It Takes Two 2017 | Celebrity Dancer – Harlan Diamond


About Harlan

Harlan Diamond started Executive Caterers in Cleveland in 1960. His vision to serve the finest cuisine and hospitality continues to guide all team members of Executive Caterers and Landerhaven today. Harlan Diamond has spent over half a century creating memorable events for the social, corporate, and civic communities of

It Takes Two 2017 | Celebrity Dancer – India Pierce Lee


About India

India Pierce Lee is Senior Vice President, Program at the Cleveland Foundation. She leads the foundation’s grantmaking team, working with the board, staff, and community leaders to define Greater Cleveland’s critical needs and leverage resources to help meet them. Pierce Lee joined the foundation in 2006 as Program Director for

It Takes Two 2017 | Celebrity Dancer – Larry Zukerman


About Larry

Larry W. Zukerman is the managing partner of Zukerman, Daiker & Lear Co., L.P.A. His practice includes high profile white-collar criminal defense, allegations of crime from internet/computer usage as well as federal narcotics cases, medical fraud, as well as professional athletes. Mr. Zukerman also represents individuals in the state

Masterclass // 2016 DANCECleveland Professional Development Day


Masterclass // 2016 DANCECleveland Professional Development Day

Seminar Date: Saturday, September 10, 2016

Time: 9:00 am — 4:30 pm

Where: 5th floor of Cleveland State University’s Middough Building located at 1901 East 13th Street, Cleveland, OH 44114

Registration Fee: $55.00 (One dancer bag, resources, & two boxed lunches will be provided)

GroundWorks Executive Artistic Director, David Shimotakahara, hosts a masterclass at DANCECleveland’s Professional Development Day.


exCHANGE – Judson Park – Action/Reaction

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About the Program

GroundWorks DanceTheater took its Action/Reaction program to Judson Park on Thursday, March 10, 2016. Led by GroundWorks Education Coordinator Mark Otloski and assisted by GroundWorks company artist Lauren Garson and Judson Park artist Cathy Bryan. Approximately 15 residents of varying mobility attended the 2-hour long