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(Courtesy of Lyric Opera of Chicago)

Choreographer John Neumeier is in the sixth decade of a career that’s still going strong, and his latest project marks an unprecedented Chicago collaboration.

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Merce Cunningham, 2008. (Cameron Wittig, courtesy of Walker Art Center, Minneapolis)

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago joined forces with the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis for a dual exhibition about an artist of dance who worked with celebrated artists of other disciplines.

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Justin Peck

The Joffrey Ballet recently reimagined Tchaikovsky’s “Nutcracker”– and the company is now moving to the pulse of popular music.

Hubbard Street Dance stages a tribute to the international choreographer

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William Forsythe rehearses N.N.N.N. with Hubbard Street Dancers Ana Lopez, Alicia Delgadillo, and Emilie Leriche (Photo / Todd Rosenberg)

The internationally recognized choreographer discusses his history with the Joffrey Ballet, the de-gendering of ballet, and who – if not him – acts as the true successor to the father of American Ballet.

The Joffrey Ballet just hired 10 new dancers; you may have already met 2 of them

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Joffrey Ballet's 10 new dancers (Photos courtesy Joffrey Ballet)

New Joffrey Ballet dancers speak about their experience with crafting public persona in the world of professional ballet. 

Company Celebrates 25 Years with Showcase of Athletic Dance

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On the eve of their milestone silver anniversary, River North Dance Chicago gets a rehearsal room visit from Chicago Tonight.

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We meet a group of dancers who prove that breakdance and Johann Sebastian Bach can work well together.  

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Need some ideas what to do this weekend? Chicago Tonight knows what's going on!

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Ballet West, "Sinfonietta" (1); photo by Luke Isley

Can dance compete with blues and theater as one of Chicago's signature art forms? We talk to world-renowned dancer, Chicago native and creator of the Chicago Dancing Festival -- Lar Lubovitch.