Experience the Creativity & Passion of GroundWorks
Returning to Cain Park’s Alma Theater for its 12th annual summer series, GroundWorks DanceTheater will present a world premiere by choreographer Eric Michael Handman and reprise two audience favorites from its extensive repertory.
- Date: Friday and Saturday, July 17 & 18 at 7:00 pm
Sunday, July 19 at 2:00 pm. Add this performance to your calendar.
- Location: Alma Theater, Cain Park, Cleveland Heights, OH
- Tickets: $25 Advance, $28 Day of show. Purchase tickets now!
- The world-premiere of a Remora, choreographed by acclaimed choreographer Eric Michael Handman
- Boom Boom, choreographed by Executive Artistic Director David Shimotakahara
- A reprise of House Broken, choreographed by Miami-based choreographer and 2013 Princess Grace Award winner Rosie Herrera.
Articles & Reviews
- The Plain Dealer – GroundWorks DanceTheater strikes rich vein yielding to art form’s roots (Preview)
- Roy Berko – GroundWorks DanceTheater Captivates at Cain Park (Review)
- Explore Dance – Disillusion, Low Burning Human Drama and The Blues Inspire GroundWorks DanceTheater’s Latest Triumph
- Cool Cleveland – DANCE REVIEW: GroundWorks DanceTheater at Cain Park
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