Cincinnati’s premier dance ensemble MamLuft&Co. Dance purchased a 1.5 acre property in December of 2019 before the pandemic.
The organization, under its new name, Mutual Dance Theatre, announces its planned relocation to a new arts center, The Hart.
The Hart will help Mutual Dance Theatre to fulfill its vision of becoming an arts center that will provide Cincinnati with a much needed space appropriate for Modern Dance, working along with neighboring communities though creative collaborations.
Mutual Dance Theatre will must raise $750,000 in order to underwrite the creation of a black-box theater designed specifically for Modern Dance along with essential updates.
For further information contact Mutual Dance Theatre‘s Artistic and Executive Director Jeanne Mam-Luft at email@example.com
Rafael de Acha has enjoyed a distinguished career in the arts as a performer, stage director, producer, and educator. He was born and grew up in Cuba. At the age of 17 he moved to the United States to study Drama at the University of Minnesota, and later Languages at L.A. City College, Music at the Juilliard School of Music, at the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music, and at the New England Conservatory of Music, from which he received the Master's degree. He has taught courses on the History of Music at the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music and at Florida International University, and contributed writings and reviews to Seen and Heard International (www.seenandheard-international.com ) and to this blog. He co-founded the award-winning New Theatre in Coral Gables, Florida, where he produced and staged twenty seasons of classical and contemporary theater, including fifty world premieres of plays that went on to have international and national productions on and off Broadway, including Ana in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz (Pulitzer Prize for Drama 2002 and Tony Nomination 2003.) In 2006 he was presented with a citation from The Dade County Cultural Affairs Council for “trailblazing contributions to the arts in South Florida.”
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