The Making Space Showcase is an exciting evening of dance featuring the work of new and emerging choreographers in an informal, interactive performance setting. Making Space, a choreographer's forum sponsored by Ballet 5:8, provides a unique, positive space where choreographers can create, experiment, see their work come to life on the stage, and engage in discussion with the audience. The Making Space Showcase, culminating the Making Space project, features a wide variety of dance-based works created by participating choreographers.
During the performance, hosted at Ballet 5:8's studios in Frankfort, IL, each choreographer provides a personal introduction to their work. After the work is performed, the choreographer returns to the stage for a Question & Answer segment. During this time, audience members are encouraged to share impressions, comments and constructive feedback on the work.
Friday, April 15 at 7:00pm
The performance will be held at Ballet 5:8's studios in Frankfort, IL. Parking is available in Ballet 5:8's lot outside the studios.
Coming from I-80 on the LaGrange Road exit, head south on LaGrange Road. After you pass St. Francis road, we are on the left at the top of the hill. Turn by the Dunkin Donuts restaurant; we are in the middle of the building directly behind the restaurant, under the clock.
Ballet 5:8's studios are also just minutes from the Hickory Creek Metra station on the Rock Island line. Current fares and schedules are available at http://metrarail.com.
No tickets are needed! This informal performance is free and open to the public. Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
About Ballet 5:8
The mission of Ballet is 5:8 is to employ artistic ingenuity, innovation and excellence as we celebrate the exchange of ideas in the creative realm. Our ongoing commitment is to the creation and performance of new, abstract and narrative works from the unique basis of our Christian faith, and to the development and creative exploration of the dancing artists, choreographers and composers of our day. Our goal is to serve as a catalyst for genuine discussion of life and faith with audiences and artists alike, in the context of breathtaking dance performance.