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Co-founders Kevin Iega Jeff and Gary Abbott have been making and presenting dances that celebrate community.
December Dance offerings.
The Studebaker provides unique stage for A&A's vision: one large enough to put up a spectacle of scenic design and a massive cast, while intimate enough a house to afford every audience…
The collaboration between Chicago's Red Clay Dance and Kampala-based Keiga Dance Company explores how personal and cultural history rest in the body.
A showcase for the talents of a gifted ensemble, but also of an experimental spirit, a willingness to place dancers who perform on the Harris stage in more raw contexts
Ate9 Dance Company explores the wonder of human connection and interaction. We are all really different, but we have secrets that are mutual.
November dance highlights visiting and Chicago-based companies; often in the same night.
The most arresting moments in “Odeon” were the most intimate, with direct play between the music and movement.
The collaboration between Movement Art Is, Emma Portner and Third Coast Percussion is potent, urgent and highly topical.
October dance runs the gamut from whimsical to profound, narrative to abstract, in styles and genres to suit every taste.
The themes in Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre center around some of the most pressing questions of our time, and the room emotionally transforms as dancers physically interpret deeply personal m…
Ishti employs their unique blend of classical Indian dance, Indian folk and tribal dance, martial arts and contemporary Western dance to investigate what aspects of our human nature have bro…
Club and street dance styles, experimental dance and a response to surveillance, race and cultural violence all happen this fall.
Newcity dance's three most anticipated performances of the 2018 fall season.
Nejla Yatkin's free participatory performance seeks to open the senses amidst the natural beauty of the Burnham Wildlife Corridor.
The natural world, internal landscapes and political spheres collide this month in dance.
With seven companies whose specialties range from pointe to head spins, the "Dance For Life" program promises to be not only a worthy fundraiser, but one of the most eclectic dance concerts …
Dance moves outdoors for the summer, from Dance Downs in the Parks to performances on the MCA grounds.
The annual tap festival is a chance to see the boundary-pushing work of CHRP's first ever artist in residence Dani Borak.
Dancers take to the air in a show about freedom, potential and flight.
Japanese Taiko, aerial artistry and an annual tap festival take the stage in July.
The longstanding, wildly popular partner-dance series has evolved into a festival that ties together social dance, live music, spectatorship and professional performances.
A romance that follows an immigrant girl and her suitor on a journey through Chicago neighborhoods.
The grand finale to the Chicago Human Rhythm Project's annual festival was a foot-pounding celebration of both diversity and the intersection of cultural traditions we all share.
High-octane dance abounds in June, from The Seldoms' "Marchland" to Chicago Tap Theatre's dedication to divas to Hubbard Street's full length rendition of "Minus 16."
Khecari creates a customized experience in their one hundred sixty-eight hour performance "The Retreat: One Week."
Ekman’s ode to Scandinavian solstice is a triumph of vision, imagination and masterful stagecraft.
Why don’t we take control of the conversation instead of letting the conversation steer us?