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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  

Cover Story: A French Kiss

Speaking the language, loving the culture and drinking the wine

0 Comments · Wednesday, February 14, 2007
Name/Organization: Barbara Klaw, President of Alliance Française Years as President: Since May 2006 How did you get the position: "It's an election. It's very informal, (whichever membe  

Step-N-Out Dance Studio

Basically Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 10, 2007
If getting in shape is among your New Year's resolutions, have you considered dance as part of your exercise regime? No excuses if you're thinking about it -- or if you promised your girlfriend  

Cover Story: Seasonal Fun Stuff

Delight in Lights, Trees, Ice Skating, Trains and Scuba Santa

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 29, 2006
· Ready to start your holiday fun? How about a tree? The Civic Garden Center hosts a homey CHRISTMAS TREE SALE weekends through Dec. 10. A firepot, hot chocolate and cookies will make your qu  

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   

Shake It: Fit Works

Cincinnati Ballet stretches out in New Works

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 4, 2006
Cincinnati Ballet's New Works offers what its name suggests: six accomplished choreographers, four world premieres and a couple of Cincinnati premieres. All are, to varying degrees, more contempo  

20/20

Basically Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 27, 2006
If you've been keeping up with your CityBeat reading you're well aware that just as outside temperatures are cooling, the fall arts season is briskly warming up. It's 20/20 time again and the  

Shake It: New Moves

Shifts, changes and diverse works abound this fall

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 30, 2006
Just as leaf colors are preparing to change, compelling shifts and displays of diversity are in store for the upcoming local dance scene this fall. Here are some highlights ... The leaves of CINCI  

Cover Story: Empire of the Sun

Cirque Du Soleil Performers Work Hard At The Circus Life Yet Make It Look So Easy

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 23, 2006
If joining a traveling circus sounds like just a frivolous flight of fancy, Cirque du Soleil might have you thinking again. Transporting a thriving international village on a multi-stop tour is   

Scribble Jam

Basically Dance

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 9, 2006
Historically, the words "dance" and "competition" would rarely appear in the same sentence, but nowadays the American-as-apple-pie competitive ideal permeates areas well outside the sports arena. Yo