Inside Out – Dance Performance
Aronoff Center for the Arts- Jarson Kaplan Theater
$45 – $55
Enjoy the Memphis-inspired dance of Inside Out with D.C.D.C March 31 to April 1
D.C.D.C. Presents Inside Out, a unique collection of interdisciplinary and collaborative pieces by chief production and artistic director Debbie Blunden-Diggs. Featuring music and dance by the Nashville duo Countess and Westley Winfrey, Inside Out brings Memphis to the audience. Evolution in real-time, this works shifts D.C.D.C. towards the future with three world premieres by the globe’s most stunning choreographers.
Tickets to Inside Out
tickets to Inside Out start at $45 and go to $55, depending on seating.
Parking at the Aronoff Center
More than 6,000 parking spaces and independently operated valet parking are available within a two-block radius of the Aronoff Center. Use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate. Take Cincinnati METRO to the venue.
The following items are not permitted at performances of Inside Out
- Large bags, backpacks, and luggage
- Posters or signs
- Outside food and beverage
- Audio/video recording equipment
- View the complete list of Prohibited Items
All bags and persons are subject to inspection before entering the theater. Please allow extra time before performances of Inside Out.
All theaters and meeting spaces within the Aronoff Center are accessible to patrons with physical disabilities. Please notify a ticketing services representative when purchasing tickets to Inside Out to request accessibility accommodations.
About the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company was founded in 1968 to create opportunities for dancers of color and develop diverse artistic movements. Five decades later, the D.C..C is the 10th largest contemporary dance company rooted in the African American Experience. Co-recipient of one of the dance’s highest honors, the 2016 Bessie Award for Outstanding Revival, D.C.D.C. has garnered many awards.
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Image Credit to Dayton Contemporary Dance Company