Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s fall series features a new work by Aszure Barton—her inaugural work for the company as resident choreographer.
Jungle Book reimagined
Akram Khan’s company brings a version of the Kipling story for the age of climate change, set in a sinking, rewilded city.
Deeply Rooted Dance Theater
A one-night-0nly engagement by the now-women-led African contemporary company includes the world premiere of a new piece by artistic director Nicole Clarke-Springer.
(Ann Barzel Theater)
The Seldoms depart from their usual evening-length format to showcase three emerging choreographers: ensemble members Damon D. Green and Deandra Alaba and guest artist Tina Diaz.
no ideas but in things
(Ruth Page Center for the Arts)
Hedwig Dances also presents three short works, by Noelle Kayser, Jenna Pollack and artistic associate Rigo Saura.