Delfos Danza’s introspective, near-mystical approach to dancemaking has yielded not only a repertory of unflagging nuance and truthfulness, but also seems to have practically instilled the company members with the power of flight. The seven dancers gather and distill kinetic energy from the atmosphere, careen, tumble, hurtle across the stage, leaping and diving into one another from NBA altitudes. This celebrated Mexican company (awarded the best in the country by the Critics Union) brings a collection of five pieces, showcasing the choreography of founders Victor Manuel Ruiz and Claudia Lavista along with two other company members, entitled “Rincones de Luz” (Light Corners), to close out the Dance Center’s remarkable season with a roar. (Sharon Hoyer)
At the Dance Center of Columbia College, 1306 S. Michigan Ave, (312)369-6600. April 2-4, $24-28.