Summer is officially here, in case the sweat and lightning bugs weren’t enough of a clue. In addition to the shows and artists we profiled in our summer arts preview issue this week, we’ve got just a few suggestions for other offerings in theater, dance, and opera that look promising—whether you’re looking for a nice […]
Tag: Thodos Dance Chicago
Dee Alaba celebrates her authentic self
Dee Alaba seeks collaborators who celebrate and respect identity.
Thodos Dance Chicago bows out after a final New Dances this weekend
The 25-year-old company and choreography incubator presents one last summer showcase.
A Light in the Dark, Undreamed Shores, and more new performing arts reviews
A dance-enriched version of The Miracle Worker and a Shakespeare-inspired immersive experience are among this week’s best bets.
In Thodos’s Winter Concert, dancers think through their feet
In Thodos’s Winter Concert, dancers think through their feet in a program that pulses with ideas.
Thodos Dance and Fulcrum Point celebrate a star-crossed partnership
Thodos Dance and Fulcrum Point celebrate a star-crossed partnership.
Ahmad Simmons, losing his religion
Choreographer Ahmad Simmons, losing his religion
Thodos’s “New Dances”: A good turnout
It’s all premieres, all the time at “New Dances,” Thodos’s annual showcase.
DanceWorks Chicago throws young dancers in the deep end
DanceWorks Chicago throws young dancers in the deep end—and they come out strong.
Music + Movement = new, local choreography at Auditorium Theatre
Roosevelt University’s Auditorium Theatre has commissioned eleven new dance works by local companies for a Music + Motion festival this spring.
Smartphones and Soirees: new performing art reviews
New performing arts reviews from Reader critics from the July 26, 2012 issue
A Living Art
Thodos Dance Chicago’s preservationist approach to Bob Fosse falls flat.
Ann Reinking Sets Fosse Trilogy on Thodos Dance Chicago
Ann Reinking will work with Thodos Dance Chicago to stage Fosse Trilogy, part of TDC’s fall dance program.