Electric performances heat up a Joffrey program that could use more coherence.
Christopher Wheeldon’s World’s Fair magic makes its last appearance at the Auditorium.
The company’s shoe manager tells us what it takes to keep the company on its toes.
But a program of Stravinsky, Ravel, and Rossini at Symphony Center shows neither to its best advantage.
The most memorable dances, unfortunately, are the most offensive.
Victoria Jaiani’s performance as Odette and Odile deserves better.
The choreographer celebrates ten years as artistic director of the dance company. What might the next decade have in store?
A “queer as f**k riot grrrl musical” and Chicago Dance Crash’s latest story-length hip-hop showcase are among this week’s best bets.
The program also includes exquisite works by Christopher Wheeldon (Fool’s Paradise) and Wayne McGregor (Infra).
Set to Sufjan Stevens, the dancer-choreographer’s Year of the Rabbit lives up to the program’s title.
Christopher Wheeldon’s update of the classic puts class consciousness at the forefront, to illuminating effect.
Christopher Wheeldon’s $4 million production grounds the fantasy in working-class life.
There was a ton of valuable information, but it was received in advance of a bleak future.
In its 60th season, the Joffrey Ballet performs its late founder’s beloved adaptation of the holiday classic one last time.
Three premiere works highlight the talent of the next generation of choreographers.