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Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company | Jan 22 + 23, 2016

Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202  |  (513) 621-ARTS   

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Everett / FREEDOM PROJECT | Nov 6 + 7, 2015

Aronoff Center for the Arts, Jarson-Kaplan Theater650 Walnut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202  |  (513) 621-ARTS   

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Interview with the Artist: Vivian Kim

How do you feel the Cincinnati area has played a role in your creative process?  I moved out to Cincinnati the summer after I graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln.  I didn’t know much about the city, but I knew there was more performance art. After joining MamLuft&Company Dance, dancing with professionals, and […]

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Interview with the Artist: Jeri Deckard Gatch

Jeri’s New Dance, Photography: Lynn Siegfried How do you feel the Cincinnati area has played a role in your creative process?  For this piece specifically, there is an active social media presence here and people who will engage online. Overall, the CDT is supportive from beginning to end in letting choreographers explore ideas and bring them […]

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Interview with the Artist: Selene B. Carter

Tektonika Ondine, Photography: Jeremy Hogan How do you feel Cincinnati has played a role in your creative process? Cincinnati is a vital urban center for the arts in the mid-west. I am deeply committed to underscoring and celebrating the work of mid-western contemporary artists. We have a commitment to work ethic, creative process and a […]

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Interview with the Artist: Steven P. Evans

Steven P. Evans, Photography: Jeanne MamLuft How do you feel the Cincinnati area has played a role, if at all, in your creative process? I grew up in Cincinnati, so I think it played a major role in my growing process.  I was involved in a lot of art programs after school and during.  I […]

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Interview with the Artist: Kent de Spain

Three, Photography: John Burgess How do you feel the Cincinnati area has played a role in your creative process? Cincinnati, and particularly Jeff and CDT, create an inviting atmosphere for sharing work with other dancers and with the community at large. And it is great to come to a legitimate performance space like the Aronoff […]

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Interview with the Artist: Diane Germaine

Fallout, Photography: John Burgess How do you feel the Cincinnati area has played a role in your creative process? The only impact Cincinnati has had on my creative process for “Fallout” was the inability to engage some dancers for roles initially in the concept, so consequently the concept had to change.  I truly feel my […]

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RE-SCHEDULED: CREATING SOCIAL COMMENTARY WITH AFRICAN AMERICAN DANCEA CONVERSATION WITH DAVID ROUSSÈVE Choreographer, Writer, Dancer, Filmmaker, Performer With deepest sympathies for Mr. Roussève and his family, we have rescheduled his community conversation. The Wednesday, March 19 event has been canceled and re-scheduled to an intimate pre-show chat with Mr. Roussève on Saturday, March 22 from […]

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[ARCHIVE] Call for 2013 Area Choreographers Festival Submissions

THE CALL FOR THE 2013 AREA CHOREOGRAPHERS FESTIVAL SUBMISSIONS HAS PASSED. The information below is for reference, only. For 2014 Area Choreographers Festival Submission guidelines, please check back later and join our mailing list (be sure to indicate that you are a choreographer).   Contemporary Dance Theater has proudly supported the efforts of local artists […]

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