Archives: Projects

15 Sep 2016
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Dead Can Dance

Exhale Dance Tribe resurrects its popular Halloween-themed show this season as founding artistic directors Missy Lay Zimmer and Andrew Hubbard deliver eclectic, brand new choreography, melding elements of contemporary dance with their own idiosyncratic style. In collaboration with Physical Productions, this season’s reincarnation of Dead Can Dance will include aerial silks artist Holly Price alongside Exhale’s all-female tribe of dancers. Expect some thrilling dancing and goolish works — and feel free to come in costume!

To learn more, read the Dead Can Dance 2016 Press Release. and the preview story in The Cincinnati Enquirer.

Buy now and save!
Tickets cost more at the door, so reserve your seats online or call the Cincinnati Arts Association Box Office at 513-621-2787 today to get the best seats at the best prices.

Photo by Rene Micheo.
24 Jan 2016
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Wohali

choreographed and conceptualized by Missy Lay Zimmer & Andrew Hubbard

‘Wohali’  is the Cherokee Native American Indian word for ‘Eagle’ & really the brain-child and inspiration of our future collaboration between our non profit, Exhale Dance Tribe & Okareka Dance Co (NZ). Wohali illustrates the duality between earth/sky and (wo)man/bird. Wohali is a meditation on sacred messenger connecting the two continents by this majestic/elusive bird.

 

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01 Oct 2015
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Dead Can Dance

Exhale Dance Tribe resurrects its popular Halloween-themed show again this year! Exhale founders/artistic directors Missy Lay Zimmer and Andrew Hubbard deliver eclectic, exciting choreography melding elements of contemporary and jazz in their own idiosyncratic style. Expect some thrilling dancing and goolish works – and feel free to come in costume! Stop in at 8PM to mingle with the performers in the lobby and theater!

Aronoff Center for the Arts

October 24th 2015

3PM and 8:30PM
Tickets

28 Jul 2015
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Hundred Days

Know Theatre – July 24-August 22, 2015.

Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday at 3pm.

Check out this review from the Hundred Days show

Despite their impossibly limited space, the dancers (Sarah Emmons, Katie Farry, Courtney Howard and Jacob Thoman) – and choreographer Sonya Tayeh’s choreography – give the show a needed visual and dramatic boost.

David Lyman

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