new dance laboratory
pay-what-you-can for this showing of new works by company members
Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex
6620 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
Gabriel Martinez Rubio
FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, MamLuft&Co. Dance offers a special, pay-what-you-can showcase of Company Members’ new works and works-in-progress. Company Members Corrinne Bailey, Claire Dieringer, Susan Honer, Gabriel Martinez Rubio, and Hannah Williamson will present works created on their Company peers in an intimate setting within the beautiful, new Kennedy Heights Arts Center Lindner Annex. One of the works will chosen for further developed for future presentation. Each evening, the Company welcomes guests to provide responses and feedback.
John Litzler and Cody Szarko
John Litzler (formerly of River North Dance Chicago) and Cody Szarko (formerly of Visceral Dance Chicago) premiere this new work commissioned by MamLuft&Co. Dance. Litzler has also performed with Sia at Coachella, and Szarko can be seen in the Celtic Thunder: Storm movie. The dancers have performed in works by such artists at Trey McIntyre, Ohad Naharin, and Sidra Bell, and they bring their visceral contemporary style to ML&Co.
Elena Rodriguez Moore and Susan Honer
Set to a post-modern orchestral score, “No. 3” features a visual symphony of movement. Dancers sweep, soar, and sculpt in this captivating work performed to string instruments.
6620 Montgomery Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45213
Please ring the doorbell for assistance with the front door.
Wheelchair-accessible seating available.
MamLuft&Co. Dance is supported by the generosity of more than 40,000 contributors to the ArtsWave Community Campaign. This project and MamLuft&Co. Dance’s operations as a whole are made possible in part by state tax dollars allocated by the Ohio Legislature to the Ohio Arts Council (OAC). The OAC is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. ML&Co.’s performance season is sponsored by The Louise Taft Semple Foundation and The Wohlgemuth Herschede Foundation. This production is made possible through a partnership with Kennedy Heights Arts Center, where MamLuft&Co. Dance is the dance-company-in-residence.