Chicago, IL, September 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Core Project Chicago's (CPC) 5th Annual Bonesbare showcase, State-of-the-Arts, features the media and performance works of Artistic Director Erin Rehberg, Executive Director Megan Beseth; frequent collaborator Kim Neal Nofsinger's Shelter Repertory Dance Theatre; Chicago choreographer Hope Goldman and other guest artists. The concert introduces four world premiere works as well as a larger community work in conjunction with Oswego East High School. Performances will take place Friday, October 7 and Saturday, October 8 at 8pm at Ruth Page Center for the Arts at 1016 N. Dearborn St. in Chicago.
In an effort to bring understanding of process and performance to its audiences, CPC, through its Bonesbare concerts, creates an environment of facilitated thought and discussion with pre- and post-performance dialogues with the performers and choreographers. The heart of CPC’s mission since its inception has been collaboration. Now entering its 5th season, the artists are excited to continue expanding their community of collaborators who never cease to inspire. The collective began with dancers, musicians and performance artists and is now complemented by sound, video, children's performance and visual artists. It is through these connections and collaborations that CPC continue to push the boundaries of storytelling in Chicago and beyond.
Tickets are available through Core Project Chicago’s website at www.coreprojectchicago.org in advance or the night of the performance at the door. Online pre-sale, dance professional and student tickets are $18. General admission tickets at the door are $20.