Blanc's 'Evenfall' makes its U.S. premiere this week as part of the Joffrey Ballet's 'New Works' program. [ more › ]
The Joffrey Ballet's spring program of "New Works" has come with a rare change of venue (with the NFL draft being staged at the Auditorium Theatre, the company has had to move to the Cadillac Palace Theatre). What has not changed atShow More Summary
'New Works' When: 7:30 p.m. on April 22, 24, 25, 30; May 1-2 and 2 p.m. on April 25, 26; May 2-3 Where: Cadillac Palace Theatre, 151 W. Randolph St. Tickets: $32-$155. ticketmaster.com Choreographer Justin Peck has the passion, ambition and lofty dreams that you might expect from a twenty-something artist living in New York City. Show More Summary
Seaside, Florida Seaside Amphitheater May 2, 2015 http://www.seasidefl.com/vacations/rentals Seaside will host the Joffrey Ballet Concert Group, performance company of New York’s Joffrey Ballet School, for a debut performance Saturday, May 2 at 6:30 p.m. Show More Summary
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"Incantations," "Son of Chamber Symphony," "Bells (Pas de Deux)," "Episode 31" Joffrey Ballet Zellerbach Hall, Cal Performances Berkeley, CA March 14, 2015 by Rita Felciano copyright © Rita Felciano 2015 Much welcome to the Chicago-based Joffrey Ballet, that returned after only two years. Show More Summary
Seaside will host the Joffrey Ballet Concert Group, performance company of New York's Joffrey Ballet School, for a debut performance Saturday, May 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the Seaside Amphitheater. The one-and-a-half-hour show will include thirty-two Joffrey dancers performing modern, jazz, and classical ballet styles. For accommodations, visit the Seaside Visitors Bureau.
Joffrey Ballet, annual production takes audiences on a magical journey to a dream world of dance. With a lush, dramatic design and an impeccably cast ensemble, Joffrey’s Nutcracker is brimming with joy and good cheer, making it impossible to resist the holiday spirit,. (read Oliver Sava's entire review....)
The Joffrey Ballet in Tulle (photo by Cheryl Mann) The Joffrey Ballet displayed determination, range and energy as they tackled three disparate pieces on Wednesday night at Chicago's Auditorium Theatre. Unique Voices offers the workShow More Summary
A longstanding Christmas tradition ends this year and will be re-imagined in 2016. [ more › ]
Christopher Wheeldon will choreograph a new "Nutcracker" for December 2016 for the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, replacing Robert Joffrey's version.
The Joffrey Ballet announced Tuesday that it has commissioned a new "Nutcracker" from choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, which will have its world premiere in Chicago in Dec. 2016 as part of the company's 60th anniversary season. Robert Joffrey's American-themed "Nutcracker," which debuted...
'Unique Voices' features three pieces that come from very different corners of the contemporary landscape of ballet. One that we would dare to call classic contemporary, one set to the music of The Man In Black, and a bold, raw take on ballet that is so very Ekman. [ more › ]
The Joffrey colors way outside the lines in "Unique Voices," a program of three very different Chicago premieres that all bring a childlike freedom and delight to ballet. Through Feb. 22 at the Auditorium Theatre, "Unique Voices" offers a thoroughly entertaining, sometimes very moving lineup, a...
In 2000, two young dancers joined The Joffrey Ballet family as Arpino Apprentices. Still in their teens, the duo learned how to be professional dancers from watching, learning and performing with the Main Company. Both spent their entire...Show More Summary
Let's face it: However lovely as holiday confectionery, "The Nutcracker" is sadly lacking in drama. The Act II divertissements are just the most obvious and official of the ballet's many, many distractions from the absence of story.
With a goal of enhancing service at its hotels, JW Marriott has developed a new employee training program with the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago.
At what point does the animal turn into the human? Fear into love? The everyday into magic? The brilliance of choreographer Christopher Wheeldon's re-imagined "Swan Lake" is to bring into high relief those transformations — as well as their reversals, in a tragic loss of art, of love.
Photo by Cheryl Mann I wish I were a dancer, I thought to myself as I sat in the gilded Auditorium Theatre as the curtain fell following an exquisite performance by the Joffrey Ballet of the world-renowned ballet Swan Lake,...
"You know, Degas was groundbreaking," says choreographer Christopher Wheeldon. "He painted ballet rehearsal the way it really is: The girls are sweaty, they have a bad back, they're leaning over. They're in their undergarments. He wanted to paint the blood, sweat and tears of rehearsal."