Posted by: trailerpilot | 06:05::2009

The news in brief.

Photo courtesy Joel Hall Dance Center.

Photo courtesy Joel Hall Dance Center.

As usual, there’s FAR too much going on to see it all and, for the record, I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Tonight‘s the only evening I can attend Mad Shak’s Stamina of Curiosity so unfortunately I’ll be missing the ribbon-cutting and grand opening festivities for Joel Hall Dance Center’s new facility at 5965 Clark Street in Edgewater. It’s quite a to-do, though, and a great occasion for Hall, his company and school. You should definitely stop by starting at 6:00pm — it couldn’t be a more gorgeous evening for it.

Also, Zephyr Dance has two performances remaining of their spring concert, tonight and tomorrow at 8:00pm at Epiphany. Get details and tickets here, read Laura Molzahn’s Critic’s Choice, Lucia Mauro’s article for the Examiner, and Asimina Chremos’ writeup for Time Out Chicago.

Coming up on trailerpilot, look for some thoughts on last night’s excellent concert by ICE and Steven Schick at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Quicksilver Occasion Pieces last weekend at Silverspace, Mad Shak’s and Hubbard Street’s programs, a new Dancin’ Feats for Windy City Times and more. Thanks for reading!


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