At a price that’s hard to beat The Harris Theater for Music and Dance Series, Eat to the Beat dishes up top notch entertainment while you enjoy your lunch at the Theater. Now in its’ third season, this popular series continues on Thursday, January 12, 2012 with a noon performance by DanceWorks Chicago for the unbeatable admission price of $5. Food is available for purchase from Chicago’s favorite food trucks located on-site before the performance just outside the Theater on Lower Randolph Drive–or you can brown bag it.
The one-hour DanceWorks program will showcase three unique works, including Paradigm by Christian Spuck; a preview of Addio Amore by European choreographer Nelly van Bommel, a creative collaboration with the dance department of Western Michigan University; and James Gregg’s Nocturnal Sense.
Other Eat to the Beat performances scheduled for this season include*: Thursday, March 1, noon, The Music Institute of Chicago.
Thursday, March 22, noon, ChiArts.
Thursday, May 31, noon, Chicago Academy for the Arts. *Additional performances details will be released at a later time
Harris Theater is located in Millennium Park at 205 E. Randolph Dr., Chicago.
New this season is a Lunch Pass admission—an “all you can experience cultural buffet” ticket that allows patrons to enjoy the full Eat to the Beat performance series for only $15. Individual performance tickets are also available for $5 each. Lunch passes and individual tickets are available at the Harris Theater box office located in Millennium Park at 205 E. Randolph Dr., by calling 312 334 7777 or online.
About DanceWorks. DanceWorks Chicago is committed to build a foundation for the individual artistic growth of dancers and choreographers, providing a laboratory from which early career artists propel themselves and the art form to a new level through training, collaboration, mentorship, and performance. Led with integrity by the recognized team of Andreas Böttcher and Julie Nakagawa, DanceWorks Chicago fills a niche in the dance ecosystem investing in and shining a spotlight on the individual artists. Dancers are encouraged to explore their technical capability as well as their artistic curiosity in an individualized and deeply personal approach with the goal of nurturing passionate, articulate artists able to make meaningful contributions to the art form. Choreographically, we look to uncover new voices while also embracing opportunities to connect with more established choreographers providing mentorship and perspective for all involved.