- Flash and Flourish: A Review of ABT at the Harris Of wonders there are many, yet the programs reveal weaknesses becoming endemic to large companies—a preference for the quick hit of the thrill rather than the slower cultivation of nuance.
- Out of Darkness: A Preview of Giordano Dance at the Harris Theater Miranda Davis' new piece about hope in the face of adversity is the latest in a series of commissions intended to push the company’s boundaries and explore the intersections of jazz, modern and contemporary aesthetics.
- Modern Masterpiece: A Preview of English National Ballet in Akram Khan’s “Giselle” at the Harris Theater Akram Khan's highly collaborative and unorthodox reimagining of the classic ballet has yielded a modern masterpiece.
- Gentle, Awkward, Human: A Review of Hubbard Street Dance's Space, In Perspective at the Harris Theater ...the company visibly honed in on choreography that ranges from small—an almost imperceptibly slow descent by dancer Rena Butler from standing to sitting in a chair—to massive, with the combined Hubbard Street professional, Hubbard Street II companies and fifteen additional dancers from their professional training program creating a emotionally powerful moving tableau of humanity that evoked the march of our…
- Mycelium as Metaphor: A Preview of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s “Season 41 Fall Series” at the Harris Hubbard Street's Fall Series is a composite of interwoven movement styles from across the expansive mycelial web that is contemporary dance.
- Iconoclastic Dance of Israel: A Review of Gauthier Dance’s “Mega Israel” at the Harris Theater of Music and Dance A mixed-repertoire bill from three Israeli choreographers does not disappoint.