Review: Joffrey Ballet’s fall opener ‘Beyond Borders’ has bold moves and an Arpino tribute
The theme “Beyond Borders,” harnessing a trio of works for the Joffrey Ballet’s season opener, is not about physical borders. Rather, the creative voices making up the fall program are thought to be boundary-breakers — “mavericks of dance,” as Joffrey’s moniker says.
“Beyond Borders” opened Wednesday with works choreographed by Liam Scarlett, Chanel DaSilva and Gerald Arpino. The program continues through Oct. 23 at the Lyric Opera House.