The Auditorium Theatre Celebrates its 125th Anniversary

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Celebrating their milestone 125th Anniversary, Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University kicks off the 2014  15 season with the return of American Ballet Theatre (ABT) on October 3  5, 2014. Led by Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie, the acclaimed company brings an “All-American Celebration” including “Bach Partita” and “Sinatra Suite” by Twyla Tharp“SomeAssembly Required” by Clark Tippet and “Fancy Free” by Jerome Robbins.  
Last seen at the Auditorium in 2012 with their highly acclaimed production of “Giselle,” the “Chicago Tribune” raved,“…any engagement by ABT is a welcome chance to see some of the finest practitioners of balletworking in the U.S.” 
American Ballet Theatre Artistic Director Kevin McKenzie shares, “We think that our‘AllAmerican Celebration,’ is the perfect way to commemorate the extraordinary history that this historic landmark has embodied over the past 125 years and speaks to the true American spirit ofdance and entertainment.”
Performance ScheduleCasting and Ticket Information
Friday, October 3 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m.
“Bach Partita”
Misty Copeland, Gillian Murphy, Stella Abrera, James Whiteside, Marcelo Gomes,Calvin Royal III“Some Assembly Required”Sarah Lane, Sterling Baca“Sinatra Suite”Misty Copeland, Marcelo Gomes“Fancy Free”Daniil Simkin, Cory Stearns, James Whiteside, Luciana Paris, Isabella Boylston
Saturday, October 4 at 2 p.m. and Sunday, October 5 at 2 p.m.
Bach Partita   April Giangeruso, Devon Teuscher, Isabella Boylston, Eric Tamm, Thomas Forster,   Craig SalsteinSome Assembly Required   Nicole Graniero, Grant DeLong
Sinatra Suite
American Ballet Theatre Kicks Off The Auditorium Theatre’s 125th
 Anniversary Season Oct. 3  5, 2014
   Luciana Paris, James Whiteside Fancy Free Craig Salstein, Eric Tamm, Marcelo Gomes, Stella Abrera, Gillian Murph
Tickets ($34  $129) are on sale now and available online, by calling (800) 982-ARTS (2787) or at the Auditorium Theatre Box Office(50 E Congress Pkwy). 
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