October 12, 2019 @ 3:00PM — October 13, 2019 @ 7:30PM
Featuring brand new works "Butterfly" and "Brothers & Sisters."
Join Ballet 5:8 for our Southwest Suburbs premiere of Butterfly, also featuring Brothers & Sisters. Performances will be hosted in an intimate black-box theater setting at Ballet 5:8's studios in Orland Park, IL. Four performances available, seating reserved in advance:
Saturday, October 12, 3 - 4:30 PM
Saturday, October 12, 6 - 7:30 PM
Sunday, October 13, 3 - 4:30 PM
Sunday, October 13, 6 -7:30 PM
From the whispers of the past we hear a resound that cannot be silenced. Every human, male or female, beautiful or plain, desirable or marginalized, born of privilege or born of poverty, each one is precious and created with purpose. The remnants of art from the nearly forgotten children of Terezin beckon each of us to see the future with clear eyes that recognize and protect the deepest magic there is - the chaos and wonder that is the gift of life.
Brothers & Sisters
There is something innately beautiful about men and women. Contrast and subtlety. Difference and similarity. Overlap and distinction. The Creator must have moved with delight as he drew his children with contrasting and complementary strokes. Men and women. Brothers and sisters. A family both fully unique and yet strikingly similar.
Join the Conversation
Following each performance, audience members are invited to attend a TalkBack panel discussion. During this informal Q&A, you'll have the opportunity to talk with Ballet 5:8 Artistic Director Julianna Rubio Slager and Artists of the Company 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.
Learn more about the program at ballet58.org
Will you support this accessible, local performance with a donation?
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit Ballet 5:8 relies on donated support to engage communities in conversation of life and faith through innovative storytelling and breathtaking dance. Ticket sales only cover a fraction of the cost of creating and producing new ballets. It is the partnership of people like you that sustains our work. Thank you for partnering with us!