It is sleek, sharp, and cool.
The company’s choreographer talks about how he builds a dance.
The company returns to the Auditorium Theatre this weekend for a retrospective of the resident choreographer’s work.
The Seldoms and the Joffrey Ballet are among this fall’s best bets for dance.
The arts nonprofit, which awards dozens of $50,000 fellowships yearly, joins the MacArthur Foundation in what’s becoming a hub of the ‘prestige economy.’
Retired from the New York City Ballet, Wendy Whelan is developing her own works and bringing one to Chicago.
Time stops—and starts, and stops and starts—in Robyn Mineko Williams’s Fluence.
People Issue 2012: “You’ve just gotta filter out noise”
HSDC choreographer: “I make you uncomfortable so the contrast is greater.”
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago presents its winter show at Harris Theater
Our three best bets for fall dance: Imperial Silence: Un Ópera Muerta, Gallim Dance, and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
The new program from Hubbard Street Dance Chicago includes William Forsythe’s Quintett
Alejandro Cerrudo will choreograph Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s tribute to America Windows, the Art Institute Chagall
The numbers alone are a little overwhelming. Sixteen first- and second-company dancers are devising 19 short pieces in just four weeks for Inside/Out, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s tenth annual choreographic showcase. The feverish circumstances produced a percolating creativity at a recent set of rehearsals spread out all over the HSDC space. Terence Marling had planned […]