The Stor(ies) of You and Me

  • Ruth Page Center for the Arts 1016 North Dearborn Street Chicago, IL, 60610 United States

The Program

The Stor(ies) of You and Me features works by two choreographers that explore love, the power of words, unexpected joy, perspectives, and the stories of everyday people.


Performance Information

These performances are made possible, in part, through the Ruth Page Center Subsidized Theater Rental Program.

These performances are made possible, in part, through the Ruth Page Center Subsidized Theater Rental Program.

Times

Friday, October 7, 2016 | 7:30PM
Saturday, October 8, 2016 | 7:30PM

Tickets

Seating for this event is general admission. Online sales have closed - please see us at the box office for remaining available tickets!

  • Tickets are $25 for adults, $22 for students/seniors, and $12 for children 12 and under. 
  • Group ticket purchases of 10 or more tickets are automatically 15% off.
  • Click below to purchase tickets or call 312-725-4752.

Location

Performances will take place at The Ruth Page Center for the Arts, located at 1016 N. Dearborn St., Chicago. Limited metered street parking is available near the venue, however, for the best experience, we recommend looking into available parking options ahead of your visit. Helpful information is available here, provided by Ruth Page; you may also consider looking into one of the many online parking reservation services now available for discounts on nearby parking garages. The Ruth Page Center is also near several forms of public transportation: CTA Red Line train stop Clark and Division, and CTA #22, #36, #70 and #156 bus lines.

Talk Back

Directly after the performance, Ballet 5:8 warmly invites you to take part in a special Ballet 5:8 tradition: the Talk Back. During this informal event, you'll have the opportunity to talk with Ballet 5:8 Artistic Director Julianna Slager and Ballet 5:8 Company Artists 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. 


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