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The weather was rainy. I wore shirt and tan jeans and sport jacket as it was cool outside..
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toughest area in city to park. Could not get into Millenium lot due to Blues Fest, so wound up in Grant Park garage. Coupon from Park Grill made $33 parking only $18. No street parking and avoid Friday nights unless you take public transportation. And now with summer, there is a fest a week in Grant Park and this really affects parking.
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7 reviews
7 stars
attended Nov 22 2008

A fabulous dance troupe- innovative, creative
extremely talented dancers
Harris Theater was very well organized

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4 reviews
1 stars
attended Nov 22 2008

Loved it !! It should be more shows like this one!! Thank you Goldstar for an inexpensive way to have this experience!

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Nov 22 2008

Mixed emotions. Dancers were very professional, las part was great, second was interesting, but firsts parts music for me was annoying.

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Website

http://www.harristheaterchicago.org/calendar/performance?id=1289&mos=7

Description

One of America’s most acclaimed choreographers and Chicago native Lar Lubovitch returns home with his company’s 40th Anniversary Tour. The Harris Theater will present Men’s Stories, Lubovitch’s powerful exploration of masculinity, biography and character, selected as a winner of a 2008 touring award by the National Dance Project. Lubovitch has described the work as “a dance that opens up, like a book, to reveal the story of the men inside the dance.” Rounding out the program is Little Rhapsodies, a virtuoso dance for three male soloists set to Schumann’s Symphonic Etudes and Dvorak Serenade, a 2007 work praised by the Financial Times at its world premiere as “…one of Lubovitch’s big, sweeping ensemble works, the sort he does best.”

The Presenting Sponsor for this engagement is Ms. Pam Crutchfield. Celebrating 40 years of the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.

The Lead Foundation Sponsor for this engagement is the New England Foundation for the Arts.