeles photographer getting renewed
attention for some groundbreaking erotic work done in the 1970s and then
Don’t lose track of
theater on university campuses, because there’s a lot of it. It’s a
chance to see works that are less likely to be produced by theaters
where selling lots of tickets is a necessity.
While living in Kenya, Sylvia NebSa
Harmon witnessed poverty firsthand and answered her call to social
justice by making beads out of paper and teaching Kenyan artists how to
make and distribute them for income.