Spring Series: RE/CONNECT

March 2 - 13, 2022
at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

Tickets go on sale January 2022


Muscle & Mortality in RE/TURN

Describing Fall Series: RE/TURN as "full, lush, and dazzling," Irene Hsiao of the Chicago Reader declares, "[Aszure] Barton's BUSK has surely never been more brilliantly manifested than this moment."

A Remarkable ‘RE/TURN’

"The company is clearly flourishing," writes Hedy Weiss of WTTW Chicago, unilaterally praising Hubbard Street's RE/TURN. Weiss calls Nacho Duato's Jardí Tancat  "wonderfully organic and mystical," The Seen by Jermaine Maurice Spivey "provocative" and "intriguing," and Aszure Barton's BUSK "nothing short of phenomenal."

Variety and Versatility

"RE/TURN has something for all dance audiences, both new and old. The versatility of the program lends itself as an introduction to new audiences, and a re-introduction to dance fans, of everything that both contemporary dance and Hubbard Street can be." —Hayley Ross for Picture this Post



Featuring BUSK by Aszure Barton

Watch Hubbard Street in rehearsal as choreographer Aszure Barton, Rehearsal Director Jonathan Alsberry, and the company dancers share insights on why you don’t want to miss this extraordinary ensemble performance this fall.

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