I hunger for you
(Dance Center of Columbia College)
Merce Cunningham alum Kimberly Bartosik and her company Kimberly Bartosik/daela make their Chicago debut with a reflection on ecstasy, ritual and the transformative power of faith.
January 30-February 1
Get Out Alive
Nikki Lynette’s autobiographical punk-hip hop musical, excerpted when she opened for Pussy Riot, uses storytelling, song, dance and a live DJ to share her personal journey and struggles with mental health.
January 30-February 2
J’Sun Howard’s performance, a response to the work of Black Renaissance artist Charles Wilbert White, is an exploration of black male identity in relation to the black church and spiritual traditions.
DREAM LOGIC & The Fool and The World
Circus-physical theater company Aura CuriAtlas presents two short works—a collection of short fantastical tales, and the premiere of a new piece inspired by the tarot—told through acrobatics and dance.
Stories of Chicago
(Ebenezer Lutheran Church)
The second installment of Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble’s four-part Art + Activism series examines the Civil Rights movement, migration and heritage, and the influence of white privilege.