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The Greene Works Project Announces Debut Performance ‘Dance on the Edge’

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Program will be held on July 13, 2014 at Tri-C Eastern Campus Main Theatre

The Greene Works Project will be presenting a debut concert “Dance on the Edge” at Tri-C Eastern Campus’ Main Theater on Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 4:00 p.m. The concert will be introducing the company members of the 2014 Greene Works Project and will feature works by special guests Verb Ballets, Dancing Wheels as well as the Urban Dance Collective of the Cleveland School of the Arts.

Featured on the program will be the works of Terence Greene with guest choreographers Crystal Frazier and Antonio Brown. Greene was recently honored this year to be a part of the "Prestigious Creative Workforce Fellows". This award is given through the Community Partnership for Arts and Culture of Cuyahoga County (CPAC). Terence also serves as Vice President of the Cleveland Dance Movement and is head of the committee to host the 27th International Association of Blacks in Dance Conference (IABD) in Cleveland, OH, January 2015.

During the Sunday program, Greene has put together an afternoon of dance that goes beyond preconceived notions. The program will be a mixture of classical, modern, African and street dance. The show culminates Greene’s dream of developing a contemporary dance company that is rich in the black tradition. His goal is to bring people together in celebration of the beauty and power of universal movement.

Single tickets are $30 or $35 day of show. Student ticket discount available with valid ID. Exclusive VIP tickets available for $55 which included center preferred seating plus private home reception immediately following the show with artists. Tickets are available by calling ShowClix at 1-888-718-4253 or online

Tri-C Eastern Campus in the Main Theater is located at 4250 Richmond Road Highland Hills Village, Ohio 44122. For more information visit

Dance on the Edge is supported by Community Partnership for Arts and Culture of Cuyahoga County, Cleveland Dance Movement, Verb Ballets and Dancing Wheels. Media partners include Scene Magazine.