A classically trained California dancer who brought modern dance to a popular audience by dancing daring ballet segments in vaudeville, Isadora Duncan came to Chicago in 1895 and revolutionized how the city has thought of dance ever since. Dancer and choreographer Lori Belilove has made a career out of reinterpreting Duncan’s revolutionary style and this particular series of dances includes those created by Duncan between 1900 and 1924, including the early lyrical dances and excerpts from the EveryWomen series with the original choreography recreated and performed by Lelilove. Presented by the Isadora Duncan Foundation. (Dennis Polkow) Free.
12:15 p.m., Feb. 8, Harold Washington Library, 400 S. State; (312)747-4300. This production is now closed.