DanceWorks wraps up with Antaeus Dance

Don’t miss the last week of DanceWorks 2012!

Cleveland Public Theater’s Executive Artistic Director Raymond Bobgan is proud to announce DanceWorks ’12, a showcase for contemporary dance featuring five local companies performing through May 19 in CPT’s James Levin Theatre. These talented companies will revive celebrated performances and premiere exciting and groundbreaking new works.

DanceWorks ’12 performances are 7:00 p.m. Thursday through Saturday.
Tickets are $10 on Thursday and $25 Friday and Saturday.

Take advantage of Free Beer Friday – stay after the show to mingle with the cast and crew and enjoy a drink on us!

May 17 – 19
James Levin Theatre

Vintage Visions
By Antaeus Dance
Antaeus Dance celebrates 11 years of dance-making and performance with Vintage Visions, a concert of audience favorites. Before going on a collaborative spree of evening-length danceworks, the Company presented repertory concerts of individual dances created by Director Joan Meggitt. Antaeus Dance is taking a moment to look back at some of these vintage works through the eyes of the current-day company.

Join Antaeus for an evening of intimate and exciting danceworks that explore self-reliance, vulnerability and the desire to trust and be trusted. Performances by dancers Desmond Davis, Marissa Glorioso, Heather Koniz and Rhian Virostko include Holding Patterns, Hidden Dialogue and more.

Visit http://www.antaeusdance.com for more information on the company
Click here to purchase tickets

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