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Violent as Birth Dramatic as Death (Review)

0 Comments · Friday, May 31, 2013
In this one-man show, Kevin Brown, a lanky young man with a punk-style shaved head and a long blonde forelock a la Rihanna, throws himself into what is billed as “the internal violence and drama that occur when one questions stereotyping, impatience, gender complexities, the nature of living sacrifice and the value of one’s artistry.”
  

Persephone’s Prerogative (Review)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 30, 2013
The FringeNext series of shows, now in its third year as an element of the Cincinnati Fringe, invites performances produced, created and performed by high school students.  

Contemporary Dance Theater Turns 40

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 10, 2013
When someone falls in love with dance, it’s often a lifetime experience. It’s been that way for Jefferson James, founder, artistic director and CEO of Contemporary Dance Theater, today Cincinnati’s premiere presenter of a diversity of contemporary dance.
  

Event: FORTY40 Gala

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 10, 2013
When someone falls in love with dance, it’s often a lifetime experience. It’s been that way for Jefferson James, founder, artistic director and CEO of Contemporary Dance Theater (CDT), today Cinci  

Dance: Love Letters

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 12, 2013
 Exhale Dance Tribe’s newest offering as a resident company at the Aronoff Center spotlights this Cincinnati-based company’s 14 lithe dancers with choreography skewed toward modern dance   

Latitude (Recommended)

0 Comments · Friday, June 1, 2012
Jeanne MamLuft is a brainy director and accomplished choreographer (and filmmaker), and it shows. Latitude, at the Hanke 1 performance space on Main Street, gives MamLuft & Co. Dance the latitude, or room for maneuver, if you will, to present modern dance in a fresh way.  

The Sweet, Burning Yonder (Recommended)

0 Comments · Thursday, May 31, 2012
With imaginative but rudimentary costumes and minimal sets and props, the ensemble cast of The Sweet, Burning Yonder, directed by Michael Burnham, brought John Ray’s often poetic, streaming language to vivid life in its opening performance.   

Dance: Exhale Dance Tribe's Vinyl Rewind

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 7, 2012
VINYL reWIND, billed as a lively, entertaining and thoughtful one-night-only program by this Cincinnati-based company, reprises recent short dance works to evocative vinyl hits like “These Arms o  

Everybody Dance Now

Myriad people and companies join forces for DanceCincinnati2011

0 Comments · Tuesday, September 20, 2011
For many Cincinnati area audiences, dance means classical ballet — annual Nutcracker performances or perhaps Swan Lake. But Mario de la Nuez and Meridith Benson, co-artistic directors of de la Dance Company, are trying to change all that with performance evenings like DanceCincinnati2011.  

The Beasts (Review)

0 Comments · Saturday, June 4, 2011
I had just paid a thrifty $1.60 at the Coffee Emporium, and for that I got a paper cup of plain coffee and use of the restroom. Billed as a politically charged and extremely dark comedy, The Beasts seemed like something I could enjoy as well as review: one-man show, post-apocalyptic horror, and puppetry — what’s not to like? I couldn’t wait.