Articles by Ginger Lane

Chicago Dancing Festival - Review

Chicago Dancing Festival - Review A late summer gift to Chicago, this festival is for all lovers of dance and those who just love to move

Paul Taylor Dance Company Review - 60 years of world class dance

Paul Taylor Dance Company Review - 60 years of world class dance 60 years of world class dance leaves you breathless with its energy, vibrancy, and poignancy

Hubbard Street Review - Kylian and Hubbard Street, A Wondrous Combination

Hubbard Street Review - Kylian and Hubbard Street, A Wondrous Combination Hubbard Street Dance Chicago presents its first-ever program by a single choreographer: four works by the celebrated international artist and former director of Nederlands Dance Theater, Jiri Kylian

Thodos Dance Chicago Review - Dance and Architecture light up a dark winter

Thodos Dance Chicago Review - Dance and Architecture light up a dark winter Melissa Thodos likes to explore new avenues for creative expression. The company, in collaboration with Studio Gang Architects investigates the intersection of architecture and dance in a world premiere in its winter concert

Joffrey's Contemporary Choreographers Review - Beautiful to Watch

Joffrey's Contemporary Choreographers Review - Beautiful to Watch The Joffrey Ballet kicked off Chicago’s spring dance season this week with a “3 in 1” knockout punch, bringing together the works of both local and international luminous choreographers who work in the contemporary dance idiom, in one show

Cabaret Review - A new rendition, but "Don't Tell Mama"

Cabaret Review - A new rendition, but "Don't Tell Mama" "Cabaret", Marriott's first show of 2014, opened to a hot reception and long applause from an audience not in a hurry to leave

42nd Street Review - A Brassy, Sassy, Classy Smash Hit

42nd Street Review - A Brassy, Sassy, Classy Smash Hit Come and meet—those dancing feet—on the avenue they’re bringing you to--- 23 E. Galena Boulevard in Aurora, for a tune filled, glittering, splashy musical now on stage at the Paramount Theatre

Solitaire-A Game of Dance-Review

Solitaire-A Game of Dance-Review

Joffrey's "La Bayadere" Review - A feast for the Eyes

Joffrey's "La Bayadere" Review - A feast for the Eyes Tigers, daggers, live snakes and dancing Hindu gods set the stage for a sumptuous display of classical ballet and Eastern exotica that's sure to tantalize in Joffrey's "La Bayadere" at the Auditorium Theatre until October 27

The Better Half Review - Lucky Plush’s Innovative, Surreal Dance Theater Evening

The Better Half Review - Lucky Plush’s Innovative, Surreal Dance Theater Evening Lucky Plush's innovative, surreal dance theatre evening at Link's Hall

Signs of Life Review - Finding Humanity

Signs of Life Review - Finding Humanity Art is a silent witness to the horrors of the Holocaust in "Signs of Life" at Victory Gardens Theater

“New Music and Dance” Review - Thodos Dance Chicago and Fulcrum Point New Music Project light the stage in a shared spotlight

“New Music and Dance” Review - Thodos Dance Chicago and Fulcrum Point New Music Project light the stage in a shared spotlight Thodos Dance Chicago and Fulcrum Point New Music Project light the stage in a shared spotlight

Solitaire Review - A Game of Dance

Solitaire Review - A Game of Dance Solitaire - A Game of Dance, was one of four programs of The Chicago Dancing Festival, now in its 7th year celebrating the best of dance in Chicago and beyond, culminating in a crowd pleasing explosion of works in Millennium Park last Saturday

Hubbard Street-Alonzo King LINES Ballet Review-A Two for One success

Hubbard Street-Alonzo King LINES Ballet Review-A Two for One success Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Alonzo King LINES Ballet share the stage to perform singly and together in a unique collaboration that is a standout in dance performance

Neumeier's Hamburg Ballet Review - Telling the Nijinsky Story

 Neumeier's Hamburg Ballet Review - Telling the Nijinsky Story John Neumeier's evocative ballet Nijinsky is a tour-de-force for the renowned Hamburg Ballet company. The dreamscape recalls Nijinsky's life, iconic creations and descent into madness

Miguel Gutierrez Dance Review - Exploration of the Influences of Dance

Miguel Gutierrez Dance Review - Exploration of the Influences of Dance Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People collaborators explore the influences of dance improvisation and philosophical questions about the brain, perception, and mind-body connections at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art

MOMENTA Dance Company Review - Great Women of Modern American Dance

MOMENTA Dance Company Review - Great Women of Modern American Dance Stunning solos of Great Women of Modern American Dance include a rich history of the pioneers of this unique movement

Now and Forever: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber Review – It Shines

Now and Forever:  The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber Review – It Shines If the opening night audience was any guide, this world premiere of "Now and Forever: the Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber" is now comfortably and happily encamped at the Marriott Theatre in Lincolnshire

Moniquilla and the Moon Monster Review – A Perfect Dance Introduction for Young People

Moniquilla and the Moon Monster Review – A Perfect Dance Introduction for Young People Congratulate yourself on your foresight, perspicacity, and good fortune if you saw "Moniquilla and the Moon Monster" at the Ruth Page Center for the Arts

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