An Inspiring Evening of Faith-Based Dance Works From Ballet 5:8
The Ballet 5:8 dance company presents this full evening program of religious-themed favorites at Beverly Arts Center. Choreographed by Ballet 5:8 Artistic Director Julianna Slager, The Story of Job: When Bad Things Happen to Good People
is a relatable modern-day retelling of the challenging Biblical tale, set with neoclassical movement to the largely minimalistic music of 21st-century composers. Proverbs
is an elegant ballet set to a short compilation of classically-arranged traditional hymns, choreographed to uplift through an exploration of beauty and a celebration of God's faithfulness. Finally, Indwelling
explores the struggle within each Christian's soul between the sinful nature of the "old man" and the spirit-filled nature of the "new man."
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I loved it! The ballet was able to portray the story of Job with such intensity and passion. It motivated to read the story of Job once again. We were able to have dinner at Leona's and right next door was the Beverly Arts Center. Very convenient to make it a "night out" The seats were in back since we went with goldstart, but most seats were good since it's a small auditorium. Glad I went and looking forward to getting on their mailing list. Thanks!
About the Ticket Supplier: Ballet 5:8
Ballet 5:8 is a Christian professional performing company based in Frankfort, Illinois and is dedicated to serving the people of Chicago proper and surrounding areas through dance performance that is engaging, excellent, creative, and most significantly, purposeful. Some performances are designed to provoke discussion among the audience members, while others are dedicated to encouraging specifically Christian audiences.