Next, we discuss two Chicago ...
The Joffrey Ballet is celebrating its fiftieth season (and it's tenth season in Chicago)â€”we hear from Hedy Weiss, dance and theatre critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, and Terry Teachout, New York-based art critic. We also hear some sassy new stories from Nicole Hollander, writer and creator of the comic strip “Sylvia,” and get into the Halloween spirit with Nosferatu, showing soon at Open End Gallery.
The sixteenth annual Chicago Humanities Festival takes place at venues across Chicago, October 29–November 13, 2005.
Luna Negra Dance Theater performed at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance as part of “Coregrafos Latinos.”
Joffrey Ballet performs a program entitled A Midsummer Night's Dream, October 19-30, 2005, at the Auditorium Theatreâ€”50 East Congress Parkway, Chicago.
Nosferatu is showing as part of the second annual Culture of Fear, Saturday, October 22, 2005, at Open End Galleryâ€”2000 West Fulton, 3rd Floor, Chicago. Doors open at 7:30 pm.