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Dance: Bringing It Home

Local roots and longtime friendships enrich annual dance festival

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 4, 2008
If you dig modern dance, don't miss Contemporary Dance Theater's 2008 Choreographers Festival. Thirteen impressive choreographers -- all with local links -- are set to show works with a rich varie  

Dance: Is Theater First

Mauricio Wainrot maximizes drama in Carmina Burana

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 7, 2008
Clap! Clap! Internationally acclaimed Argentine choreographer Mauricio Wainrot signals the large assembly of dancers to stop. Three women are hoisting another skyward on her back, limbs akimbo, bu  

Dance: Home Is Where the Heart Is

Exhale Dance Tribe feels right at home in new digs

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 26, 2008
The times they are a-changin' " sings Bob Dylan on Missy Zimmer's voicemail greeting. Times are changing for Zimmer and her husband Andrew Hubbard's dual endeavors: the contemporary jazz-base  

Dance: Role Playing at Work

Cincinnati Ballet's Devon Carney tackles new roles on and off stage

0 Comments · Friday, February 15, 2008
"Woo hoo!" was Devon Carney's first response to a couple of interview questions. He has much to be excited about: a brand-new title and a dynamic character role in Cincinnati Ballet's Romeo a  

Dance: Keepin' It Real

Wideman/Davis Dance bends it like life

0 Comments · Friday, January 25, 2008
Ever heard of Gee's Bend, Ala.? If the name rings a bell, chances are it's thanks to the community's extraordinary quilts. The African-American women's handiwork has become an art world sensa  

Dance: Best of Both Worlds

CCM dance majors balance working, studying and performing

0 Comments · Saturday, December 1, 2007
Ah, college days -- a laid-back schedule, sports, parties and such. If a co-op enters the picture, you might get a bit busier -- or in the case of some dance majors at UC's College-Conservatory   

Dance: Living in the Moment

Ballet legend and local native Suzanne Farrell collaborates with Cincinnati Ballet

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 7, 2007
"I don't care if you fall down! Make it interesting!" You might not expect to hear these words from a classical ballet instructor, but the celebrated Suzanne Farrell is no ordinary teacher --  

Dance: Review: New Works

Bold world premieres shine in Cincinnati Ballet's contemporary 'New Works'

0 Comments · Thursday, September 27, 2007
Cincinnati Ballet's New Works season opener was a night of white costumes, arched backs and adventures in dance -- not to mention an overall crowd-pleaser. Five delightfully diverse world premie  

Dance: Bust a Move

Capoeria takes your workout to the next level

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2007
Beware, Tae Bo, there is a contender. A combination of dance, martial arts and gymnastics, this regimen will kick your workout's butt. Capoeira is lethal -- in more ways than one. After my first  

Dance: A Beautiful Thing

Area performers unite for 'Choreographers Without Companies'

0 Comments · Friday, June 8, 2007
For 13 years, adventurous choreographers and dancers have gathered fruitfully under the umbrella of Choreographers Without Companies, an intriguing season-closing round-up of engaging modern dance  

Dance: Fun, Fit and Fearless

Exhale Dance Tribe's young dancers give their all

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 28, 2007
There's much to like in Exhale Dance Tribe's new show produced by Know Theatre, aren't we all but a dance of particles?: a pair of gifted choreographers in founding artistic directors Missy Lay Zimme  

Dance: Double Vision

Two women work as one on new dance piece

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 1, 2006
Sometimes you just know. A collaboration between a choreographer and a poet arose as naturally as a yogi drawing breath. "When she read them I knew," choreographer/dancer Carrie Rohman recalls