Chicago-based dancer Paige Fraser advocates for those with scoliosis; plus Fly Honey brings the dance party online.
Rigoberto Saura’s new piece for Hedwig Dances documents our current disorientation.
A livestreamed multidisciplinary festival crosses a wishlist with a treasure hunt.
Emmanuel Neal joins CHRP as interim managing director, but the founder’s comments on Black Lives Matter spark outrage.
Jenn Freeman (aka Po’Chop) probes femininity, gender, rage, and history in a five-part dance film.
In an industry decimated by distancing, dancers discover steps forward.
Social distancing can’t stop the beat for this beloved Chicago festival.
A remembrance and projection
Practicing self-love and community in an age of pandemic and protest
Space, perspective, and introversion feature thematically in new online dance pieces.
Dancers figure out how to create in isolation.
Hubbard Street’s management blames COVID-19, but Conte and others raise questions.
A new work at the Auditorium combines Irish and African American dance traditions.
Electric performances heat up a Joffrey program that could use more coherence.
Kimberly Bartosik/daela make their Chicago debut.