No explanation was offered, but conductor Gustavo Dudamel has been critical of Venezuela’s government, to the irritation of the country’s president.
An exciting new co-production by the Joffrey Ballet and the Australian Ballet will have its world premiere by the Joffrey in October 2018.
Mary Robin Roth’s Rose is a tireless force of nature in this production that reinforces the ruthless and bitter aspects of the burlesque star’s story.
The Oscar-winning short film has been expanded into a fervent, surprisingly playful, fully musicalized two-hour show.
The 1928 play by Sophie Treadwell was in many ways far ahead of its time in both style and substance,
WEISS: As sick and twisted as the Black Button Eyes production is, its depiction of domestic horror is so imaginative that you cannot look away.
Gaines’ re-imagined production, with Shakespeare’s script featuring additional dialogue by Second City’s Ron West, is set in 1919 Chicago.
The festival will run Sept. 29 through Oct. 29 at various venues.