March 2017


Cincinnati Ballet Closes Season with The Kaplan New Works Series

The Kaplan New Works Series is Cincinnati Ballet’s highly anticipated, annual experience offering an intimate presentation of brand new, cutting-edge works at the Aronoff’s Jarson-Kaplan Theater.

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Young Professionals Night at New Works

Your special $50 ticket will cover your ticket, two drinks and pizza at the pre-show party at Pi Pizzeria – Cincinnati.

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New Works Highlights Cutting Edge Choreographers

Cincinnati Ballet’s Kaplan New Works Series remains committed to celebrating innovation in dance and brings internationally recognized choreographers right to our door step.

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Huffington Post: Behind The Tutus, Ballet Is A Boys’ Club. This Ballerina Wants To Fix That.


Cincinnati Ballet just announced that in their upcoming season, eight out of 15 choreographers whose work will be performed are women, five of whom are presenting world premieres.

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ArtsWave: Cincinnati Ballet’s sensory-friendly Swan Lake, Jr. takes place March 19


The sensory-friendly performance will be performed at 5pm, designed to create a welcoming and inviting experience for patrons and children with sensory sensitivities or specific needs. These adjustments include gentle lighting and sound, on-hand specialists, and a flexible, open-door theater environment, complete with designated break spaces.

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Cincinnati Refined: Why You’ll Go “Gaga” Over The Cincinnati Ballet’s New Production


Gaga is more of a sensory experience than a dance. It’s improvisational. It’s freeform. It’s kinesthetic. It’s “moving from far engines,” says Wagner.

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CityBeat: Superstar Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin’s unique Gaga style of contemporary dance comes to Cincinnati Ballet


Authenticity shouldn’t be hard to find in Bold Moves. Both choreographers are bringing their personal stories to the table and translating them into a performance that’s reflective of their lives, but also open to interpretation from the audience.

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Minus 16 Defies Expectations and Redefines Dancers in Bold Moves

See how Ohad Naharin’s Minus 16 is changing the way Cincinnati Ballet dancers are approaching their craft in our interviews about learning Naharin’s famed Gaga technique.

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Dance USA: Family-Friendly Programming Helps Dance Organizations Attract Fans and See What’s Beyond the Box Office


“I think getting people moving is the answer to getting people hooked,” says Cincinnati Ballet director of education Julie Sunderland. “I want you to come see the ballet, but I also want to find that person who learns from an arts-integrated lesson in a way they couldn’t otherwise.”

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DanceMagazine.com: Cincinnati Ballet Bets on Women Choreographers


Not only is Cincinnati Ballet’s ratio of men to women choreographers balanced, but the season is artistically balanced, too. Look at the rest of the programming: master works by George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, company premieres from Justin Peck and former Houston Ballet dancer Garrett Smith and a world premiere from SYTYCD favorite Travis Wall.

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