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NEW VOICES IN DANCE
Featuring JMU's Contemporary Dance Ensemble

Thursday-Saturday, April 3-5 @ 8pm
Sunday, April 6 @ 2 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE


New Ideas. New Approaches. New Dances.
Witness the blossoming of new dance artists in a concert featuring the work of selected dance majors showcasing diverse approaches and styles. This concert also features new work by adjunct faculty member Julia Vessey and the dynamic team of Xan Burley and Alex String, New York choreographers and the directors of the up-and-coming company alex xan: the Median Movement. Rounding out the program is a premiere by faculty member Cynthia Thompson.

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MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by William Shakespeare
Friday-Saturday, April 11-12 @ 8 pm

Sunday, April 13  @ 2pm
Monday-Wednesday, April 14-16 @ 8 pm

Much Ado About Nothing tells the stories of two sets of heterosexual lovers who struggle to make their love possible in the face of confusion, French scenes, misunderstandings, and stubbornness. Its themes center around ideals of honor, friendship, secrecy, and gender, which this production will explore through select cross-gender casting. A malicious scheme forces the characters to reexamine their views on the complexity of human nature, as well as the transformations possible, and helps them gather a deeper understanding of honesty and morality.

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School of Theatre and Dance 2013/2014 Season

 

MAINSTAGE THEATRE

AMARANTH CONTEMPORARY DANCE
Headlining the New Dance Festival

Friday-Saturday, September 6-7 @ 8 pm

With a "very emotional performance style," Amaranth Contemporary Dance has established itself as a "hidden jewel" in Richmond, Virginia.  Founded in 2006 by internationally acclaimed choreographer Scott Outman, the company has presented its work in Italy, Mexico, California, Colorado, North Caroline, Rhode Island and Virginia.  This Year's New Dance Festival features exceptional new works by Amaranth and JMU's award-winning dance faculty members Suzanne Miller-Corso, Shane O'Hara, Cynthia Thompson, Kate Trammell, and Ryan Corriston.  Thomson and Trammell will collaborate with music faculty violinist Wanchi Huang for a performance, and adjunct faculty member Edwin Roa will join Miller-Corso for a duet. www.amarantharts.com

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BOEING BOEING
By Marc Camoletti
Translated by Beverly Cross and Francis Evans

Tuesday-Saturday, September 24-28 @ 8 pm
Sunday, September 29 @ 2 pm

Fasten your seat belts as Boeing Boeing lands at the Forbes Center! In this 1960s French farce adapted for the English-speaking stage, playboy Bernard juggles the arrivals and departures of his three flight attendant fiancées. Tracking their airlines' timetables and scheduling on-convergent "layovers," he keeps "one up, one down and one pending" until unexpected schedule changes bring all three to Paris and his apartment at the same time. Bernard is thrust into the role of air traffic controller--in his own apartment. The result is a hilarious journey through near misses as he attempts to keep his love life from being grounded.  Contains adult content. Boeing Boeing is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

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THE TROJAN WOMEN
By Euripides
Adapted by Ellen McLaughlin

Tuesday-Friday, October 29-November 1 @ 8 pm
Saturday, November 2 @ 2 pm and 8 pm

In the ruins of their smoldering city, the women of Troy, still grieving over the slaughter of their husbands and sons, wait to learn what the conquerors will do with them. One of the greatest plays to meditate on the limits and power of individual choice, the costs of war on civilians and families, and the boundaries of humanity, this timeless work by Euripides has found new life on the world's stages in recent years. Mediating between the ancient world and the modern, it explores the choices left to war's victims. Contains adult themes. The Trojan Women is produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc. (www.playscripts.com)

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DANCESCAPES
Featuring JMU's Virginia Repertory Dance Company

Thursday-Saturday, December 5-7 @ 8 pm
Sunday, December 8 @ 2 pm

Offering an "eclectic ranges of well-performed, engaging dance works (Style Weekly)," JMU's premier dance group will present a cutting-edge program focusing on the new terrains of contemporary dance in the 21st century. The company will perform works by nationally and internationally recognized guest artists, including Richmond-based Scott Putman, Tzveta Kassabova from Florida (named one of the "top 25 artists to watch in 2012" by  Dance Magazine), Raleigh choreographer and JMU alumna Tara Mullins, and former Doug Varone dancer and new JMU faculty member Ryan Corriston. Artistic director Shane O'Hara will also present a new work.

