Stomping Grounds - National Museum of Mexican Art @ National Museum of Mexican Art, Chicago [28 April]

Stomping Grounds - National Museum of Mexican Art


5640
28
April
19:30 - 21:00

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National Museum of Mexican Art
1852 West 19th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60608
STOMPING GROUNDS is a free and affordable two-month citywide celebration of authentic, rhythmic dance companies from a variety of world cultures, including American tap, Spanish, Mexican, African, Indian, Native American, Urban Hip Hop, and Irish dance. The series culminates with the grand finale at the Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park on Thursday, June 7.

The series visits Pilsen on Saturday, April 28th at the National Museum of Mexican Art. This event will feature the Mexican Folk Dance Company of Chicago alongside Natya Dance Theatre and Trinity Irish Dance Company. Our events offer a mix of free and affordable seats for the entire family. Reservations for free seats will be honored on a first come, first serve basis starting 30 minutes prior to each event's starting time. The $5 seats are held until each event starts. Unclaimed reservations are released to people on the waiting list.

Each STOMPING GROUNDS event, known as a «Performalogue,» features the performers and Artistic Directors of selected companies in a narrated performance and Q&A with the audience. And each event features a different lineup! For a list of locations and lineups, please see below.

The featured Chicago companies are:
— Black Hawk Performance Company
— Chicago Human Rhythm Project's «Stone Soup Rhythms»
— Chicago Dance Crash
— Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater
— Mexican Folk Dance Company of Chicago
— Muntu Dance Theatre of Chicago
— Natya Dance Theatre
— Trinity Irish Dance Company
— Trinity Irish Dance Ensemble

NOTE:

Free Tickets: Reservations for free seats will be honored on a first come, first served basis starting 30 minutes prior to each event’s starting time. At 10 minutes before showtime, all unclaimed free reservations will be released to people on the waiting list.

$5 Supporter Tickets: $5 Supporter seats will be held until showtime. Supporter seats will not be guaranteed after the show has begun.

Seating capacity is limited and guests and patrons will be seated in the order in which they arrive. The box office will open one hour before showtime; the auditorium will open for general admission seating approximately 30 minutes before showtime.

— Locations and Lineups for STOMPING GROUNDS events:

Monday, April 2 — 6:00 PM
Chicago Cultural Center (Kick-Off!) — SOLD OUT!
WAIT LIST AVAILABLE
featuring all Chicago companies

Saturday, April 14 — 7:30 PM — FREE TICKETS SOLD OUT!
$5 SUPPORTER TICKETS AVAILABLE
Beverly Arts Center
featuring Chicago Human Rhythm Project's «Stone Soup Rhythms» and more

Saturday, April 21 — 7:30 PM
Irish American Heritage Center
featuring Trinity Irish Dance Company and more

Saturday, April 28 — 7:30 PM — FREE TICKETS SOLD OUT!
$5 SUPPORTER TICKETS SOLD OUT
National Museum of Mexican Art
featuring Mexican Folk Dance Company of Chicago and more

Saturday, May 5 — 7:30 PM
DuSable Museum of African American History
featuring Muntu Dance Theatre and more

Wednesday, May 23 — 6:00 PM
Garfield Park Conservatory
featuring Ensemble Español Spanish Dance Theater, Chicago Dance Crash, and more

Thursday, June 7 — 6:30 PM (Time Subject to Change)
Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park (Grand Finale!)
featuring all Chicago companies

For a complete list of Eventbrite registration links, please click here: eventbrite.com/o/chicago-human-rhythm-project-8080459023.

To support world-class, free and affordable cultural programs throughout Chicago throughout the year, please visit chicagotap.org/support/donate-now/.

— STOMPING GROUNDS is Supported By:
— The Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events (DCASE) of the City of Chicago
— Engaging Dance Audiences
— Chicago Free For All Fund
— Doris Duke Foundation
— Dance USA

STOMPING GROUNDS Partner Venues:
— Beverly Arts Center
— Chicago Cultural Center
— DuSable Museum of African American History
— Garfield Park Conservatory
— Irish American Heritage Center
— National Museum of Mexican Art
— Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
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