Compass Project Chicago is an evening of dance on a central theme: the challenges of navigating cultural tension in the present day - with compassion.
A portion of each Compass Project Chicago ticket purchased will be donated to World Relief.
Featuring works from the Ballet 5:8's 2017/18 Season program Compass, The Compass Project stretches across time and space to explore some of the most pressing topics in our country and in our cities today. At times witty and satirical, and at times deeply emotional, the program is full of athleticism, power and poetry.
World Relief is a worldwide nonprofit organization with local offices in Chicago and Aurora, IL. World Relief stands with refugees and immigrants and partners with local churches to end the cycle of suffering, transform lives and build sustainable communities.
“AN EVENING OF INSPIRED CHOREOGRAPHY AND THOUGHT-PROVOKING PERFORMANCE.”
You Can Join the Conversation
Following each performance, audience members are invited to attend a TalkBack panel discussion.
During this informal Q&A, you'll have the opportunity to talk with Ballet 5:8 Artistic Director Julianna Rubio Slager, Ballet 5:8 Artists of the Company, and World Relief staff members about your experience during the performance. What did you see? What did the performance make you feel or think? What questions do you have? All comments and questions are welcome.
Performance Information & Tickets
Saturday, April 28, 2018 | 7PM
Moody Bible Institute Solheim Center
930 N Wells St, Chicago, IL
Event parking is available in Moody Bible Institute lots for $5. Spots are first-come, first-served. Stop by the Front Desk at the Solheim Center upon arrival to purchase.
- Tickets can be purchased online via the link below or by calling 312-725-4752.
- Single tickets are $20 standard admission, or $10 for college students and children age 12 or younger.
- A portion of each ticket purchased will be donated to World Relief.