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Dance Theatre of Harlem

May 11, 2018 - May 12, 2018


$33.50 – $73.50

Dance Theatre of Harlem is known for its thrilling and electric performances.

 

Dance Theatre of Harlem CincinnatiDance Theatre of Harlem Cincinnati – Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH) consists of fourteen racially diverse dance artists who perform an eclectic, demanding repertoire. From treasured classics, neo-classical works by George Balanchine and resident choreographer Robert Garland, cutting-edge contemporary works, and works that use the language of ballet to celebrate African American culture, the Company brings new life to the art form of classical ballet. In addition to performances in New York City, across the country, and abroad, Company promotes a message of empowerment through the arts also include engaging the community through educational activities for audiences and young people.

 

Tickets prices range from $33.50 – $73.50.  Use Code VOICE to save 20% off your ticket order. Use code STUDENT to purchase $15 student tickets in select locations with a limit of (4) tickets per order.  Call 513-621-2787, order online or visit the Aronoff Box Office.  Online and phone orders for student tickets will be held at Will Call for pickup with a valid student ID. Goldstar also has discount tickets available.

 

About Dance Theatre of Harlem Company 

 

Forty-eight years ago, Arthur Mitchell and his mentor Karel Shook founded Dance Theatre of Harlem as a beacon of hope for the youth in the underprivileged neighborhood where Mitchell grew up. An acclaimed principal dancer with George Balanchine’s New York City Ballet, Mitchell took the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. as a call to action.

 

Drawing on his expertise and his prominence as the first African American to be a permanent member of a major U.S. ballet company, Mitchell’s ground-breaking idea was to transform the lives of young people in Harlem by providing training in classical ballet. In a few short years, his response to tragedy became a leading dance institution of unparalleled global acclaim. 

 

Dance Theatre of Harlem CincinnatiNow, the organization’s three-part mission is served through the Dance Theatre of Harlem Company which tours nationally and internationally with an eclectic ballet repertoire; the Dance Theatre of Harlem School, which trains more than 500 students per year in ballet and other dance disciplines during winter and summer sessions; and Dancing Through Barriers, an arts education and community engagement program that uses the arts to inspire and transform lives.

 

Through these activities, Dance Theatre of Harlem has reached millions and is dedicated to reaching new audiences with a powerful message of self-reliance, artistic relevance and individual responsibility, all hallmarks of an organization that plays a key role in the national cultural dialogue.

 

As Dance Theatre of Harlem traverses its fifth decade, it remains committed to the excellence that has sustained us over the years. At the same time, DTH dedicates itself to reaching new audiences with a message of self-reliance, self-expression, and individual responsibility.