photo courtesy of Spectrum Dance Theater.

photo courtesy of Spectrum Dance Theater.

 

Spectrum Dance Theater

Rambunctious 3.0: The Immigrants

FRIDAY - Saturday
February 1 - 2, 2019
at 7:30 p.m.

 

Tickets

$30 / $24 /$10
Regular / Seniors / Students

“Spectrum Dance Theater showed us again how contemporary dance, especially when paired with great live music, can be one of the most exciting of art forms.” —The Seattle Times

Bessie Award-winning and Tony-nominated Donald Byrd is “a choreographer with multiple personalities…an unabashed eclectic” (The New York Times). Byrd returns to Chicago for the first time in 24 years with the latest in Spectrum Dance Theater’s popular and critically-acclaimed Rambunctious Series, Rambunctious Iteration #3The Immigrants. Byrd’s athletic and socially conscious choreography “serves up some of the most gorgeous, inventive work I’ve ever seen” (Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times art critic) in celebration of the contributions of a group of immigrant composers to the American cultural landscape.

Thursday January 31 Ticket holders: Due to weather conditions that caused the cancelation of Thursday Jan 31st performance, you can get a refund or exchange for you ticket. If you currently have a ticket for the January 31 performance of Spectrum Dance Theater, you can attend the performance on Friday, February 1 or Saturday, February 2 with no change fee. Please call the box office at 312-369-8330 to exchange your Thursday ticket and get a new seat for Friday or Saturday, or just come to the Dance Center before the Friday or Saturday performance. You may also get a refund for your Thursday ticket, if you are unable to attend Friday or Saturday.


Additional Events

Post Performance Conversation: Thursday, January 31
immediately following performance in the theater

Pre Performance Talk: Friday, February 1 at 6:30 p.m.
at the Dance Center, 1306 South Michigan Avenue, Studio 102



Support

The Dance Center presentation of Spectrum Dance Theater is funded, in part by, the National Endowment for the Arts.