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At The Edge Of The Stage

Cincinnati Ballet closes its 50th anniversary season with local music heroes Over the Rhine

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Over the Rhine, the bluesy, jazzy, folksy band headed by blonde chanteuse Karin Bergquist and real-life partner Linford Detweiler, named after Cincinnati’s historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood where they once lived, this weekend will perform live with Cincinnati Ballet dancers in the closing series of the company’s 50th anniversary season.
  
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Hen of the Woods Underground Preps for a Brick-and-Mortar Location

The underground comes above ground

{CommentsCant} · Wednesday, March 12, 2014
It was midday a couple Sundays ago and the weather was getting iffy in Cincinnati. Winter was having one last go at it. My husband Jon and I had already stocked the kitchen of our OTR abode. Normally, we would have just settled in and waited it out.But luckily for us, our snow day was going to get a little brighter: I had booked reservations at Hen of the Woods Underground. Hen of the Wo...  

From The Ground Up

World premiere of 'King Arthur's Camelot' is the centerpiece of Cincinnati Ballet's 50th anniversary season

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Honor, valor, love, betrayal — these are the thematic elements of Cincinnati Ballet artistic director and CEO Victoria Morgan’s full-length world premiere, King Arthur’s Camelot, opening this weekend with five performances at the Aronoff Center.   

Holiday: The Nutcracker All Jazzed Up!

0 Comments · Tuesday, November 19, 2013
The Nutcracker season is upon us! De la Dance Company co-directors Mario de la Nuez and Meridith Benson have cooked up a full-cast treat featuring traditional ballet and jazzy dancing with music   

Dance Of The Dead

Former Cincinnati Ballet soloist Dawn Kelly joins Exhale Dance Tribe for annual Halloween show

2 Comments · Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Over-the-Rhine’s Memorial Hall, the Tiffany-chandeliered, 1908 Beaux-Arts treasure teeming with handcrafted details in marble, wood and plaster, is tucked at Grant and Elm streets, next to Music Hall. The space is said to be haunted by the figure of a Civil War-era soldier who materializes in one of the steep balconies.
  

Halloween: Dead Can Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 30, 2013
Over-the-Rhine’s Memorial Hall, the Tiffany-chandeliered, 1908 Beaux-Arts treasure teeming with handcrafted details in marble, wood and plaster, is tucked at Grant and Elm streets, next to Music Hal  

'Swan Lake' Collaboration Brings Fully Staged Classic to Cincinnati

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 23, 2013
It’s perhaps the most iconic dance segment in the world-famous 19th-century ballet Swan Lake. It begins in Act II, when enchanted swan maidens, costumed in pristine white tutus, enter a moonlit lakeside scene one by one in what’s often been called the greatest possible accomplishment for a corps de ballet.
  

Onstage: Swan Lake

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 23, 2013
It’s perhaps the most iconic dance segment in the world-famous 19th-century ballet Swan Lake. It begins in Act II, when enchanted swan maidens, costumed in pristine white tutus, enter a moonlit lake  

Cincinnati Ballet Rings in 50

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 21, 2013
During the past 15 years, from its home base at the Cincinnati Ballet Center in Over-the-Rhine, the company has achieved its own cultural and economic revival, mirroring downtown’s — and especially OTR’s — renaissance, with tremendous growth and critical success under the guidance of Artistic Director and CEO Victoria Morgan.
  

"Movement Specialists" Assemble Local Performers for a Cause

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 19, 2013
First launched in 2011, the evocatively titled Global Water Dances was a biennial world event hatched by movement specialists at a 2008 conference in England.