'The Sweet Goddess Project'

As with most things house music-related, "The Sweet Goddess Project," a look at the female experience in house music culture, will be filled with high-voltage dance, but also with spoken word and storytelling, accompanied by house music DJ Jo de Presser. Artistic director Meida McNeal's multimedia piece will also look at house music's beginnings when young, urban communities of various races and sexual preferences found a common bond in losing one's self on the dance floor.
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Why go: This is a rare opportunity to see house music as an art form.
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Reconsider: If you can't jack your body, why bother?
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Details: 8 p.m.. Friday and Saturday at Marjorie Ward Marshall Dance Center, Northwestern University, 10 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston; $15, $12 for seniors, brownpapertickets.com

As with most things house music-related, "The Sweet Goddess Project," a look at the female experience in house music culture, will be filled with high-voltage dance, but also with spoken word and storytelling, accompanied by house music DJ Jo de Presser. Artistic director Meida McNeal's multimedia piece will also look at house music's beginnings when young, urban communities of various races and sexual preferences found a common bond in losing one's self on the dance floor.

Why go: This is a rare opportunity to see house music as an art form.

Reconsider: If you can't jack your body, why bother?

Details: 8 p.m.. Friday and Saturday at Marjorie Ward Marshall Dance Center, Northwestern University, 10 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston; $15, $12 for seniors, brownpapertickets.com

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