For GroundWorks, 2016 was a year filled with extraordinary creative opportunities including three live music collaborations within the production and presentation of an amazing range of groundbreaking work. From the creation of “Shadowbox” as part of the Violins of Hope Project with the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage to our spectacular production of Carmina Burana
At GroundWorks DanceTheater, we believe in the importance of reaching the next generation by empowering them creatively through movement. Our workshops, led by GWDT company artists, provide a unique opportunity for students of all grade levels to explore the creative process of dance through physical experience. We have had the pleasure of working with diverse
It Takes Two is merely days away at this point and rehearsals are going well. While we aren't giving away any of the surprises, we did open the doors to our rehearsal studio - just a crack - in order to give you a sneak peek into what you'll see on Saturday night. Here, David
We captured a few photos from the Master Class taught by our Outreach Education Coordinator, Mark Otloski, as well as the recent open rehearsal. Both experiences are part of the Action/Reaction project for the GroundWorks DanceTheater exCHANGE with University of Akron.
When asked what inspires him about being a part of GroundWorks’ Action/Reaction endeavor, Poet & John Carroll University (JCU) Professor Philip Metres isn’t short on enthusiasm: “I’ve always found creative collaborations to be generative and exciting, taking me to new creative places, and challenging me to translate the gifts of other art forms into poetic