As part of the season premiere of Artistic Director Julianna Rubio Slager's new work Mi Familia, Ballet 5:8 is excited to visit the National Museum of Mexican Art in Pilsen for a Sunday evening performance this October. Mi Familia draws on Slager's own heritage and family experiences and, incorporating traditional Spanish music and a flamenco-inspired flair, creates a lively, relatable picture that is sure to have us all dancing along in our seats.
Also featured at this performance will be audience favorite As We Pray. This ballet is a living, moving, emotion-filled reflection on the concept of prayer. This is a contemporary ballet inspired by our human need - seemingly rooted in the very depths of our souls - to reach up and be in communication with God.
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Location and Parking
The performance will be held inside the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood. Parking is available on nearby residential streets.
This event is open to the public with a $10 suggested donation per person. Donations will be collected at the door; or you can make a donation in advance here!