Choreography: Cathy Marston
Music: Philip Feeney
Marston's "quietly enthralling" (The Guardian) adaptation of Charlotte Bronte's classic novel combines theater and dance to tell the coming-of-age story of Jane Eyre, one of literature's most iconic characters.
After a difficult upbringing, Jane becomes the governess for the mysterious Mr. Rochester and discovers the struggles of society's expectations. With stirring choreography and a captivating Victorian design, this avant-garde ballet breaks the mold of the traditional ballet heroine. Chicago Premiere