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Subscriptions to Hubbard Street's innovative and exciting Season 42 are now on sale! Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton proudly announce a sensational 2019-20 season featuring a world premiere by Kyle Abraham, world premiere by Robyn Mineko Williams, audience favorite Decadance/Chicago by Ohad Naharin, and innovative works from Hubbard Street’s repertoire by Crystal Pite, Rena Butler, and Peter Chu.
**NOTE: New subscriptions purchased now will be unseated. You may add any seating requests to the Order Notes box during checkout. We will be seating new subscribers during the summer, and will contact new subscribers if a request cannot be accommodated.
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SEASON 42: Here/Now
Forge Forward, November 7, 9+10 at the Harris Theater
The Fall Series kicks off Season 42 with an imaginative new work by Kyle Abraham, Artistic Director of Abraham.In.Motion (A.I.M.). The award-winning New York based choreographer, called “one of the hottest names in dance” by the Dallas News, brings this new creation to Chicago next fall. The company will spend three weeks in September at Dancer’s Workshop in Jackson Hole, Wyoming for an Artistic Residency with Abraham before the premiere in Chicago. Also included in the Fall Series is the return of Grace Engine, Crystal Pite’s “highly cinematic full company work” (Chicago Sun Times), and a world premiere by Hubbard Street Choreographic Fellow and Chicago native Rena Butler, hailed for her “heady, sexy, funny, brilliantly conceived and executed” choreography by Splash Magazine.
Decadance/Chicago, March 12, 14+15 at the Harris Theater
Decadance/Chicago, choreographed by world-renowned Israeli choreographer and former Artistic Director of Batsheva Dance Company Ohad Naharin, returns for the Season 42 Spring Series. Called “Spectacularly immersive” by the Chicago Tribune, and “a journey that you want to experience over and over” by the New York Times, the evening-length work curated specifically for Hubbard Street features excerpts from Naharin’s most popular pieces including Sadeh21, Naharin’s Virus, and the iconic Minus 16.
Boundless, May 14, 16+17 at the Harris Theater
Season 42 concludes with a world premiere by Robyn Mineko Williams, highlighting the company dancers as individuals, bringing out their character and personality in this full company piece. The Summer Series also features an excerpt from Peter Chu’s innovative site specific work, Space, In Perspective, choreographed on Hubbard Street in 2017 that will be re-created for the traditional proscenium stage, and The Windless Hold, created for Hubbard Street in 2019 by Malpaso Dance Company’s Artistic Director Osnel Delgado.
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in DECADANCE/CHICAGO by Ohad Naharin. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.
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