Dancevert ditches Cleveland, sends rad moves and beloved frontal shots to DC

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Dancevert will be missed, and not just by 14-year-old boys.
After 20 years in Cleveland, modern-dance group Dancevert is relocating to Washington, D.C. The troupe snagged eight Ohio Arts Council excellence awards for its choreography over the past couple decades. Co-directors Susana Weingarten and Tom Evert have performed shows at pretty much every venue in town – from Playhouse Square to the Cleveland Museum of Art. We’ll miss them. We’ll also miss their innovative dances, which often featured Weingarten’s naked rack, which was pretty cool. -- Michael Gallucci

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