Friday, August 12th – Come early to see dancers on the streets of Tremont and then head to Lincoln Park for Arts in August with GroundWorks Dance Theater at 8:30. Lots of fun, dance-themed drink and food specials, pop-up artists, a car cruise and much more.
See who’s performing in the streets (below):
London Fulton is a dancer and choreographer from Akron, Ohio. He has been dancing since he was 12 years old—studying dance technique and choreography with well-known teachers in ballet, contemporary, modern, jazz, performing arts and hip-hop. London has performed at numerous colleges and schools, choreographed for local recording artists, and shared the stage with Layzie Bone from rap group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
Alyssa Lee Wilmot is a choreographer, dancer, Pilates instructor, performance artist and educator. She is the artistic director and choreographer for her own dance and performance company (“group A”) and created, owns and operates The Movement Factory in Lakewood. Alyssa has been an adjunct faculty member and visiting artist in residence at several colleges and performance spaces. She has performed—and had her work presented—nationally and internationally.
Anthony Jamison began his dance career with Alyssa Lee Wilmot at Cuyahoga Community College. He specializes in hip hop and break dance, and also is “fluent” in ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance. He has appeared in several movies, including The Avengers, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Insurgent, and Batman v Superman.
Dancers Mike Patrick and Kathy Longhurst have operated The Right Step studio for 25 years—teaching students and entertaining audiences with everything from Salsa and Swing to Mamba and Merengue. Mike and Kathy are certified in all standards of dance (American and International). Mike is a member of the Imperial Society of Teachers, while Kathy has received several dance awards and was recognized as a Teacher of the Year.
Mike & Kathy are bringing a crew of dancers to perform during August’s Walkabout.
Tremont native Faith McFluff grew up in her parent’s drapery shop on Professor Avenue learning to make her own clothing and costumes. She picked up the art of hula hooping and fire performing while selling her clothing at music festivals, and has been teaching both for the last five years. She has performed at nearly 100 regional venues, including Pickwick & Frolic, Hessler Street Fair, IngenuityFest and the 2014 Gay Games.
Colma, joining us for Walkabout for their 2nd time, will be performing on Friday, August 12th at the corner of Professor and Literary outside of Post 1. Look for the blue pop-up tent on the corner, and stop by to check them out. Carlos at the Post will have some cold ones waiting for you inside.
Kick Back and Relax with a Chair Massage by Annie
You will find Annie under a blue tent by Makers, Crust & Wizard of Oddz at 1028 Kenilworth Ave, Cleveland, OH 44113