The City of Chicago has designated 2018 as the “Year of Creative Youth.”
The 2016 overhaul of the holiday classic set the ballet at the World’s Fair in Chicago.
A downright revolutionary edition of “42nd Street” is now dazzling audiences at Drury Lane Oakbrook Terrace.
“A Golden Celebration of Dance” — a one-night-only mixed repertory extravaganza — will showcase artists from internationally acclaimed companies.
The Joffrey’s production of the classic ballet is pure enchantment.
In her fierce yet immensely exuberant production, Brenda Didier has gathered a phenomenal cast of more than 30 performers, including 17 kids.
Festival says visas for Ludi Teatro became impossible after “logistical changes” mandated by the White House.
The renowned dancer and actor is scheduled to perform at the Harris Theatre in February.
Besides intertwining dance into Gluck’s opera, the production also gives the story a modern frame.
What happens when you very cagily flip the ordinary positioning of performer and audience?
The alliance will mark the end of the Joffrey’s long-time relationship with the Auditorium Theatre.
This fall’s action-packed lineup showcases the art in all its forms, from contemporary to classical to jazz and more.
An exciting new co-production by the Joffrey Ballet and the Australian Ballet will have its world premiere by the Joffrey in October 2018.
Artist Herbert Migdoll, veteran photographer of Chicago’s Joffrey Ballet, has suggested one explanation of the sculpture’s possible genesis.