Experience a sampling from The Kaplan New Works Series, on stage until April 30, in these slow motion clips from Annabelle Lopez Ochoa’s Eros Redux.
Experience a sampling from The Kaplan New Works Series, on stage until April 30, in these slow motion clips from Victoria Morgan’s Somewhere Close to Happiness.
Somewhere Close to Happiness follows the story of The Broken One, an outsider without a place in society, and The Chosen One, who, despite her sheltered existence, is intrigued by this newcomer.
While sitting at the memorial for a young family member, Heather Britt found herself contemplating what remains after we are gone.
Known for her variety of influences, Jennifer Archibald will again enter uncharted territory through her collaboration with street artist Swoon on her latest work, Never.Nest.
When she was 10 years old, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa learned Aristophanes’ myth explaining the human desire for companionship. Ever since, the story has stuck with her.
Cincinnati Ballet’s Kaplan New Works Series remains committed to celebrating innovation in dance and brings internationally recognized choreographers right to our door step.
See how Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 is changing the way Cincinnati Ballet dancers are approaching their craft in our interviews about learning Naharin’s famed Gaga technique.
We sat down with Cincinnati Ballet dancers to talk about their personal favorite Hougland piece, and what to expect from his world premiere of Cut to the Chase during Bold Moves, March 17-18.