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The yearlong program is designed to build resiliency against the virus through physical, mental and spiritual health services.
Donald Byrd’s urgent piece deserves a spot on the lists of must-read/must-watch resources about racism, white supremacy and police violence in America.
CDHP has conducted over 130 video interviews and conversations, and currently has over 120 edited clips available on their website.
A few small, nimble organizations have found creative ways to shift online and hold modified, virtual versions of the live festivals planned for June.
In our living rooms and kitchens, we’re liberated from the tyranny of the mirror.
Give Netflix a break with videos of past performances and live streamed living room shows by Chicago artists and companies.
The Seldoms' founding artistic director wants to get you talking more about climate change.
"It’s good to reflect back and look at everything and see if we’re at the root and purpose. Now we have a lot of time for planning and to interrogate some things."
The Nigerian-based choreographer makes his U.S. debut at the Dance Center of Columbia College, considering problems from both physical and spiritual planes.
March is a month for big-name companies and a wealth of fresh new work.
Youth culture is at the heart of Peck’s ballet, which is danced in sneakers and streetwear to the second half of electronic musician Dan Deacon’s “America” album.
Ballet, Irish Dance, Modern, Contemporary, Tap: five more reasons to get out of the house this February.
Netherlands-based ieke Trinks sent an international call to respond to Joseph Ravens' collection. Their responses open DFBRL8R's tenth anniversary season.
Ligia Lewis' lush nightmare finds the relationship between authority, willful resistance and punishment a source of terror.
Aura CuriAtlas blends dance and acrobatics to tell stories without words, from everyday situations to abstract flights of fancy.
Spirituality and survival are at the heart of dance and performance art this January.
The show features percussive dance backed by a five-piece jazz band.
How an intimate piece found newness in a full-fledged stage production...and back again.
Lucy Vurusic Riner’s evening-length dance explored shifting moods and emotions drawn by the phases of the moon.
December dance brings both big holiday spectacles and thought-provoking pieces in Steppenwolf's black box theater.
The new commission from the MacArthur "genus" awardee is infused with delicious moments of melodrama and humor.
The roller rink is one of those special little universes with all the necessary ingredients for building a vibrant culture.
Dance offerings for November.
Khecari's new evening-length dance performance builds a dreamlike world of female tenderness, menace and transcendent intimacy.
Cathy Marston's translation of the gothic romance opens the Joffrey's final season on the Auditorium Theatre stage.
"On Notice" is built upon ideas that tie together statements about representation imposed by mass media, ideas first put forth in the 1980s New York art scene.
Our top picks among a bounteous harvest of dance and performance this month.
With extensive research and expansive collaboration for the program, choreography is the fourth or fifth layer on top of what's come before.
This festival's sampler-style short performances make it an un-intimidating point of entry for folks unfamiliar with contemporary dance and the many things that can mean.
September brings so many reasons to dance.
A few of the most anticipated dance events of the fall.