Press Items

Fast fashion, green screens and a doll named Kissy—‘On Notice’ at SITE/less gives agency to a choreographer’s collaborators

October 8th, 2019

“Sometimes there’s this idea that interdisciplinarity is this commune of peace and love, a kind Read more »

Finding the Edges: Architecture Leads the Dance in “On Notice” at SITE/less

October 4th, 2019

photo: Jamie Padgett In an oblong, dogleg room, an improvised space negotiated between a perfunctory Read more »

With On Notice, SITE/less and Zephyr build on the connections between dance and architecture

September 18th, 2019

Choreographer Michelle Kranicke and architect David Sundry’s latest collaboration has echoes of 1980s postmodernism for Read more »

The top dance performances to see this fall

August 23rd, 2019

A contemporary festival, a milestone achieved, a treat for Jane Austen fans, a celebration of Read more »

Players 2019: The Fifty People Who Really Perform for Chicago

January 19th, 2019

photo: Cheryl Mann 45 Michelle Kranicke Founder and Artistic Director, SITE/less When Michelle Kranicke, the Read more »

Zephyr Dance’s new venue Site/Less makes its debut with a performance filled with potent images

May 1st, 2018

Michelle Kranicke and company thread their way through Shadows Across Our Eyes. Site/less designed by Read more »

Zephyr’s ‘Shadows Across Our Eyes’ unveils new venue: SITE/less

April 29th, 2018

Bricks are loosely stacked to create arch-shaped benches, forming a circle with a few points Read more »

Zephyr Dance Presents SHADOWS ACROSS OUR EYES Review – An Architectural Movement Experience

April 27th, 2018

For those of us who dream of loft living, intrigue is already in the air Read more »

Zephyr Dance Wants to Put Architecture and Dance on Equal Footing

April 23rd, 2018

The experimental dance company performs on stage … and on windows, on stairs, and anywhere Read more »

Dancing About Architecture: Exploring SITE/less, A New Artistic Laboratory

April 4th, 2018

After years of collaboration, the dance-architecture duo of Michelle Kranicke and David Sundry see their Read more »