Meet The Dancers

Hubbard Street’s dancers comprise two of the country’s most celebrated contemporary dance companies, which present new works and masterpieces by living artists drawing from a vast array of forms, techniques and traditions. Under the artistic leadership of Glenn Edgerton since 2009, the main company is comprised of 18 dancers of unparalleled virtuosity and versatility. Hubbard Street 2, directed by Terence Marling, cultivates early-career artists, identifies ascendant choreographers through the International Commissioning Project, and performs domestically and abroad in service of arts education, collaboration, experimentation and audience development.

The Artists of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago


    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Garrett began his training in Walnut Creek, California under the direction of Richard Cammack and Zola Dishong at the Contra Costa Ballet Centre. He went on to study at San Francisco Ballet school and then in Pacific Northwest Ballet’s professional division. In 2001, Garrett joined San Francisco Ballet as a member of the corps de ballet and in 2005 was promoted to soloist. In 2008 he joined the Royal Ballet of Flanders in Antwerp, Belgium, as a first soloist under the direction of Kathryn Bennets. There he toured extensively throughout Europe and the world. In January of 2011, he returned to the United States to dance with Trey McIntyre Project. Garrett was the recipient of the American Ballet Theatre national dance scholarship and holds a B.A. in dance from St. Mary’s College of California. Garrett joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in August 2011.


  • JESSE BECHARD , Bolton , MA

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jesse began his formal ballet training at 16 and graduated from Walnut Hill School for the Arts. He attended summer programs at Boston Ballet, Alonzo King's Lines Ballet and Ballet Austin. In 2000, having completed his freshman year at the University of Chicago, he returned to dance. After a year with Ballet Austin he joined Richmond Ballet where he danced for eight years, performing works by John Butler, Jessica Lang, Val Caniparoli, William Soleau, Mauricio Wainrot and Colin Conner. Jesse joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in August 2010.



    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jacqueline received her classical ballet training in Pocatello, Idaho from Romanian Ballet Master Marius Zirra, with additional summer training at Ballet Idaho, Brindusa-Moore Ballet Academy, Universal (Kirov) Ballet Academy, the Juilliard School and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. She received a B.F.A. in Dance Performance from The Ailey School/Fordham University joint program in New York City in May, 2009, graduating magna cum laude and with departmental honors. Jacqueline joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as a Center Apprentice in January, 2008, while concurrently completing her B.F.A. degree, and became a member of the main company in August 2009.  Jacqueline is also a 2011-12 Princess Grace Honorarium recipient.


  • ALEJANDRO CERRUDO , Madrid , Spain

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Born in Madrid, Spain and trained at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza de Madrid. His professional career began in 1998 and includes work with Victor Ullate Ballet, Stuttgart Ballet and Nederlands Dans Theater 2. Cerrudo joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in 2005, was named Choreographic Fellow in 2008, and became the company’s first Resident Choreographer in 2009. Thirteen works choreographed to date for Hubbard Street include collaborations with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Nederlands Dans Theater. These pieces and additional commissions are in repertory at companies around the U.S. as well as in Australia, Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands; touring engagements have brought his work still further abroad, to audiences in Algeria, Canada, Morocco and Spain. In March 2012, Pacific Northwest Ballet invited Cerrudo to choreograph his first work for the company, Memory Glow, upon receiving the Joyce Theater Foundation’s second Rudolf Nureyev Prize for New Dance. Additional honors include an award from the Boomerang Fund for Artists (2011), and a Prince Prize for Commissioning Original Work from the Prince Charitable Trusts (2012) for his acclaimed, first evening-length work, One Thousand Pieces. Cerrudo is one of four choreographers invited by New York City Ballet principal Wendy Whelan to create and perform original duets for “Restless Creature,” and he was recently announced the 2014 USA Donnelley Fellow by United States Artists.


  • ALICIA DELGADILLO , Charlotte , NC

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Alicia began her classical training at the Susan Hayward School of Dance in San Francisco, California. She continued her studies in North Carolina with Gay Porter and Bridget Porter Young at the Charlotte School of Ballet. In 2004, Delgadillo began studying full time with Daniel and Rebecca Wiley at Piedmont School of Music and Dance. She has attended summer programs with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, American Ballet Theatre, the Juilliard School, San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, and Springboard Danse Montréal. A graduate of the Ailey/Fordham BFA Program, Delgadillo has performed works by Sidra Bell, Jennifer Muller and Camille A. Brown, among others. She joined Hubbard Street 2 in August 2011 and was promoted to the main company in April 2014.



    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Kellie Epperheimer began her dance training in 1988 at the Academy of Dance and Civic Ballet of San Luis Obispo. She joined Hubbard Street 2 in January 2005 and was promoted to the main company in January 2007.


