Reckless Premiere

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Event Description

Ballet 5:8 Addresses Modern Day Slavery in World Premiere

Cliché stereotypes fall apart when we look at someone’s life through their own eyes. The stories of those in the sex trade are broken, painful and often misunderstood. Reckless explores the story of Gomer, the promiscuous wife of the prophet Hosea. The story of Gomer has been retold in countless lives, frequently ending in tragedy and sorrow. In this story, we see the reckless, beautiful love of God pursue to the darkest street corner to redeem the one He loves.

Behind The Curtain docuseries explores the creation of Reckless, premiering of Youtube in the weeks leading up the premiere. 

More information on Reckless

March 13, 2021
2pm and 7:30pm

Studebaker Theater
410 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60605

Audience is limited to 50 persons per show. 

COVID-19 safety guidelines include:
Mandatory face masks covering nose and mouth for all patrons and staff. 
Temperature checks upon entry for staff and patrons. 
Additional cleaning. 
Hand sanitzing upon entry. 

Cost: $100

Tickets available here

If in-person performances cannot take place on the day of the performance then all tickets will be converted to a livestream and patrons will be given a complimentary ticket to any 21/22 Season performance. 

Running Time
2 hours, 20 minutes
Dance Styles
Modern / Contemporary


Studebaker Theater

410 Michigan ave
chicago, IL 60605