Enliven - Identity Performing Arts Fall Concert

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Captivating Evening Concert Enliven by Identity Performing Arts

About the Program:

Enliven is choreographer Ginny Ching-Yin Lo’s newest work, which continues the concept she first conceived during filming of the dance, Kindred. The liveliness in Enliven reflects the spirit of both herself and the dance company, drawing life from the inner depths of each dancer. 

The evening features Identity’s repertoire Perpetual (premiere spring 2023). This poetic tale of storytelling reveals our twin angelic and demonic natures, beautifully balanced by ethereal love.

Identity will also premiere the short dance film Kindred, directed and shot by Spence Warren.

This is Identity’s seventh season with nine original works choreographed by founder Ginny Ching-Yin Lo. The premiere of Enliven will mark her 10th creative work.

About Identity Performing Arts:

Founder & Artistic, Ginny Ching-Yin Lo is both a choreographer and dancer, whose works have been performed in the US as well as in China, France and Germany. Lo creates and connects audiences through her original choreography that explores universal societal issues, and affirms the values of our individual and community diversity with the intent to heal and restore.

As a not for profit 501(c)(3) organization established in 2016, Identity initially taught varied dance modalities to the underserved and created independent dance projects. In 2020 fall, Identity expanded beyond teaching transited to a full season professional dance troupe, Identity has presented original choreographed dance works live on stage locally in Chicago, and internationally in Hanover, Germany. All works express the beauty of our individual identities, interconnected in unity; we invite you as our audience, to witness this intention with every dance work.


Information: 312.600.3076

Street & Valet Parking are available. Plan to arrive earlier before the performance. 



Running Time
1 Hour
Dance Styles
Modern / Contemporary


The Ruth Page Center for the Arts

1016 N. Dearborn St.
Chicago`, IL 60610
(312) 337-6543