  • JONATHAN FREDRICKSON , Corpus Christi , TX

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jonathan studied ballet at the Munro Ballet Studios, home to Corpus Christi Ballet, under teachers Cristina Munro and Kay Boone. He received his BFA for Dance Performance and Choreography from California Institute of the Arts in 2006. Immediately thereafter, he joined the Limon Dance Company where he had the opportunity to perform principle roles. While dancing with Limon, he created two new works on the company. He is a former winner of Hubbard Street's National Choreographic Competition and was named one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch" in 2011 for his choreography. Jonathan joined Hubbard Street in February 2011.


  • MICHAEL GROSS , Poughquag , NY

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Michael earned a BFA in Dance from the University of Arizona and received much of his early training from Colorado Jazz Dance Company in Colorado Springs, CO, followed by further studies at the American Academy of Ballet and Springboard Danse Montréal. Formerly a member of River North Dance Chicago and Visceral Dance Chicago, Gross has also performed with Elements Contemporary Ballet and in the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s holiday production, Welcome Yule! Gross joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in August 2014 and thanks his friends and family for their love and support.


  • JASON HORTIN , Olympia , WA

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jason graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with a B.F.A. in dance under the direction of Louis Kavouras and has danced with Moving People Dance Theatre, the Erick Hawkins Dance Company and River North Chicago Dance Company. Jason joined HSDC as an Apprentice in August 2007 and was promoted into the main company in July 2008.


  • ALICE KLOCK , Whidbey Island , WA

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Alice began dancing at the age of 11. In 2003, she attended Interlochen Arts Academy, where she achieved artistic and academic high honors upon graduation. In 2007, Alice moved to California to study with Alonzo King in the Lines/Dominican BFA program. She has attended summer programs at the San Francisco Ballet, The National Ballet School of Canada, Miami City Ballet, Alonzo King’s LINES Ballet, San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, Springboard Danse Montreal, and Hubbard Street. She has worked professionally on a number of projects with SF choreographer Gregory Dawson, and had the honor of performing with Alonzo King LINES Ballet in their 2008 home fall season. She joined Hubbard Street 2 in September 2009 and became a main company member in September 2011.


  • EMILIE LERICHE , Santa Fe , NM

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Emilie began her dance training at the age of eight. In 2007 she began her formal dance training at Walnut Hill School for the Arts, with additional summer study at Joffrey Midwest, Complexions Contemporary Ballet and the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance. Leriche has performed alongside the dancers of zoe | juniper, and at the WestWave Dance Festival as a member of Maurya Kerr’s tinypistol. Leriche joined Hubbard Street 2 in 2011 and was promoted to the main company in 2013.


  • ANA LOPEZ , A Coruña , Spain

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Ana began her formal training at Conservatorio de Danza Diputacion de A Coruña. Upon graduating Isaac Diaz Pardo high school, she continued her training at Centro Internacional de Danza Carmen Roche. Ana danced with Joven Ballet Carmen Roche, Compañía Nacional de Danza 2 and Ballet Theater Munich before joining Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in January 2008.


  • JOHNNY MCMILLAN , Sault Ste. Marie , Ontario

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Johnny began his training in Sault Ste. Marie, ON at age 12. He graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy receiving the young artists’ award in dance. He has attended summer programs at the San Francisco Conservatory, Bartholin International Ballet Seminar and Hubbard Street. He has worked with Gleich Dances under the direction of Julia Gleich and was awarded 1st place at the 2010 American Ballet Competition in both the classical and contemporary divisions. He has performed roles in ballets such as Arthur Saint-Léon’s Coppelia, August Bournonville's La Sylphide and Frederick Ashton's Les Patineurs; as well as works by Randy Duncan, Patrick Corbin, Kim Robards and Hannah Baumgarten. McMillan joined Hubbard Street 2 as an apprentice in September 2010, became a company member in August 2011, and then joined the main company in May 2012.


  • ANDREW MURDOCK , St. Albert , AB

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Andrew is a graduate of the Juilliard School, from which he received a BFA in Dance under the direction of Lawrence Rhodes. Prior to being a regular collaborator with Aszure Barton & Artists, Murdock performed with Gallim Dance and [bjm_danse], formerly Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal. Additional collaborators and colleagues include Cherice Barton, Joshua Beamish, Andy Blankenbuehler, Nina Chung, Joe Lanteri, Austin McCormick, Michelle Mola, Abdel Salaam and Edgar Zendejas. He has appeared at the Greenwich Music Festival, with Zack Winokur, and with Geneviève Dorion-Coupal at Just for Laughs and Le 400e Anniversaire de la Ville de Québec. As a rehearsal assistant to Aszure Barton, he has worked with American Ballet Theatre, Canada’s National Ballet School and Ballet BC, New York University, the Steps Ensemble, Arts Umbrella and Springboard Danse Montréal. Murdock joined Hubbard Street’s main company in 2013.


