FREE Tickets for Furloughed Government Employees
Due to the current government shutdown, we’re offering furloughed federal government employees up to 4 FREE tickets to our upcoming performances starting with Too Hot to Handel: The Jazz-Gospel Messiah on January 19+20 and National Geographic Live — Pink Boots and a Machete on January 24. We hope you or someone you know can take advantage of this during this difficult time. Please share or tag someone who qualifies!
To redeem your FREE tickets, you simply have to come down to the Auditorium Theatre’s Box Office — located at 50 E Ida B Wells Dr in Chicago’s Loop — with your federal ID anytime between now and one hour before the show. Click here to view our Box Office hours.
These free tickets are made possible through the Auditorium Theatre’s ADMIT ONE program.
Trinity Irish Dance Company Young Professionals’ Party
Tickets to the Trinity Irish Dance Company Young Professionals’ Party are on sale now! For just $45, young professionals ages 21-45 get a seat to the performance + a post-show party, which includes light bites and two drinks. Click here to learn more and purchase your ticket!
Our Bodies as Translators — A FREE Moving Dialogs Event
February 12 @ 6PM | Ruth Page Center for the Arts, Studio 1 | 1016 N Dearborn St
Kick off the evening with Cuban food and drinks, and then join See Chicago Dance and the Auditorium Theatre for an evening with choreographers Osnel Delgado, Artistic Director of Cuba’s Malpaso Dance Company, and Robyn Mineko Williams, former member of and regular contributor to Chicago’s own Hubbard Street Dance, as they explore and discuss how they use dancers’ bodies to interpret and translate universal ideas when creating a work. How do choreographers convey meaning and evoke specific emotions through dance to audiences that speak different languages? How can dancers and creators who speak different languages overcome language barriers to create a piece that transcends the spoken word? Hear and see some of the most innovative artists in contemporary dance approach this illuminating topic, and then stay to learn some Cuban salsa with Denita Inez of Desueño at the end of the evening. The conversation will be moderated by Jorge Perez, Executive and Associate Artistic Director, Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater.