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This Is Not A Dance Concert: Chicago Tribune Review

The Seldoms celebrate at Harris by reaching out often. By Sid Smith, Special to the Tribune. Marking their 10th anniversary, the Seldoms celebrated over the weekend by converting the Harris Theater into their own deconstructionist romper room. Part performance and part guided tour, “This Is Not a Dance Concert” also reversed roles, or at least […]

Dissecting the Big Time: The Seldoms Turn the Harris into a Playground

Recommended Dance; New City. By Sharon Hoyer. A stirring dance show can make a body want to dance right out of the theater, swinging around railings and leaping down stairs. The Seldoms get to do just that as lobbies, stairwells, backstage, balconies, the primo seats and—why not?—the stage too, as every corner of the Harris […]

Marchland: A Spare But Visually Stunning Piece

In the Seldoms’ new “Marchland,” boundaries and alliances are formed only to be broken. Isolation from others and collaboration are equally unproductive; there is no equilibrium or security. No one is safe…

Marchland: Chicago Creatives Go Deep Into Each Other’s Territory

A long-gestating collaboration among seven artists from different disciplines, The Seldoms’s Marchland is a fairly huge piece even coming from a company known for producing large-scale work…

Marchland: Carrie Hanson And The Seldoms Is By No Means Routine

Carrie Hanson and her troupe, the Seldoms, have never particularly sought institutional imprimatur. They trend toward the offbeat: Swimming pools and dank, cavernous South Side warehouses rank high on their list of past venues…