Native non-profit Movie Cincinnati not too long ago introduced manufacturing has began on a docu-series in regards to the making of musical stage present “label-less”, created and directed by Drew and Lea Lachey.
The docu-series, which the Lachey’s are making in partnership with Invent TV, Courageous Berlin and TVACOM, shall be filming throughout label much less’ 4 performances at Camp Washington’s American Signal Museum, August 10-14.
“label-less” is described by Movie Cincinnati in a press launch as “a musical stage play that mixes common music, spoken phrase, shifting visuals and highly effective choreography. Led by a proficient younger solid, label-less tells their tales of affection, compassion and the way they defy the labels they’ve skilled of their lifetimes.”
The Lachey’s educate dance and theater at Fairfax’s Lachey Arts program with artwork camps, workshops, non-public classes and extra. The idea for “label-less” got here to them throughout a theater class train, the place the scholars had been invited to anonymously write out a method they’d skilled discrimination. The upcoming docu-series set to shoot in Cincinnati tracks how the present developed into what audiences will see on the upcoming performances.
With a solid comprised of 16-26 year-olds, “label-less” seeks to sort out “present social points that this era faces; the whole lot from bullying to psychological well being to homophobia to racism,” per the discharge.
Kristen Schlotman, government director of Movie Cincinnati, says within the launch: “We’re over the moon to host such a unprecedented collaboration of expertise in Cincinnati. Drew and Lea may movie this manufacturing all around the world and their dedication and love for this metropolis has by no means been extra palpable.”
To study extra about “label-less” and to purchase tickets, that are $30, go to lacheyarts.com. The American Signal Museum is positioned at 1330 Monmouth Ave., Camp Washington.