Vinyasa yoga emphasizes moving together with the breath in a vigorous and creative sequence of poses that meet everyone right at their own level.
Choreographer: Alexander Ekman
At the end of April, the tap dancers of jorsTAP chicago will take the not so typical stage in the Fulton Market to premiere Gretel and Gretel: The Story of How Hansel Came to Be.
Enjoy a joyful moving meditation that's appropriate for all bodies. Whether you're taking your first or 500th yoga class, join us!
As part of Chicago Dance Month, this collaborative performance will bring together dancers specializing in multiple forms—ballet, contemporary modern, tap, and the historical dance of Isadora Duncan—alongside musicians, singers, and poetry readings to celebrate the beauty and sense of connection
Re-Release Party (The Golden Record) is rooted in a project in 1977 led by Carl Sagan and a dynamic team of scientists and artists who created the Golden Record, a phonograph record which attempts to communicate the story of life on earth for extraterrestrials and future humans.
If you could revisit one of your first successful projects 30 years later and reinterpret it, would you take the risk?
The Ruth Page Center for the Arts is proud to announce programming for Chicago’s upcoming April Dance Month. CDI/Concert Dance Inc. continues sharing its piece, “The Chicago Project,” Sunday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m.