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ALL SHOOK UP
Inspired by and featuring the songs of ELVIS PRESLEY®
Book by JOE DIPIETRO

Tuesday-Friday, February 25-28 @ 8 pm
Saturday, March 1 @ 2 pm and 8 pm
Sunday, March 2 @ 2 pm

The hysterical musical ALL SHOOK UP is guaranteed to have your entire family jumpin' out of their blue suede shoes! Inspired by the songs of Elvis Presley, ALL SHOOK UP features 24 of his greatest hits including such classics as "Heartbreak Hotel," "Jailhouse Rock" and "Don't Be Cruel." Set in 1955, a mysterious, guitar-playing stranger rides through a square little town in a square little state helping everyone he meets rediscover the magic of romance and the power of rock and roll. Throw in some mixed-up love stories, whacky, Shakespearean-inspired hijinks, and you have this delightfully energetic musical adventure.

ALL SHOOK UP is presented through special arrangement with and all authorized performances materials are supplied by Theatre Rights Worldwide, 570 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10018. (866) 378-9758. www.theatricalrights.com. Originally produced on Broadway by Jonathan Pollard, Bernie Kukoff, Clear Channel Entertainment, Harbor Entertainment, Miramax Films, Bob and Harvey Weinstein, Stanely Buchthal, Eric Falkenstein, Nina Essman/Nancy Nagel Gibbs, Jean Cheever, Margaret Cotter, in association with Barney Rosenzweig, Meri Krassner, FGRW Investments, Karen Jason, Phil Ciasullo Conard. Originally produced for Goodspeed Musicals, Michael P. Price, Executive Producer, Sure Front, Associate Producer

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NEW VOICES IN DANCE
Featuring JMU's Contemporary Dance Ensemble

Thursday-Saturday, April 3-5 @ 8pm
Sunday, April 6 @ 2 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE


New Ideas. New Approaches. New Dances.
Witness the blossoming of new dance artists in a concert featuring the work of selected dance majors showcasing diverse approaches and styles. This concert also features new work by adjunct faculty member Julia Vessey and the dynamic team of Xan Burley and Alex String, New York choreographers and the directors of the up-and-coming company alex xan: the Median Movement. Rounding out the program is a premiere by faculty member Cynthia Thompson.

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CLYBOURNE PARK
By Bruce Norris

Tuesday-Saturday, April 29-May 3 @ 8pm
Sunday, May 4 @ 2 pm


2011 Pulitzer Prize and 2013 Tony Award Winner

"Vital, sharp-witted and ferociously smart (The New York Times)," Clybourne Park pits Race against Real Estate in Bruce Norris' Olivier Award-winning play. Two generations of characters dance around social politics in one house on two afternoons, 50 years apart. In 1959, a white couple causes uproar in a middle-class neighborhood for selling their home to a black family. Fast forward to 2009 and the stakes have changes, but the debate is strikingly similar. This razor sharp social comedy reveals how far our ideas about race and gentrification have evolved--or have they? Contains adult language. Clybourne Park is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play services, Inc., New York.

