Dance: Finding Myself in This Earth

Last April Demi Reber, professor emeritus in dance at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, asked a few of her performer/choreographer friends to knock around in the studio.

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'Finding Myself in This Earth'

Last April Demi Reber, professor emeritus in dance at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, asked a few of her performer/choreographer friends to knock around in the studio. The resulting works will be staged at Contemporary Dance Theater’s College Hill Town Hall on Saturday. “Working in a Dead Woman’s Kitchen and Other Stories,” from Cincinnati-based choreographer Judith Mikita, is on the bill. So is Reber’s “Finding Myself in This Earth,” inspired by writing from David Suzuki and Wendell Berry. Others represented are Patricia Gelmini, Jill Becker, Valerie Blackwell-Truitt, Louise Smith and Rico Reid.


8 p.m. Saturday. $8-$12. 1805 Larch Avenue, College Hill, 513-591-1222, cdt-dance.org


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