A quartet of dances, including a pair of world premieres, will light up the Harris Theater as Thodos Dance Chicago presents its Winter Concert 2014. Leading the way is a cross-disciplinary, world-premiere dance that explores the fascinating worlds of dance, architecture and physics. A Light in the Dark
is a one-act story ballet about Keller and Sullivan that's the product of the award-winning collaboration between TDC founder Melissa Thodos and Ann Reinking. The company will also be performing Tsuru
, a world premiere by Hubbard Street Chicago's Lucas Crandall, and Panem Nostrum Quoditianum
(Latin for "our daily bread") by Ahmad Simmons of River North Dance Chicago. The latter is a spiritual, lyrical piece that premiered at TDC's New Dances 2013 and earned rave reviews from the Chicago Tribune
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