It’s been an amazing summer of dancing already and September will bring many opportunities to find MorrisonDance performers improvising and interacting among the crowds at some of Cleveland’s FAVORITE festivals! Come on out, enjoy the arts and culture that Cleveland has to offer, and see if you can find us dancing through the crowds!!!
FRIDAY, September 5th from 4:30-5:45pm OHIODANCE FESTIVAL ($)
WORKSHOP “Sand-bodies and the Human Jungle-Gym” (all levels and ages)
SATURDAY, September 13th from 3-4pm ONEWORLD FESTIVAL (FREE)
Come find us “Choreovising” with musicians from Trepanning Trio
SATURDAY, September 13th from 7:30pm-9:30pm CPT’s PANDEMONIUM ($$$)
Watch for us “Choreovising” in masks by Scott Radke
SUNDAY, September 14th from 1:45-3:45pm BEREA ARTS FESTIVAL (FREE)
“Choreovising” with Trepanning Trio from 2:45-3:45pm, roaming on our own from 1:45-2:45pm
SATURDAY, September 20th 1:00pm & 3:00pm TREMONT ARTS AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL (FREE) WORKSHOP “What I learned from the Flamingo: Dance of the Animals” (geared toward families with young children)
Sunday, September 21st 2:30-4:00pm TREMONT ARTS AND CULTURAL FESTIVAL (FREE)
“Choreovising” – roaming throughout the festival!
Every summer, professional dancers from MorrisonDance hit the streets in their series “The City is Our Playground”. Using a combination of choreography from their latest theatrical productions and interactive improvisations, these performers bring the art of dance to street level through “choreovising!”, making it feel as though you are walking through the streets of Europe without leaving town! This year’s theme features dancers from “The Sense of Wonder” created for the Nature Center at Shaker Lakes. Check out the beautiful film featuring the original choreography presented by the Shaker Arts Council on vimeo.
“The City is Our Playground” was created in 2003, and is directed and choreographed by Sarah Morrison.
2014 performers are:
MorrisonDance can remain true to their creative and experimental nature due to the generous support of the Rauschenberg Foundation (NYC), and we are supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture in addition to the generosity of our individual supporters.