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EARLYNN J. MILLER DANCE THEATRE 

NAMELY, MUSCLES
  By Claire Porter
Performed by Kate Trammell

Friday-Saturday, October 25-26 @ 8 pm

JMU dance faculty artists Kate Trammell performs Namely, Muscles, a solo, comic masterpiece by world-renowned choreographer Claire Porter. This "funny and touching" work depicts Dr. Nickie Nom, a Forensic Orthopedic Autopsy Muscular Anatomical Surgical Specialist, as she reads from her new book of poems Namely, Muscles. Her 30 plus poems enact 68 major muscles of the body and then some.  www.cportables.com

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FALL STUDENT DANCE CONCERT

Wednesday-Saturday, November 13-16 @ 8 pm

This showcase of new choreography offers audiences an opportunity to see the work of the Dance program's talented young artists.

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TAKUYA MURAMATSU OF DAIRAKUDAKAN
THE ART OF BUTOH: A CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE DANCE FORM

Friday-Saturday, January 24-25 @ 8 pm

Experience the mystery and beauty of the Japanese dance art form known as Butoh. These performances cap off a two-week residency by Takuya Muramatus of Dairakudakan, one of the great exponents of the dynamic art form. This concert includes a work made with theatre and dance students during the residency, as well as a solo and group work by adjunct faculty member Julia Vessey, a former member of Dairakudankan. www.dairakudakan.com

A CVPA Cultural Connections Artist-in-Residence Event. This event is supported by the College of Visual and Performing Arts, the School of Theatre and Dance, the Office of Diversity, the Office of International Programs and International Student Services

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SENIOR DANCE CONCERT

Thursday-Saturday, February 13-15 @ 8 pm

JMU's senior dance majors are on the verge of graduation and entering into their exciting careers as dance artists. Come watch them as they showcase their amazing work in this annual concert.

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SPRING STUDENT DANCE CONCERT

Wednesday-Saturday, April 23-26 @ 8 pm

This exciting dance event features talented young dancers and choreographers from JMU's Dance program.

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CONCERT HALL 

FROM HERE...TO BROADWAY...AND BEYOND
A Musical Theatre Revue

Saturday, October 19 @ 8 pm
Sunday, October 20 @ 2 pm

This contemporary musical theatre showcase includes touching, uproarious and spellbinding selections from musicals written during the late 20th and early 21st century. Enjoy new Broadway favorites, works from lesser-known Off-Broadway shows, and songs from emerging professional musical theatre composers who hope their work will reach "The Great White Way."   

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STUDIO THEATRE

GODSPELL
Conceived and Originally Directed by JOHN-MICHAEL TEBELAK
MUSIC AND NEW LYRICS BY STEPHEN SCHWARTZ
Originally Produced on the New York Stage by
EDGAR LANSBURY / STUART DUNCAN / JOSEPH BERUH


Tuesday-Friday, September 17-20 @ 8 pm
Saturday, September 21 @ 2 pm & 8 pm

Godspell is a musical that follows Jesus and his disciples as they form a community. The show uses various theatrical forms to present parables from the Book of Matthew and the life of Jesus. Featuring such classics as "Day by Day" and "Bless the Lord," Godspell is an interactive musical that is fun for all ages!  

 GODSPELL is presented by special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684 www.MTIShows.com

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PETER PAN
By J. M. Barrie

Tuesday-Friday, October 1-4 @ 8 pm
Saturday, October 5 @ 2 pm & 8 pm

Peter Pan is a story known around the world. We indulge in an adventure that we take with the Darling children, who escape with Peter to Never Land. It is there we encounter indians, pirates, fairies, mermaids, and a world where childhood reigns free. Peter Pan is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

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DOCTOR FAUSTUS
By Christopher Marlowe

Tuesday-Friday, October 15-18 @ 8 pm
Saturday, October 19 @ 2 pm & 8 pm

The adventure of a lifetime begins when Doctor Faustus makes a deal with the Devil for his soul. In turn, he is given absolute power to act upon every whim and whimsy he has in the universe. What will this curioius philosophical mind do with unlimited power? Is this deal a blessing or a curse in disguise? With the ability to break the boundaries of time, place, and his wildest imagination there is no knowing what he'll do. Mild sexual content.

