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Winifred Haun & Dancers Hosts Fall 2012 Benefit in Hyde Park, 11/2

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Winifred Haun & Dancers' Fall 2012 Benefit will take place in four days on Friday, November 2, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the home of Young-Kee Kim and Sydney Nagel, 4913 S. Kimbark, in Chicago's Hyde Park neighborhood. Street is parking available. Seating is limited.

Tickets: $99 general admission / $129 patron admissioin / $159 dance lover / $300 party of 4. Purchase tickets here. Only 13 seats left!

This very special event will support the creation of Ms. Haun's newest dance, which is based on how we move and feel in the different rooms in our houses. The evening will feature a preview of the new work, and other works, wine, an appetizer dinner and great conversation.

The evening will begin on the first floor with wine and appetizers. Then, we'll view two dances, one in the living room and one in the entranceway. Next, we will walk up to the second floor and see two more dances, a solo and a group section from the new work. Then, we'll walk up to the 3rd floor ballroom and see Bento and another section from the new work. The evening will end back on the 1st floor with dessert and a chance to talk about what you saw.

Winifred Haun & Dancers is supported, in part, by Black Canyon Cultural Arts Center, Community Bank of Oak Park & River Forest, Cheney Mansion, Pleasant Home, Legere Dance Center, Academy of Movement Music, Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, MetLife Foundation, Oak Park Area Arts Council, Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, Lou Conte Dance Studio at the Hubbard St. Dance Center, Ruth Page Center for the Arts, Voice of the City, a multi-arts organization and over 80 generous individuals.

You can find more info about Winifred Haun & Dancers on their website or Facebook.

Photo Credit: Matthew Gregory Hollis


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