CINCINNATI—Postmodern dance is abstract and elusive, and audiences are often left wondering “What does it all mean?”
WCPO arts reporter Matt Peiken unravels that mystery Feb. 17-20 in a four-part video series following the creative process of Cincinnati’s MamLuft Dance Company.
From the opening day of discussions in August 2013 to a dress rehearsal the week before opening night, you’ll get a window onto a corner of the creative community few people ever see. Watch this video trailer and come back to WCPO online for “Time Stands Still: The making of ‘Shift’.”
Performances of MamLuft's "Shift" are 8 p.m. Feb. 21-22 in the Aronoff Center for the Arts' Jarson-Kaplan Theater. Tickets are available online or by calling (513) 621-2787.
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