Contemporary Dance Theater and MamLuft&Co. Dance announced today that the two organizations will merge in September of 2021.
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What to Do/Hear/See | Jan. 22-28
If there was any collective post-holiday pause among the area’s arts and culture groups, we didn’t notice it, and there’s certainly no sign of it now. With the usual more-than-you-have-time-for agenda of events on tap for the week, let us help you with some select happenings that are sure to please.
What to Do/Hear/See | Nov. 13-19
From millions of tiny lights to a preserved landmark, from music you know to music you ought to know, from provocative images to resourceful, talented women, there’s something here for your taste.
What to Do/Hear/See | June 5-11
Until nature comes around, we’ve got plenty of things to keep you busy – indoors – for the next week.
What to Do/Hear/See | March 13-19
Whether you’re excited about celebrating the wearin’ of the green or would rather open a cultural window on centuries past, there’s something afoot for you this week. No need to dawdle. Let’s get right to it.
What to Do/See/Hear | Oct. 24-30
It feels autumnal outside, but it’s still pretty startling to realize that October is already winding to its hallowed end. No surprise, then, that there’s plenty of spooky stuff afoot – and a potent potable to help you through it. Curious? Forge ahead.
Stepping up, stepping out, at Choreographers Festival
The Area Choreographers Festival, presented by Contemporary Dance Theater, will include guest artist performances and a master class taught by choreographer Theresa Bautista.
What to Do/See/Hear | June 6-12
It’s another busy week in the Queen City, both indoors and out. You have no excuse not to find something completely enlightening, entertaining or both to do. I’ll even give you a head start on planning.
What to Do/See/Hear | March 7-13
It might prove a little more difficult to focus in coming weeks. The daffodils already are opening, and daylight saving time will give us an extra hour of evening light. Best to make sure you’ve seen the region’s most important arts events before spring fever seizes you. Here’s a manageably short list.
An artful panacea for the blues of March
T.S.Eliot called April “the cruelest month.” That may be true for London, but here in Cincinnati it must be March. We all need some inspiration to get through those raw, lingering, gray days with highs in the 30s. For many, it’s the transformative power of the arts. Here are some special arts events to nourish your soul in the weeks to come.