Tea Ceremony

Part of Japanese culture in its present form since the sixteenth century, the tea ceremony is graceful and contemplative. The cups, bowls, spoons, and pots are often chosen to reflect the aesthetics of the host, provide pleasing shapes to hold, or surprise guests with unexpected patterns when the tea is gone.

Krannert Center Lobby

Ordinarily Krannert Center's glorious lobby is filled with people for the more than 300 performances held each year. This fall it will be home to classes for the Department of Dance, the Department of Theatre, and the School of Music while public events are suspended.


Choreographed by Renata Sheppard and John Toenjes for February Dance: Dancing 50: Moving Forward/Looking Back, 2019

Photo by Natalie Fiol


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