Thursday, July 10, 2014
Terrance Greene, director of dance at the Cleveland School of the Arts and the CEO of The Greene Works Project, has a lot planned for the project's first dance performance. Later, we get a taste of what to expect of Alpher & Litt's performance at Nighttown this weekend and see what 80 scholars are up to in preparation for Case Western Reserve University's Evil Incarnate conference.
Terence Greene, director of dance at the Cleveland School of the Arts and the CEO/artistic director of The Greene Works Project, presents the first performance, Dance on the Edge, on Sunday, July 13 at 4 p.m. at Tri-C Eastern Campus.
Dr. Brian Johnson and Dr. Malcah Effron, co-chairs of Case Western Reserve University‘s “Evil Incarnate: Manifestations of Villains and Villainy” conference, explain how more than 80 scholars from 10 different countries will partake in the July 11-13 event.
Arts and Culture, Dance, Music
Terence Greene, director of dance at the Cleveland School of the Arts and the CEO/artistic director of The Greene Works Project
Alpher & Litt, musicians
Brian Johnson, co-chair of Case Western Reserve University’s Evil Incarnate conference
Malcah Effron, co-chair of Case Western Reserve University’s Evil Incarnate conference
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