Two of the most pleasurable and elemental functions of the human body—eating and moving—meet in a revival of this evening-length work from Zephyr Dance. Make that three, as eros informs the act of tasting good food in no small measure. And how could it not? Anyone who has lingered two hours over the prix fixe at Lula or sunk their teeth into a mid-rare Kuma burger knows the reward centers linked to the taste buds keep close company with those triggered by other sensuous regions. Artistic director Michelle Kranicke tends to, for better or worse, take a rigorously heady approach to choreography, so it’s a pleasure to see her take on a corporeal topic, especially when it’s treated with lighthearted aplomb. (Sharon Hoyer)
At Holstein Park, 2200 North Oakley. Nov 11 and 12 at 7:30pm, November 13 at 2pm. $15.