The innovative dance piece Jolere is an intimate, powerful examination of female identity in modern society. Inspired by the ghostly paintings and sculptures of René Romero Schuler, it uses big, thrilling movements to dig deep emotional truths in a series of five vignettes performed by five dancers and five musicians. Two years in the making, Jolere is a collaboration between award-winning composer and College of DuPage music professor Lee Kesselman and the acclaimed Minneapolis dance company Alternative Motion Project. The performance also features the vocal talents of soprano Lindsay Kesselman. Don't miss Jolere as it stops in Chicago at McAninch Arts Center.