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DARK PLAY OR STORIES FOR BOYS
By Carlos Murillo

Tuesday-Friday, October 29-Nov. 1 @ 8 pm
Saturday, November 2 @ 2 pm & 8 pm

A tale of deception, fluid personality and sexual license in the Internet age, DARK PLAY examines what happens when the real world and virutal world collide. Mature language, adult themes, and sexual content. Dark Play or Stories for Boys is presented by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York.

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DIRECTORS FESTIVAL
Block A: Dec. 5 & Dec. 7 @ 8 pm
Block B: Dec. 6 @ 8pm & Dec. 7 @ 2pm


Twenty 10-minute plays performed in two blocks. Attend both blocks to see all 20 plays! Play selections may contain adult content.

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EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE
Thursday, November 14 @ 8 pm
Friday, November 15 @ 10 pm
Saturday, November 16 @ 2pm & 8 pm

Conflicts and questions raised by their lives, the world, and their study of cutting edge developments in performance inspire the students to the Experimental Theatre class to devise their own performance piece that questions and breaks the traditional boundaries of theatre. Devised piece may contain adult content.

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OUR GLORIOUS CAUSE
Book and Lyrics by Frank DiCostanzo
Music by Herb Mintz
Tuesday-Friday, February 4-7 @ 8 pm

Saturday, February 8  @ 2pm and 8pm

Set in America’s revolutionary era, Our Glorious Cause dramatizes the emotional, psychological and physical impacts that war has on relationships. The story follows three Virginia volunteers in the Continental Army and their families during the time period from June, 1775, (seeds of war sown in Boston) to February, 1778 (the Army’s winter encampment at Valley Forge.)

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LIGHT AT THE END OF WATER STREET
Ten Minute Play Festival
Thursday-Sunday, February 13-16 @ 8 pm

Saturday-Sunday, February 15-16  @ 2pm

The Light At The End of Water Street is a ten-minute play festival focusing on communicating the human experience.  Unsurprisingly filled with love, loss, death, and illness, being human requires more than we acknowledge a lot of the time.  This festival features 6 original ten minute plays written in response to a painting by Sarah Phillips for a Playwriting class project.  The plays, with transitional performance art pieces between scenes, ultimately come together to share the stories, both scripted and non-scripted, that respond to the painting.

Contains adult language and content

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A FEAR OF FALLING
by Gabriela Fleury
Friday-Wednesday, Feb.28-March 5 @ 8 pm 


After Icarus, a rebellious teenager, mysteriously dies, he finds himself in a supernatural waiting room. As he reflects on the transformative moments that caused his demise, will he figure out who his mysterious interview is? Why is he there? What really happened at the hospital?

Contains adult language and content

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MIDDLETOWN
by Will Eno
Tuesday-Friday, March 25-28 @ 8 pm

Saturday, March 29  @ 2pm and 8pm

Middletown is a deeply moving and funny play exploring the deceptively compact universe of a small American town. As a friendship develops between longtime resident John Dodge and new arrival Mary Swanson, the lives of the inhabitants of Middletown intersect in strange and poignant ways in a journey that takes them from the local library to outer space and points between.
Contains adult  content
 

MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING
by William Shakespeare
Friday-Saturday, April 11-12 @ 8 pm

Sunday, April 13  @ 2pm
Monday-Wednesday, April 14-16 @ 8 pm

Much Ado About Nothing tells the stories of two sets of heterosexual lovers who struggle to make their love possible in the face of confusion, French scenes, misunderstandings, and stubbornness. Its themes center around ideals of honor, friendship, secrecy, and gender, which this production will explore through select cross-gender casting. A malicious scheme forces the characters to reexamine their views on the complexity of human nature, as well as the transformations possible, and helps them gather a deeper understanding of honesty and morality.

