New Commissioned Work by Miami-Based Guest Choreographer Rosie Herrera
“GroundWorks DanceTheater is one of the area’s best dance companies.”
– Cool Cleveland.com
GroundWorks Dance Theater will be presenting the world premiere of Rosie Herrera’s work “House Broken” at the Breen Center for Performing Arts. The work by the renowned Miami based guest choreographer will be performed on February 28 and March 1, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. each evening. Also on the show will be David Shimotakahara’s 2013 work “Luna” as well as Amy Miller’s 2008 “For the Life of Me”.
Tickets are $25.00 for preferred seating and $20 for general admission and $10.00 for students and can be purchased by going to http://groundworksdance.org or by calling (216) 751-0088. The Breen Center for Performing Arts is located at 2008 West 30th Street, Cleveland, Ohio. “House Broken” contains some content not suitable for children.
About Rosie Herrera
A recipient of the 2013 Princess Grace Award for Choreography, Rosie Herrera has garnered critical acclaim for her captivating and beautifully surreal work. She has collaborated on productions with The South Miami Dade Cultural Arts Center, the New World School of the Arts, Six Floor Ensemble Zoetic Stage, and with theater artist Rudi Goblen, among others. For more information, visit http://rosieherrera.com/.
About GroundWorks Dance Theater
Now in its 15th season, GroundWorks is dedicated to the development and presentation of new choreography and collaborations. The five-member company performs new works by Shimotakahara and Artistic Associate Amy Miller, as well as commissioned work by nationally and internationally acclaimed choreographers including Ronen Koresh, Dianne McIntyre, Lynne Taylor-Corbett, Jill Sigman, Gina Gibney, David Parker and others.
GroundWorks Dance Theater’s performances are made possible with funding from The National Endowment for the Arts, The Ohio Arts Council, Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, The Cleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, The Murphy Foundation, The Kulas Foundation, The Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation, Cleveland City Dance, Individual Contributors, and Members of the GroundWorks Board of Trustees.
GroundWorks world premiere of “House Broken” was commissioned with the generous support of Chuck and Charlotte Fowler to the GroundWorks NewWorks Fund. The Fund was initiated in June 2011 to support the commissioning, creation and production of new work made in collaboration with GroundWorks