February 2017


Adam Hougland Returns with a Brand New Work in Bold Moves

Ever since he joined the company as Resident Choreographer in 2009, he’s been creating fantastic world premieres and contributing to some of Cincinnati’s most memorable productions like Frampton and Cincinnati Ballet Live, Cincinnati Ballet & Over the Rhine Live and The Firebird.

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Cincinnati.com: Dancers shine in Cincinnati Ballet’s Camelot


“It is, by any measure, quite spectacular.”

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CincinnatiParent.com: Cincinnati Ballet’s Camelot is a Timeless Romance


Thursday evening, my family and I saw this fantastic production. As the curtains rose, we became immersed in Camelot. The legend was brought to life by the elegant and graceful dancers, accompanied by a romantic musical score.

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Cincinnati Refined: King Arthur’s Camelot Will Leave You With All Of The Feels


After sitting through Camelot, you’ll think you just witnessed a live Broadway-esque production a la The Lion King. Cincinnati Ballet does not not hold back.

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King Arthur’s Camelot First Look Photo Gallery

See inside King Arthur’s Camelot before the curtain rises on opening night. Great seats are still available!

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Mr. Gaga documentary highlights Naharin’s unique style

Known to The New York Times as “one of the most important choreographers in the world,” Ohad Naharin’s unique movement language, the Gaga technique, has made waves across the globe.

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Cervilio Miguel Amador and David Morse Rehearse King Arthur

Cervilio Miguel Amador takes up the crown as King Arthur again, and David Morse makes his debut as Camelot’s faithful leader in King Arthur’s Camelot, February 10-12.

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CincinnatiRefined.com: Nothing Says Valentine’s Day Like Sword Fighting, Pyrotechnics, and Betrayal


“Artists like Morgan (and especially Morgan) have turned modern ballet into spectacular theatre.”

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Inside Horse Puppet Rehearsals

See how the life-like horse puppets work in this rehearsal footage of King Arthur’s Camelot.

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Cincinnati.com: Tweaking perfection: King Arthur’s Camelot gets a redo


Writers have the opportunity to edit text before it’s read. Musicians refine music before it is performed. Filmmakers pore over films frame by frame to fine-tune the finished product. Choreographers rarely have that sort of chance. So when they do get it, they embrace it with a vengeance.

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