Sunday, September 7, 2003

Dance your way through the decades

Ovation Theatre Company will take you "Dancing through the Decades" from 8 p.m. to midnight Friday at the 20th Century in Oakley (3021 Madison Road). The $15 donation benefits Ovation and includes dance lessons, a silent auction, refreshments and hits from the 1940s, '50s, '60s, '70s and right on up to the millennium. Call 369-1544 or e-mail

• Also on Friday, Creative Bliss: The Rooftop Session will raise funds for Tha Blast, the urban arts and culture festival slated for Oct. 4 at SSNOVA (and held in conjunction with 20/20 II Festival.)

Creative Bliss runs 6-11 p.m. on the rooftop of Fourth and Plum (241 W. Plum St.) You're invited to groove to the jazzy house beats of deejay King James, watch avant-garde flicks by the pool and view the work of local artist Cedric Cox and the Cincinnati skyline by night. Donation: $10.

• Brush up your Shakespeare with Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary on Sept. 21 starting at 5 p.m. at the Indian Hill home of Ginger and David Warner. The posh affair (ticket: $150) promises dinner as well as music and merriment throughout the evening. Dress is "as you like it." Information: Rebecca Bowman, 381-2288.


• Visual arts: The buzz | The exhibits | Gotta see it
• Film: The buzz | The films | Gotta see it
• Classical music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Dance: The buzz | The events | Gotta see it
• Pop music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Theater: The buzz| The productions | Gotta see it


City sculpts a new image
Carissa Barnard
Jayoon Choi
Christopher Scott Daniel
Richard Fruth
Zachary F. Herrmann
Mike Jacobs
Louis Larson (Unit 2)
Matt Lynch
Kirk Mayhew
Martin Meersman
Dave Rohs
Paige Wideman
Steve Zieverink (Unit 2)
Upcoming sculpture shows
Gala to honor educator, patrons


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Local actors chosen for 'Oliver' tour
Half-price loverly way to see 'My Fair Lady'
Steamlined 'My Fair Lady' stays mainly on the plain side
Theater troupes honored
Dance your way through the decades


Cooking classes add dash of new ideas
It's taken a Village to feed Mariemont
Serve it this week: Garlic


Glabicki keeps fans on a string
Everyone German at this gig


Childhood stardom lingers for life


KENDRICK: Designated parking spots abused