Chicago Human Rhythm Project: Global Rhythms
Nov 18–20, 2005, 12 am–11:59 pm
November 18, 8 pm; November 19, 8:30 pm; and November 20, 3 pm.
Celebrating fifteen years of traditional and new rhythm dance, the Chicago Human Rhythm Project (CHRP), in association with the MCA, presents the return of Brazil’s Vatá Tap, who performs a new work demonstrating the artful fusion-renaissance in Latin rhythmic dance, and Los Angeles’ Jason Samuels Smith of ACGI (Anybody Can Get It), the first tap choreographer to earn an Emmy Award for choreography in more than fifty years.
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The Sara Lee Foundation is the Lead Title Sponsor of Global Rhythms. CHRP is supported by Prince Charitable Trusts, The MacArthur Foundation for the Arts and Culture at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, and The Chicago Community Trust.