Since 2010, Rashaun
Mitchell and Silas Riener have created dance in response to complex and
active spatial environments, often merging elements of fantasy, absurdity, and
quiet contemplation into challenging multifaceted performance. After working
3D film reaches contemporary dance in this voyage into queer space, time, and bodies.
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s performances at the Auditorium Theatre have been an annual Chicago tradition for 47 years.
Come see Abby Williams Dance's first self-produced show, Cattywampus. This hour-long piece is a darkly humorous, modern contemporary dance work about young women's mostly failed attempts at adulthood.
A spectacle in three acts, Court/Garden is a multimedia, dance and live music performance taking its inspiration from the imperial ballets of Louis XIV’s French Court and the participatory practices of the Occupy Wall Street Movement.
Alluvion Dance Chicago presents their second annual story show, 855 Peterson Drive. Following a girl and her journey for independence, the audience experiences love, loss, and the trials an individual goes through in order to have the life she's always imagined.
This diverse company blends ballet, modern dance, jazz, and African dance techniques.
Chicago Repertory Ballet commemorates its five year anniversary season with its latest production Forward: past, present, future. This production is a celebratory look at this young ballet company’s vibrant contemporary repertoire. See CRB favorites such as Artistic Director Wade Schaaf’s The Four Seasons, Bolero, Tenley Dorrill’s Still Life, and a never before seen world premiere work by Schaaf. This performance is sure to delight dance lovers and newcomers alike.