Consistently named one to watch, the red-hot Los Angeles-based contemporary company BodyTraffic is renowned for its versatility and precision, while incorporating showmanship into sets that transcend dance. In Cleveland, award-winning Israeli choreographer Barak Marshall presents And at midnight, the green bride floated through the village square ..., a dark humor piece based a true story of a family that fought each other at all hours of the day. In a contrast, the group also performs notable choreographer Richard Siegal’s O2Joy, a jazzy, upbeat piece with sophisticated footwork. “Those two choreographers have been instrumental in the growth and identity of our company,” says co-director Lillian Barbeito.
Nov. 12, Ohio Theatre, dancecleveland.org