Hip-hop dancers, graffiti artists collide in Neos Dance Theatre’s latest work

Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com
By Kerry Clawson, Beacon Journal arts writer
Published: April 12, 2017

For the public, it's easy to enjoy art work once it's complete and exhibited. It's the arts administrator that tends to details, organizes communication, makes agreements, and pushes forward so their public can enjoy the experience without challenges or barriers. In dance.r.evolution, Neos Dance Theatre's resident choreographer, Mary-Elizabeth Fenn, fuses different artistic practices with contemporary dance to create a new series of movement-centric pieces with urban artists incorporated on stage. Courtney Cable is highlighted for her administrative work with #CuratedStorefront and will curate the dancers - Live - at the The Goodyear Theater next Saturday evening.