Ballet Chicago Studio Company presents their tenth anniversary repertory program 19th and 20th May 2007 in the Athenaeum Theatre, 2936 N. Southport in Chicago; Saturday's performances are at 2:00 and 7:30 and Sunday's is at 3:00. BCSC is a mostly pre-professional group consisting of some of the older students of Daniel Duell and Patricia Blair's school, Ballet Chicago, augmented by some alumni of the school. This year the visiting alumni are Genevieve Custer, Alicia Fabry, Luke Manly, Julie Niekrasz, Brian Rothlesburger, and Shannon Ye.
The repertory this time consists of Balanchine's Serenade and Who Cares?, a new ballet, Prelude and Fugue, to Bach, and a recent one, Mono No Aware, to Glass, both by Duell, and another new work, Fragile, This Side Up, to "various artists," by recent alumnus Ted Seymour. Ticket prices range from $12 for children and students to $20 and $30 for adults. More details, including thumbnail pictures of this repertory and some larger ones of previous seasons' performances of Serenade, Stars and Stripes, and other ballets, are at
Those who wish to deal with the Athenaeum Theatre box office rather than with Ticketron (312-902-1500) will have to do so in person, I'm told, and should find out the box office's hours at 773-935-6860; they don't take phone orders, evidently.
Ballet Chicago Studio Company Spring Repertory - May 19 & 20, 2007Ballets by Balanchine, Duell, and Seymour, in Athenaeum Theatre
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