SEASON 44 FALL SERIES

INSIDE THE STUDIO

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.

HSDC IN THE NEWS

Chicago Dance Fall Preview

Live dance is BACK in Chicago! Our Fall Series program, RE/TURN, is just one of many incredible opportunities to enjoy live dance in Chicago this fall. Check out the Chicago Sun-Times Fall Dance Preview for more information about who else is returning to the stage in 2021.

Glass ceiling, meet Linda-Denise

Featured in the Washington Post article "Black women are finally shattering the glass ceiling in dance," hear about how Hubbard Street Artistic Director Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell is one of several recently-appointed Black women leaders pushing organizations and the dance field at-large toward a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive future.

4 New Dancers Join the Company

Under the artistic leadership of Linda-Denise Fisher-Harrell, we are thrilled to welcome Alexandria Best, Michele Dooley, Michael Garcia and Simone Stevens to the HSDC main company. Hailing from all over the United States, these four new company members bring with them a wealth of technique, talent and creative vision.

FREE & ONLINE FOR ARTS EDUCATORS EVERYWHERE

UNBOXED

Professional Development Series & Curriculum

In partnership with the Unboxed choreographers and collaborators, Hubbard Street's Education team offers comprehensive study guides + a series of virtual workshops this fall, addressing vital topics such as diversity, prejudice, culture, and appropriation.

AVAILABLE FREE TO WATCH ONLINE

Season 43

A Virtual Homecoming

Innovative and inspiring, our first-ever virtual season features acclaimed and emerging artists pushing into the unknown to create contemporary dance films that speak powerfully to our present moment.

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Hubbard Street is committed to keeping our dancers collaborating and creating, with full salary and benefits. It is not too bold to say that this commitment is rare in the performing arts at this unprecedented time. We make this commitment because we believe that — even in a world of empty stages and empty seats — these artists still have the power to create compelling, engaging, poignant, beautiful work that shines a light on what it means to be human. If you share this belief, and if you cherish their creativity, please support Hubbard Street Dance Chicago right now. 

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The Hub is your portal to exploring what dance means to you and the wider world through Hubbard Street’s diverse set of online programming.