Welcome to Hubbard Street, Chicago’s international destination for dance.
  • Spend 2017 with Hubbard Street and guarantee yourself three thrilling experiences. Subscribers always get the best seats at the best prices — plus additional perks!
    Questions? Call the Hubbard Street Ticket Office at 312-850-9744.

    March 16–19, 2017 at the Harris Theater

    May 11–14, 2017 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

    June 8–11, 2017 at the Harris Theater
Subscribe today for 2016–17 and guarantee yourself a year of exhilarating contemporary dance.

    Hubbard Street celebrates global choreographer Nacho Duato with the return of his exquisite Jardí Tancat, and a duet from his homage to J. S. Bach, Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness. Completing this international adventure are the stage-filling Imprint by Lucas Crandall and Crystal Pite’s stunning Solo Echo.

    March 16–19, 2017 at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance

    Hubbard Street returns to the MCA Stage to premiere the latest from Lucky Plush Productions artistic director Julia Rhoads, 2016 Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship awardee Penny Saunders, 2016 International Commissioning Project choreographer Alice Klock, and the eighth mainstage creation for Hubbard Street by Robyn Mineko Williams.

    May 11–14, 2017 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

    The company kicks off “Hubbard Street at 40” with a thrilling evening of audience favorites, spanning four decades of excellence in contemporary dance. Enjoy The Golden Section by Twyla Tharp, Georgia and The 40s by Lou Conte, A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite, William Forsythe’s One Flat Thing, reproduced, duets from Jim Vincent’s Palladio, and scenes from Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo’s One Thousand Pieces.

    June 8–11, 2017 at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance

Subscribers support Hubbard Street's mission and get exclusive benefits

  • Bring your friends and family to Hubbard Street! Purchase your subscription and any additional single tickets at subscriber rates – 25% off
  • ​Your seats are YOUR SEATS for every performance
  • ​Free no-hassle ticket exchanges
  • Parking discounts only for subscribers
  • Special offers at partner restaurants
  • 15% discount on merchandise
  • ​10% savings on class cards at Lou Conte Dance Studio
  • ​Exclusive behind-the-scenes access
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Spotlight Subscribers are extraordinary patrons who support health and wellness, provide inclusive dance education, and allow us to bring artists, art and audiences together.

Hubbard Street’s Chicago performances and touring engagements worldwide are just part of our story. We bring dance into local classrooms while our Parkinson’s Project and The Autism Project provide adaptive support and new ways of moving. Special presentations include free events with partner institutions, and performance opportunities for young dancers. Subscriptions and ticket sales cover only a portion of our expenses.

Step into the spotlight by making a contribution of $100, $250, $500 or more when you subscribe. You’ll support our mission — and get invitations to special events and in-studio previews throughout the season.

Spotlight Subscribers at the $100 level gain access to exclusive experiences:
  • An intermission Champagne toast in the Donor Room during one of our Harris Theater performance series.
Upgrading to the $250 level means your gift goes even further in support of our mission. In thanks, we offer:
  • Two complimentary tickets to our Inside/Out Choreographic Workshop.
  • A backstage tour of the Harris Theater during one of our performance series.
New this year – we’ve added special benefits at the $500 level:
  • An invitation for two to our Fall Series Cocktails & Choreography event at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.
  • Free passes to The First Dance, a pre-show talk and reception prior to Sunday performances.

You make our work happen onstage, in the classroom, and all over the world.