Nora Sharp and Haydee Souffrant: seeking syncronicity

CHICAGO — Links Hall’s white space was packed to the gills Sept. 18 for the last of three performances of “Belonging,” as is usually the…

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Hope Goldman takes flight in ‘Birds in Paradise’ (preview)

I’ve been associating shiny colored swishy pants with choreographer Hope Goldman for a really long time. Her first ever evening length concert, Birds in Paradise,…

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CHRP to Present Argentina’s Che Malambo in the 9th Annual Global Rhythms (preview)

If it’s dance and makes noise, it’s fair game to the Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP). Rising from the traditional Argentinian Gauchos, Malambo is a…

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Another Op’nin Another Show: Susan Marshall’s “Play/Pause” at the Dance Center (review)

The Dance Center of Columbia College’s 40th season opened last night with the world premiere of Susan Marshall’s Play/Pause. It was kind of a big…

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Chicago Sinfonietta’s ’13-14 Season Opener (review)

Can classical music and hip hop dance truly be friends? I don’t know… …but the Chicago Sinfonietta had the guts to try it in its…

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Chicago Dancing Festival in Review

Another chapter of the Chicago Dancing Festival closed, and while I’d love to say that I was spending all sorts of time trying to process…

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