The Joffrey Ballet
The beloved ballet "Romeo and Juliet" receives an updated look as The Joffrey Ballet presents the work through May 11 at Chicago's Auditorium Theatre.
Seasonal shows are lighting up stages across Chicagoland. And for many families, it's a tradition to attend a special show to share in the spirit of the season.
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There's less than a week left to see the full-length production of "Othello" presented by The Joffrey Ballet.
The Joffrey Ballet jumps into the Chicago performance spotlight for the next two weeks with its compelling production of "Othello."
Local dancer Carol Dilts, 13, of Gary's Miller Beach area, is appearing in The Joffrey Ballet's "The Nutcracker" this season.
Chicago's acclaimed Joffrey Ballet will entertain dance lovers with its annual seasonal production titled "Spring Desire" April 25 to May 6 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago.
The Joffrey Ballet is delivering a trio of works by stellar choreographers through Sunday at Chicago's Auditorium Theatre.
Compelling and entertaining works will be in the spotlight during The Joffrey Ballet's newest show.
The latest production from the Joffrey Ballet features an exquisite mix of lush choreography, rich costumes and dramatic performances.
Area youngsters will grace the stage and help spread holiday cheer during this year's traditional favorite "The Nutcracker," presented by The Joffrey Ballet.
The Joffrey Ballet continues its show "All Stars" through Oct. 24 at the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago. Provided photo. Photo not for sale through The Times
The Joffrey Ballet opened its fall season with a blend of humorous, romantic and graceful works on Wednesday.
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