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CABARET
Music and Lyrics by John Kander and Fred Ebb
Book by Joe Masteroff

Tuesday-Saturday, April 29-May 3 @ 8pm
Saturday, May 3 @ 2 pm

The scene is a nightclub in Berlin, as the 1920's are drawing to a close. The Master of Ceremonies welcomes the audience to the show and assures them that, whatever their troubles, they will forget them at the Cabaret. The Emcee's use of music expands the thoughts and ideas presented in the spoken dialogue and develops them into larger themes. On the train to Berlin, we find Cliff, a struggling young American writer, and Ernst, a German who smuggle something across borders and into the city. History is in the process of being made. The audience is also introduced to Sally Bowles, a performer at the seedy club, who moves in with Cliff. Together, these characters must work their way through the struggles of blooming relationships, and dwindling finances, all under the continually growing shadow of the Nazi Party. Contains adult language, violance, and sexual/mature content

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Other Theatre and Dance Events in the Forbes Center

 

PATTI LUPONE
Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
...played that role


Saturday, September 28 @ 8 pm
CONCERT HALL


Tony and Olivier Award winner Patti Lupone in her new concert COULDA, WOULDA, SHOULDA...played that role performs songs from musicals which she could have played, should have played, did play and will play. The list of shows includes Hair, Bye Bye Birdie, Funny Girl, West Side Story and Peter Pan and, of course, songs from her Tony Award-winning performances in Evita and Gypsy. Ms. LuPone will be accompanied by JMU's Symphony Orchestra and students from JMU's Musical Theatre program. www.pattilupone.net

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THE MAGIC FLUTE

Friday-Saturday, November 8-9 @ 8 pm
Sunday, November 10 @ 2 pm

MAINSTAGE THEATRE

Mozart's mesmerizing classic The Magic Flute will cast its spell and transport audiences of all ages to a mythical land of enchantment. With soaring melodies, lush sets and charming yet elusive characters, The Magic Flute is one of the most popular operas of all time. When the Queen of the Night's daughter Pamina is kidnapped by the evil sorcerer Sarastro, it's up to the heroic prince Tamino and his outspoken sidekick Papageno to come to her rescue. Aided by a magic flute, Tamino and Papageno endure death-defying adventures to save her. Wisdom and true love ultimately triumph in the end in this magnificent opera that is a testament to Mozart's musical genius.

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STEP AFRIKA!
A Forbes Family Fun Event

Tuesday, January 14 @ 8 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

Prepare to feast your eyes and ears on a rhythmic performance brimming with airtight synchronization, exuberant joy and a sense of humor. Step Afrika! is the first professional company in the world dedicated to the tradition of stepping. Stepping creates intricate rhythms and sounds through a combination of footsteps, claps and spoken word. Now a worldwide dance phenomenon, Step Afrika! is committed to advancing the art of stepping through teaching and touring opportunities across the globe. The company has performed on some of America's most prestigious stages, including the White House, New York's Lincoln Center and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Don't miss this electrifying live show perfect for the entire family! www.stepafrika.org

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REALLY INVENTIVE STUFF
Starring Michael Boudewyns and Special Guests
A Forbes Family Fun Event


Sunday, February 16 @ 2 pm
CONCERT HALL

Really Inventive Stuff actors Michael Boudewyns and Sara Valentine have packed their trunk full of fun surprises for the whole family as they return to the Forbes Center for the performances of Jean de Brunhoff's The Story of Babar, Mozart's Toy Symphony, and Rossini's   Duet for Two Cats, accompanied by musical guests.

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TASTE OF THE FORBES
An Arts and Foodie Event

Thursday, March 27 @ 6:30 pm
FORBES CENTER VENUES / RECEPTION IN GRAND LOBBY


After a wildly successful debut last season, this event featuring a complete evening of entertainment returns for another year! This moveable feast includes three distinctive presentations in three Forbes Center venues, plus a reception that will allow you to mingle with other arts enthusiasts. The event begins in the Grand Lobby with appetizers and drinks. You will then move from venue to venue to enjoy 20-minute music and theatre/dance presentations, as well as a white glove presentation highlighting hidden treasures from the Madison Art Collection. 

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GILBERT AND SULLIVAN'S H.M.S. PINAFORE
Featuring JMU Opera Theater


Wednesday-Thursday, April 16-17 @ 8 pm
CONCERT HALL

Set sail on the high seas with Gilbert and Sullivan's gleeful and sassy satire H.M.S. Pinafore. This lighthearted and hilarious operetta spoofs British social mores in a convoluted tale of mistaken identity and star-crossed lovers. Social conventions are overturned and chaos reigns in this delightfully silly and wild romp! Enjoy favorites like "We Sail the Ocean Blue," "Little Buttercup," and "I Am the Captain of the Pinafore."

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DEFENDING THE CAVEMAN
Starring Kevin Burke
Written by Rob Becker


Friday-Saturday, October 11-12 @ 8 pm

CONCERT HALL

Defending the Caveman holds the record as the longest running solo play in Broadway history. Now a worldwide rock-solid tour de force that has won the heart of millions, Caveman is a hilariously insightful play about how men and women relate. Seen in 45 countries and translated into 18 different languages (and counting!), Defending the Caveman makes us roar with laughter and recognition about all the ways men and women fight, love and laugh. Don't miss this "outrageously funny and surprisingly sweet exploration of the gender gap." (Chicago Sun Times) www.defendingthecaveman.com

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AQUILA THEATRE FAHRENHEIT 451
 

Wednesday, November 13 @ 8 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

One of the most revered novels of the 20th century, Fahrenheit 451 is Ray Bradbury's dystopian tale of a bleak future where literature and knowledge are on the edge of extinction. Aquila Theatre, one of the foremost producers of touring classical theatre, will breathe new life into Bradbury's visionary parable of a society gone awry. Founded in London in 1991 by Peter Meineck, Aquila aims to bring the greatest number of works to the greatest number of people. Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock, Illinois.

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THE FROG BRIDE
A Forbes Family Fun Event

Friday, January 17 @ 7 pm
Saturday, January 18 @ 2 pm

MAINSTAGE THEATRE

When a King sends his three sons to find their brides, two return with fair ladies. The last returns with...A FROG? This critically acclaimed, hip adaptation of a classic Russian fairytale is brought to vibrant new life by the storytelling genius of David Gonzalez, who "has the gift of creating magical worlds and drawing his audience into them." (The New York Times) Gonzalez brings wonder and sparkle to every one of the show's characters, including princes, frogs, witches and one very enchanted young lady. Audiences of all ages will embrace this tour de force featuring music with themes from Prokofiev's Five Melodies for Violin and Piano woven into an original jazz score. Kandinsky's masterwork paintings provide the stunning video backdrop to this coming-of-age story, considered to be one of the world's great works of folk literature. www.davidgonzalez.com

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HUBBARD STREET 2
DANCE CHICAGO

Tuesday, March 4 @ 8 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago stands at the forefront of American contemporary dance companies. Its work encompasses a vast array of techniques and forms, and its dancers display unparalleled versatility and virtuosity. Hubbard Street 2, its professional company for early-career artists, tours domestically and internationally; it showcases the work of its gifted young dancers, many of whom are already accomplished and recognized as contemporary choreographers. Each year, HS2 holds a National Choreographic Competition to bring new work by major and upcoming dance makers into its repertoire.  www.hubbardstreetdance.com

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HUBBARD STREET 2
DANCE CHICAGO

A Forbes Family Fun Event

Wednesday, March 5 @ 7 pm
MAINSTAGE THEATRE

This Hubbard Street 2 family performance is a unique experience blending a dynamic presentation with behind-the-scenes insights into the choreographic process, stage production and dance technique. You'll move in your seats as you learn about everything that goes into creating contemporary dance performances for this renowned, professional dance company. Terence Marling, Director of Hubbard Street 2, leads this interactive, one-hour exploration of dance.

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