- Making An Artivist: Red Clay Dance Moves Chicago’s Incarcerated Youth Red Clay Dance partners deploys art and activism to build self-agency and effect positive change with residents of the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center.
- A Glocal Celebration: Red Clay Dance Company presents La Femme Dance Festival at the Green Line Performing Arts Center This biennial festival celebrates dancemakers whose work is grounded in African and African Diasporic forms and provides presentation and professional development opportunities for this historically underrepresented group in concert dance.
- Intercontinental Collaboration: Bringing Together Chicago's Red Clay Dance Company with Uganda's Keiga Dance Company Club and street dance styles, experimental dance and a response to surveillance, race and cultural violence all happen this fall.
- Darkness Lightly Done: A Review of Little Red Cyrano at Red Theater Chicago An excellent and inclusive ensemble brings to life this musical mashup.
- Get To Know Your Neighbors: A Review of 3C at A Red Orchid Theatre RECOMMENDED David Adjmi's "3C" isn't really about anything in particular and that seems to be the point. Nor does he seem to be particularly motivated to make any kind of a point with his play, which comes off as refreshing thanks to the talents of the cast and Shade Murray's unique directorial vision of this Chicago premiere. Besides gesturing loudly…
- Albanian Delight: A Review of Some Like It Red at The Plagiarists The Plagiarists mashup 1959 drag comedy "Some Like It Hot" and Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" into an original and subversive world premiere.