Electric performances heat up a Joffrey program that could use more coherence.
Raised in Chicago, the Japanese American dancer pushed against World War II-era cultural prejudices.
The Lyric’s faithful revival addresses immigration, discrimination, and changing neighborhoods, but it’s the women who are the stars.
It even manages to work onstage wonders within the constraints of tradition.
A mixed bill shows off contemporary ballet’s ills.
The choreographer celebrates ten years as artistic director of the dance company. What might the next decade have in store?
“The greatest book musical of all time” and a Woyzeck for the jazz age are among this week’s best bets.
The Joffrey Ballet performs a program titled “American Legends” at the Auditorium.
Fela! follows the life of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti