Inlet Celebrates their 10th season at Cain Park
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, OH – Inlet Dance Theatre comes to Cain Park to celebrate their 10th season with more commanding and inspirational choreography! These family friendly performances will feature selections from the company’s repertory and new works created by company members. This event not only showcases the talents of company members but also Inlet’s Summer Dance Intensive students who take the stage with confidence and poise beyond their years. Be a part of night filled with dynamic, powerful artistry! Join us on Wednesday, July 28 at 1pm for the Kids Matinee and Thursday, July 29 at 8pm. This event is FREE and open to the public.
Inlet’s unique ability to share dance with people of all ages and backgrounds comes from founder and Artistic Director Bill Wade. Wade is pivotal in guiding the company to achieve their core values: commitment, communication, excellence, growth, hard work, honesty, integrity, outreach and respect. These core values have propelled Inlet from the stage and into the surrounding community providing educational programming from apprentice/trainee programs to residencies. Inlet’s influence even stretches beyond the borders of Ohio. In 2008, Inlet received an Award of Achievement in Dance from Northern Ohio Live Magazine for their International Artist Exchange with artists from Easter Island which produced such works as “Hotu Matua” and “3.”
The community program to be displayed at Cain Park is Inlet’s Summer Dance Intensive (SDI). Beginning every June, SDI is a modern dance instructional camp for dance students, which includes curriculum such as hip-hop, modern dance technique, nontraditional partnering, improvisation, composition and performance. Inlet has the final performance for SDI students as a part of Cain Park’s Kids Matinee series, which will be held on Wednesday, July 28 at 1pm.
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Cain Park, a municipally owned and operated summer arts park and one of the nation’s oldest landmark outdoor theatres entering its 72nd season, is produced by the City of Cleveland Heights and is located on Superior Road between Lee and South Taylor.
Cain Park 2010 season sponsors include The Friends of Cain Park, Cleveland.com, and Intercontinental Hotels, Cleveland. The 2010 Cain Park season is supported by the Ohio Arts Council.
For more information on Cain Park, visit: http://www.cainpark.com/
Press release courtesy of CAIN PARK.
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