When we think about grand historical
myths — things like the American Dream, Manifest Destiny or every war,
for example — it’s important to acknowledge that society buys into these
widespread accepted “truths” because of all the supporting evidence.
In the same sense that it takes a village to raise a child, it appears that it takes a crowd to tell the story of Johnny Cash. At least that’s the case with the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park’s production of Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash.
used to be a destination for aspiring artists until the high cost of
living started driving creatives away. In its wake, suddenly
Cincinnati’s affordability and desire for artists have pegged us as a
potential new art frontier.
Coming off a successful fall touring
season with performances in Chicago and Roanoke, Va., the eight modern
dancers of MamLuft&Co. Dance take the Aronoff stage this weekend for
the company’s first mixed repertory concert.