  • JANE REHM , Perrysburg , OH

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jane trained at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School and San Francisco Ballet School. Rehm danced with Ballet Memphis from 2001–10, then joined Smuin Ballet, where she was featured in works by choreographers including Julia Adam, Trey McIntyre, Mark Godden, Amy Seiwert, Adam Hougland and Helen Pickett. Rehm has also choreographed for Smuin Ballet and Ballet Memphis, and has appeared as a guest artist with Robert Dekkers’ Post:Ballet. Rehm is currently working toward her Bachelor of Arts degree in the LEAP program at St. Mary’s College, and joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in September 2014.


  • DAVID SCHULTZ , Grand Rapids , MI

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    David began his training in Grand Rapids, MI with the School of Grand Rapids Ballet. Before joining the company for four seasons, David studied with the National Ballet of Canada. He has performed works by Gordon Pierce Schmidt, Peter Sparling and Septime Webre, as well as Prodigal Son by Balanchine.  David has studied the techniques and works of Paul Taylor, George Balanchine, Lester Horton, Martha Graham and Nacho Duato.  He joined HS2 in September 2009 and became a main company member in 2011.


  • KEVIN SHANNON , Baltimore , MD

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Kevin began his formal dancing under the guidance of Lester Holmes. He graduated from the Baltimore School for the Arts, receiving additional summer training at the School of American Ballet, Miami City Ballet, Paul Taylor and David Parsons. He received his B.F.A. in 2007 from the Juilliard School, where he performed works by Susan Marshall, Mark Morris, William Forsythe and Jirí Kylián. He has toured nationally with the Juilliard School Ensemble and performed in the nationally-broadcast special “Live From Lincoln Center, The Juilliard School: Celebrating 100 Years.” He is a co-founder of BØRDERLINE DANCE CIRCLE—a troupe under the choreographic direction of Michelle Mola—for which he danced professionally and developed concepts since 2005. Kevin joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in November 2007.


  • JESSICA TONG , Binghamton , NY

    Hubbard Street Dancer

    Jessica received her formal training at The Ballet School in Salt Lake City, Utah under Jan Clark Fugit, as well as at the University of Utah where she danced as a member of Utah Ballet. She also attended the summer programs of American Ballet Theatre, San Francisco Ballet, and Lou Conte Dance Studio, among others. Jessica danced with BalletMet in Columbus, Ohio, Eliot Feld’s Ballet Tech in NYC, and Hubbard Street 2 before joining the main company in January 2007. Jessica was named one of Dance Magazine’s 25 to Watch in 2009.


The Artists of HS2

  • ZACHARY ENQUIST , Plymouth , MN

    HS2 Dancer

    Zachary began training at Summit School of Dance in Plymouth, MN. He holds a BFA in Dance from SUNY–Purchase College in New York, where he performed works by choreographers Doug Varone, Lar Lubovitch, Stephen Petronio, Bill T. Jones and Merce Cunningham. Other training includes summer studies at the Juilliard School, Movement Invention Project and Springboard Danse Montréal, where he performed repertory by William Forsythe, Stijn Celis and Robyn Mineko Williams. Enquist spent a semester abroad at Codarts in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and was an apprentice at Mark Morris Dance Group. Enquist joined Hubbard Street 2 as a full company member in August 2014.


  • ELLIOT HAMMANS , Santa Fe , NM

    HS2 Dancer

    Elliot began his formal dance training in 2008 with Robert Sher-Machherndl, former principal dancer with Het Nationale Ballet (the Dutch National Ballet), and continued his ballet and modern dance education with Moving People Dance in Santa Fe, NM. Hammans joined Moving People Dance Company as an apprentice in 2010, trained on full scholarship at the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center in San Francisco, and attended Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s 2011 and 2012 Summer Intensives. Following one season with Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance and studies abroad at Austria’s Tanzzentrum SEAD (Salzburg Experimental Academy of Dance), Hammans earned his BFA in Dance in 2014 from Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. Choreographers whose work he has performed include Sean Curran, Gail Gilbert, Crystal Pite, Kendra Portier and Nathan Trice. Hammans joined Hubbard Street 2 as a full company member in August 2014.


  • JULES JOSEPH , Brockton , MA

    HS2 Dancer

    Jules started his dance training at the Gold School in Brockton, Massachusetts under the direction of Rennie Gold. With the Gold School he had the opportunity to perform at the Joyce Theater in New York City as part of a dance-focused anti-bullying program. After training in the Alvin Ailey School’s Certificate Program, Joseph joined Hubbard Street 2 as an apprentice in September 2012 and was promoted in August 2013.


