GroundWorks DanceTheater’s Annual Gala It Takes Two! To Take Place on April 27


  • Courtesy of GroundWorks DanceTheater
Earlier today, the folks at GroundWorks DanceTheater announced that their annual gala, It Takes Two!, will take place at 7 p.m. on April 27 at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are on sale now.

Now in its 11th year, the event will showcase local celebrities who’ll be partnered with GroundWorks company members to perform original dance routines in a Dancing With the Stars-style competition.

Local celebs such as Western Reserve valuation services director Rand Curtiss, Fairport & Luma wealth advisor Emily Drake, Brunswick Companies Sr. Vice President Michelle Hirsch, Cleveland Foundation program officer for evaluation and learning Myron J. Marshall, Jr., Evergreen Cooperatives CEO John McMicken, City Club of Cleveland CEO Dan Moulthrop and Calfee senior advisor Cindy Vrsansky Schulz will participate.

The event benefits GroundWorks’ educational and outreach programming.

This year’s gala marks the fourth year at the Cleveland Museum of Art, but for the first time ever, the event will take place in the CMA Atrium.

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