Chicago Human Rhythm Project presents

Stomping Grounds

Featuring CHRP Dancers, Ensemble Español, Muntu Dance, and Trinity Irish Dancers

Saturday, October 7 at 8 p.m.

Tickets: $28
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Part of GSU’s Family & Friends Weekend


Discounts are available for Active Members and Veterans of the Armed Services, First Responders, Students, Seniors 65+ and Groups of 10 or more. Call the box office at 708.235.2222 for more information on discounts.

Explore our common heritage as rhythmic beings. This multicultural dance celebration takes patrons on a journey of unity through movement featuring over 50 dancers from Muntu Dance Theatre, Trinity Irish Dance, Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater and Chicago Human Rhythm Project.

Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP)
CHRP was the first tap festival in the world to evolve into a year-round presenter of tap dance and continues to lead the field by presenting concerts, educational programs, year-round outreach and conferences for the field. CHRP goes beyond presenting concerts and festivals, acting as a true advocate for the art form. 

Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater
Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater in residence at Northeastern Illinois University, was founded by Dame Libby Komaiko in 1976 to share the rich traditions of the dance, music, literature, and culture of Spain. The company, under the direction of Irma Suarez Ruiz, encourages artistic creativity within the framework of the Ibero-Hispanic experience.

 Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago
In the Bantu language, "muntu" means "the essence of humanity." Founded in 1972, the Chicago-based company performs authentic and progressive interpretations of contemporary and ancient African and African-American dance, music, and folklore.

Trinity Irish Dance Company
The Trinity Irish Dance Company has significantly changed the direction and scope of Irish dance, re-introducing the art form as the phenomenon it is today. Founding Artistic Director Mark Howard's uniquely Irish-American company was the birthplace of progressive Irish dance, which opened new avenues of artistic freedom that led directly to commercial productions such as "Riverdance." 

 

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