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Cincinnati Ballet And Playhouse In The Park Were In The Middle Of Building New Homes When The Pandemic Hit

“First, you should know that neither group is on the brink of institutional disaster. The Playhouse has $10 million more to raise [out of almost $50 million] before the fall. The ballet’s project, according to the company’s web site, was 94.8 percent funded as of Feb. 25.” – Cincinnati Enquirer
Tags: Art, Issues, Cincinnati Ballet, 03.24.20

Cincinnati Ballet Runs Classes For Children With Range Of (Dis)Abilities

“Ballet Moves began in 2014 when the father of a young girl with Down syndrome asked if any of the classes suited her needs. The answer was no. But Julie Sunderland, who trained with Boston Ballet’s adaptive dance program before coming to the Cincinnati Ballet 11 years ago, said she would start one. … Two years later, the class expanded to children with other disabilities after Sunderland saw a Facebook post about a man with cerebral palsy who used dance to create new neurological pathways and ...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Dance, Sunderland, Boston Ballet, SJ, Cincinnati Ballet, Julie Sunderland, 05.16.19

Cincinnati Ballet Is Shaking Us Down For $1 Million, Says CEO Of City’s Pro Soccer Team

“The Cincinnati Ballet is pressuring FC Cincinnati to pay it $1 million for land it doesn’t own, knowing the team needs at least some of the land it uses for a Major League Soccer stadium, the team president says. … ‘This sure feels like a shakedown to me.'” Responds the CEO of the ballet company, “This is patently false.”
Tags: Art, Dance, Major League Soccer, FC Cincinnati, Cincinnati Ballet, 10.25.18, CEO Of City 's Pro Soccer Team

Behind The Tutus, Ballet Is A Boys' Club. This Ballerina Wants To Fix That.

Ballerina Ashley Bouder is crying. She’s standing alone in a rehearsal studio in front of 20 or so dance journalists and several funders of her small self-titled ballet company , and she’s crying. And I’m pretty sure it’s my fault. She’s just finished showing us a snippet of pas de deux that she choreographed, and that she’ll perform in just over a week’s time with her fellow New York City Ballet principal dancer Andrew Veyette. The entire evening of dancing is devoted to women choreograp...
Tags: New York, News, Boulder, Christopher Wheeldon, Huffington Post, Duke Ellington, NYCB, New York City Ballet, Lauren Lovette, Justin Peck, Chloe Angyal, George Balanchine, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Balanchine, Susan Stroman, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa

Cincinnati Ballet Hires An Executive Director

He’s Scott Altman, currently ED of Ballet West. “The executive director position has been vacant since Paul Kaine left the company in April 2008. Soon after, Victoria Morgan added the CEO role to her artistic responsibilities. In the course of one year, Morgan, working with staff and board, eliminated an $800,000 deficit. Since then, the […]
Tags: Art, Dance, Morgan, Scott Altman, Cincinnati Ballet

President, Cincinnati Ballet

Cincinnati Ballet seeks a visionary performing arts executive for the newly created role of President, to provide strategic leadership during the organization’s next era of ambitious growth.
Tags: Jobs, Cincinnati Ballet

Dance Review | BalletMet: Collaboration truly is inspired

On the basis of Friday night's performance in the Ohio Theatre, however, several other adjectives would have made equally apt titles: energetic, ebullient and exhilarating also fit the bill - and that's just the E's. The program consisted of three medium-length works, the first of which featured the dancers of BalletMet; the second, the dancers of the Cincinnati Ballet; and the third, the resources of both companies.
Tags: Ohio, Cincinnati Ballet