  • KATIE KOZUL , Medford , MA

    HS2 Dancer

    Katie began her dance training at the Gold School in Brockton, Massachusetts under the direction of Rennie Gold and her mother, Kathy Kozul. She attended the Walnut Hill School for the Performing Arts, where she had the honor of performing George Balanchine’s Serenade. She completed two years at the Ailey/Fordham BFA program, placing on the Dean’s List both years. At Fordham, she had the opportunity to perform works by Francesca Harper, Jennifer Archibald, Alenka Cizmesija, and Malcolm Lowe. Most recently she had the pleasure of performing in the annual “Ailey at the Apollo” event. Kozul joined Hubbard Street 2 as an apprentice in September 2012 and was promoted in August 2013.


  • NATALIE LEIBERT , Moorpark , CA

    HS2 Dancer

    Natalie began training at various dance schools in the Los Angeles area including company work with Westside Dance Project in Redondo Beach, and Pacific Festival Ballet in Agoura Hills. She continued training at the Miami City Ballet School and, most recently, completed a year in Alonzo King LINES Ballet’s Training Program. Leibert has attended workshops and programs at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, the Joffrey Ballet School, the School of American Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Juilliard School, in addition to Nederlands Dans Theater and Batsheva Dance Company. She has performed works by choreographers including Iratxe Ansa, Sandrine Cassini, Jessie Hartley, Will Johnston, Menghan Lou and Carmen Rozestraten. Leibert joined the company as an HS2 Apprentice in August 2014.



    HS2 Dancer

    Adrienne began her dance training in London, Ontario under the tutelage of Jennifer Swan, and continued her studies at Ryerson University, where she received a BFA with honors upon her graduation in spring 2013. While in Toronto, Lipson performed with Typecast Dance Company and was a founding member of Rock Bottom Movement. Lipson attended the Proarte Danza Summer Intensive and Kenny Pearl’s Emerging Artists Summer Intensive, in addition to training programs at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, LADMMI (Montréal’s L’École de Danse Contemporaine), the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and Springboard Danse Montréal, where she performed works by choreographers Aszure Barton, Barak Marshall and Robyn Mineko Williams. Lipson joined Hubbard Street 2 as an apprentice in August 2013 and was promoted to full company member in August 2014.



    HS2 Dancer

    Katlin began dancing in 2010 at various studios in Louisiana including NOCCA (the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts) and A Touch of Class Performing Arts. After attending Alonzo King LINES Ballet’s Summer Program in San Francisco in 2012, he accepted a full scholarship to join the Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program, from which he graduated in May 2014. Bourgeois has performed in works by numerous choreographers including Andrew Brader, Sandrine Cassini, Lee-Wei Chao, Kara Davis, Gregory Dawson, Maurya Kerr, Nikoloz Makhateli and Uri Sands. He joined the company as an HS2 Apprentice in August 2014.​​


  • MEGAN MYERS , West Chester , OH

    HS2 Dancer

    Megan began her formal training in dance at age 13, with Z Company in Monroe, OH under the direction of Zandra Thomas, Aly Moss, and Justin Daniel. She then continued her studies at Cincinnati’s de la Dance Company with Meridith Benson, Mario Nuez and Amy Harold. Myers worked in Chicago with teachers Brian McGinnis, Cheryl Mann and Laura Wade, and has attended summer training programs at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Complexions Contemporary Ballet and the Juilliard School. She joined the company as an HS2 Apprentice in August 2014.


  • ANDREA THOMPSON , Maplewood , NJ

    HS2 Dancer

    Andrea trained at the New Jersey School of Ballet, American Ballet Theatre’s Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School and the Ailey School. Thompson has also studied at the Juilliard School, Northwest Professional Dance Project, Springboard Danse Montréal, Nederlands Dans Theater and Batsheva Dance Company, bringing opportunities to perform choreography by Gregory Dolbashian, William Forsythe, Natalia Horecna, Jessica Lang, Marina Mascarell, Idan Sharabi, Robyn Mineko Williams, Paul Lightfoot and Sol León. At the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, under the direction of Summer Lee Rhatigan, she trained with and performed works by Christian Burns, Alex Ketley, Thomas McManus, Robert Moses, Ohad Naharin, Alessio Silvestrin and Bobbi Jene Smith. Thompson joined Hubbard Street 2 in August 2013, following work in San Francisco and New York City with Zhukov Dance Theatre, Chang Yong Sung, LoudHoundMovement, Backwoods Dance Project and the Foundry.