Photo Flash: First Look at Chicago Dance Crash's EVIL & GOOD
Chicago Dance Crash (CDC) and Artistic Director Jessica Deahr are proud to announce the world premiere of Evil & Good, fit for all ages, playing at The Vittum Theatre, 1012 N. Noble St., now through July 16. Opening Night is tonight, July 8 at 8 p.m. Evil & Good is choreographed and directed by Deahr with additional choreography by CDC Senior Company Kaitlin Webster and Culture Shock Chicago Artistic Director Christopher Courtney. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the company onstage below!Inspired by a growing demand for Chicago Dance Crash's street dance aesthetic, Evil & Good utilizes the company's signature blend of concert dance and hip-hop, offering a boiled down alternative to its summer annual movement play: sheer, pulse-raising dance. Throwing CDC's movement capacity into overdrive, Deahr, Webster and Courtney team up to choreograph this explosive full-length conceptual piece featuring a hip-hop blend and is inspired by the world's constant struggle between its angels and demons. The cast for Evil & Good includes: The Chicago Dance Crash 2016 Performance Ensemble of Kaitlin Webster, David Ingram, KC Bevis, Brian Humpherys, Zak McMahon, Kelsey Reiter, and Porscha Spells.
The artistic team for Evil & Good includes: Jessica Deahr (director & co-choreographer), Christopher Courtney (co-choreographer), Kaitlin Webster (co-choreographer) with Lighting Design by Erik Barry and original sound design by Johnny Nevin.
Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., with a matinee performance Sunday, July 10 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $25 and may be purchased by calling 773.342.4141 or visiting www.chicagodancecrash.com.
Photo Credit: Ashley Deran
(front to back) Kelsey Reiter, Porscha Spells, KC Bevis, and Kaitlin Webster
Zak McMahon, Kaitlin Webster, Brian Humpherys, and Porscha Spells
David Ingram and Kaitlin Webster (back Brian Humpherys)
Brian Humpherys, David Ingram, Kelsey Reiter, Kaitlin Webster, Zak McMahon, Porsche Spells