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 a local boy made good and an experimental performance are just part of what’s on tap.


Zephyr is one of the city’s more experimental outfits, which is underscored by Site/less, its rough-around-the-edges incubator/performance/installation space at 1250 W. Augusta Blvd.—a programming partner of the 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial. “On Notice,” a collaboration between Zephyr Director Michelle Kranicke and architect David Sundry, is a kinetic investigation mirroring the ways we negotiate actual and virtual space, one that allows the audience to move about and view the proceedings from multiple vantage points.

Thomas Connors
Crain's Chicago Business

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