Aside from those who become marketable
marquee stars, it’s not all that common for dancers to find a
sustainable living in their art form. Or long-term romance. Or family.
It’s a hard-knock life, being a dancer.
Aside from those who become marketable marquee stars,
it’s not all that common for dancers to find a sustainable living in
their art form. Or long-term romance. Or family. It’s a hard-knock life,
being a dancer.
According to her program note, Nicole A. Hershey’s motivation to choreograph, write and perform her solo show was the opportunity to share her uplifting story about depression and recovery. And share she does.
Performance and Time Arts (PTA), a project of Contemporary Dance Theater, is the longest-running performance art showcase in the city, but until this weekend it has never been host to a single production. One Way Road on a Two Way Street, an original multi-act examination by an all-female cast of unrequited love and its ramifications, debuts Friday and Saturday at the College Hill Town Hall...
Cincinnati Ballet’s extravagant production of Washington Ballet Artistic Director Septime Webre’s Alice (in Wonderland)
hits the Aronoff stage again this weekend, two years after the
Cincinnati premiere, with live music from the Cincinnati Symphony
Orchestra conducted by Cincinnati Ballet Music Director Carmon DeLeone.
This weekend, 14 Tribe dancers (along
with Hubbard, who will solo) will perform at the Aronoff’s Jarson-Kaplan
Theater in a mixed bill revisiting a selection of characteristic
vignettes from the past 10 years of evening-length productions.