Burn the Floor is a great show
for all those who consider themselves dance aficionados. The production focuses on International Ballroom style, which is
equally split into five Latin American dances and five ballroom dances. The dancers have spent their entire lives training
to compete against other contestants and all who see the show will get a special insight into the dedication and passion that
goes into dancing.
Head to the theater in Chicago, Illinois,
where you can get a front row seat to the dance competition, Burn the Floor. Audiences can see a variety of dances performed
onstage including The Waltz, the Foxtrot, The Tango, The Samba the Cha Cha and the Paso Doble, among several others. Ballroom
dance has been popular since the early part of the 20th century and continues to attract crowds to theaters around the globe.
The Bank of
America Theater first opened in 1906 and was called the Majestic Theatre. It was a popular venue on the vaudeville circuit
and in later years featured such productions as South Pacific, Guys and Dolls and Monty Python's Spamalot. Now is your opportunity
to check out the hot dance production Burn the Floor!