Let’s cut to the chase: Dead Can Dance
is no ordinary dance show. True to form, Cincinnati-based Exhale Dance
Tribe pushes a range of artistic and stylistic boundaries in this
The intense energy between Principal dancers Cervilio Amador and Janessa Touchet is so palpable you can feel it — even when their hands aren’t touching. Their expressive duet in Heather Britt’s world premier “Opus 5.5” provided an inviting opening to Cincinnati Ballet’s annual Kaplan New Works season opener last Thursday evening. The production offers a rare chance to see dance ...
As its name suggests, Cincinnati Ballet’s Kaplan New Works Series prides itself on moving dance forward. You can count on the company’s annual season opener to be modern-slanted, edgy even. But for the first time, all of the choreographers on the New Works bill are women.
Fringe shows aren’t common, but Psophonia brings a playful, even
childlike romp to the Festival with Delicious.
As frequent Cincy Fringe participants, the Houston-based, all-female
modern dance company more often has focused on women’s issues. But
as with their previous Fringe shows, Co-Artistic Directors Sonia
Noriega and Sophia L. Torres once again go all out on eye-catching
costumes, props and other visual elements in this series of brief
you’re concerned about seeing modern dance and not “getting it,”
fear not. Pas de Monkéy Dance Project from Akron wants to keep dance
accessible — friendly, even. The young company affiliated with the
University of Akron might be gaining the training and the chops for
serious dance, but they don’t take themselves too seriously.