Three years after their triumphant performance of Akram Khan’s stunner “Giselle,” English National Ballet returns to Chicago with another darkly haunting ballet by Khan, inspired by literary masterworks “Frankenstein” and “Woyzeck.”
Trinity Irish Dance Company
Chicago’s ambassadors of Irish step dance blend tradition and contemporary, multicultural influences in a thunderous greatest hits program, one night only at the Auditorium.
Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández
The internationally celebrated company visits Chicago during its seventieth-anniversary season, with dances inspired by ancient Aztec traditions to modern-day Mexico, with live music from the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico ensemble.
The Light Returns
Winifred Haun & Dancers, the Banks Performance Project and the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project return to Oak Park with their dance series designed for Unity Temple.
For the Love of Tap
Chicago Tap Theatre returns to live performance with a revival of favorite repertory, including Brenda Bufalino’s polyrhythmic “Flying Turtles” inspired by the movement of swimming turtles.