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Chicago's premiere ballet company, Joffrey Ballet, brings yet another exciting lineup of events with its 2014 – 15 Season. This season, Joffrey Ballet will continue its tradition of presenting its patrons with some new works as well as some of its regular shows like the Nutcracker. Among Swan Lake and Unique Voices is a new, limited time series called Stories in Motion or All Stories in Dance. As the latter one suggests, Joffrey Ballet's squad of talented dancers will be taking the stage to tell some tales with their fluid movements and expressive form of performing art known as dance. With its Stories in Motion series, Joffrey Ballet will stage performances of Prodigal Son, Lilac Garden and RAkU. All Stories in Dance tickets are on sale for the event that is scheduled to take place from September 18 till 21. Stories in Motion will only showcase five performances this season, so if you wish to catch it firsthand, secure your seats today.
Prodigal Son is one of the three pieces that will be performed as a part of All Stories in Dance. With music by Sergei Prokofiev and choreography done by George Balanchine, Prodigal Son explores the cycles of sin and redemption. The performance is based upon a biblical tale of a man who abandons his home. Stories in Motion will also stage Choreographer Antony Tudor's one of the most celebrated pieces called Lilac Garden. Lilac Garden tells a tale of a young woman who is living within the strict boundaries of Edwardian culture. Due to those restraints, she is forced to let go of her loved one in order to marry someone else. Stories in Motion will also feature Joffrey Ballet's premiere of RAkU which comes from the choreographer Yuri Possokhov with music by Shinji Eshima. Set in Kyoto, Japan, RAkU is a tale that explores subjects of parting, love and treachery. It tells a fable of a warrior and his beloved and how they grow distant due to treacherous plots devised by a jealous monk.
Formed in 1956 by the founding members, Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino, Joffrey Ballet now stands as one of the renowned ballet companies in the United States. Through the course of history, Joffrey Ballet has brought several distinctions to its name including it being the first dance company to have a feature film, the Company, based on it. In the past, Joffrey Ballet has been based in cultural hubs like Los Angeles and New York City until finally finding its permanent home at state of the art Joffrey Tower, located within Chicago, IL.
Joffrey Ballet has always been committed towards educating community about the art of ballet by bringing its works to multitude of audience with its thorough touring schedule each year. Moreover, Joffrey Ballet also runs its highly appraised educational program under the moniker of Joffrey Academy of Dance, through which it trains aspiring dancers and turns them into creative professionals. Each year, Joffrey Ballet flaunts diverse American heritage through its classical dance performances and its extensive repertoire. Joffrey Ballet showcases its own interpretations of works of both classical masters and contemporary choreographers. Presently, Joffrey Ballet operates under the artistic direction of Ashley Wheater, and it continues to grow as one of America's most celebrated classical dance companies.
Presently, Joffrey Ballet comprises of about forty dancers and showcases its seasonal undertakings at Chicago's Auditorium Theatre. In addition, the company also takes part in several local and international tours. While performing varying lineup of works each year, Joffrey Ballet stages its performances of the Nutcracker regularly during the month of December every year.
Joffrey Ballet's 2014 – 15 season is in full bloom, with loads of exciting programs piled up. All Stories in Dance or Stories in Motion is yet another innovative take by the company on the works of three renowned choreographers. Catch the all-new series this fall with All Stories in Dance tickets.