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Join Nomi Dance Company as we celebrate our 10th anniversary season! We're thrilled to have reached this great milestone, and are truly honored to be a part of Chicago's incredible dance community. Nomi presents a celebratory evening filled with works that promises to entertain and keep you on the edge of your seats. We travel back to season 3 to resurrect a work that showcases the company's true athleticism, and back to season 9 displaying our virtuosity and connection to music's greats. Look forward to exciting premieres by Artistic Director Laura Kariotis, company member Katie Carey, and guest artist Daniel Williams adding unexpected twists and turns to contemporary dance! Don't miss out on the party!
A Masked Royal Ball, A Variety Show, Comedy, and Dance Party all in one night...
Chicago Dance Factory cordially invites you to The Royal Masquerade Dinner and Semi Formal Ball. This event is an actual ball hosted by the Royal Master of Ceremonies, as he searches for a suitable maiden to be the Belle of the Ball. Become part of the fairy tale as you participate in the pageantry, comedy and dancing! The ball will be a night you'll remember fondly for years to come. Dinner and your first glass of Wine is included.
The Royal Masquerade Ball will be a luscious masquerade in tribute to the sophistication of the old world. We will transport you through time to a dream of mystery and seduction.
Center Stage at Ruth Page is an audience development performance project free to the public and sponsored by the Ruth Page Center for the Arts and its Artists In-Residence – CDI/Concert Dance Inc, DanceWorks Chicago, Hedwig Dances, Ruth Page Civic Ballet and ShawChicago Theater Company. Each Artist In-Residence performs a work from its repertoire. Audience members are able to experience the broad range of artistic work taking place at the Ruth Page Center and hear from the artistic director of each group.
Born from a flower and stolen away by a greedy toad, tiny Thumbelina never knew a family of her own. Pursued by all manner of woodland creatures eager to possess her, she must make her way through the great big world with nothing but her wits and will to protect her. A series of whimsical and magical adventures unfold as she sets out to find a community to call her own. Let your imagination soar with Thumbelina as she travels over streams, through forests, and on the wings of majestic birds in a powerful, dance-inspired tale about growing up and finding your own path, based on the story by Hans Christian Andersen. This production is recommended for children ages five and up (children under two not permitted), and runs approximately one hour with no intermission.