One Flat Thing, reproduced by William ForsytheA Picture of You Falling (duet) by Crystal PiteVioloncello (a duet from Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness) by Nacho DuatoJardí Tancat by Nacho DuatoThe 40s by Lou ConteGeorgia by Lou Conte
Celebrating 40 years as a major force in American contemporary dance, Hubbard Street’s superlative dancers will return to Northrop with a program of highlights from the company’s impressive history. Lou Conte’s vision when he first established his dance school at LaSalle and Hubbard Street in the 1970s is honored with his joyous romp, The 40s. William Forsythe’s One Flat Thing, reproduced hurtles us (and 20 metal tables) to the clatteringly contemporary present. In between, we’ll experience works by Crystal Pite, called “One of the greatest choreographic minds of her generation,” (Financial Times) and sensuously beautiful dances from Nacho Duato.
“One Flat Thing, reproduced is a showstopper.” –The New York Times
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Sat, Jan 27, 6:15 pmBest Buy TheaterFREE and open to the public
Gain insight into the performance at an in-depth conversation about the company and the evening’s program with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago Founder Lou Conte.
I do not think I have ever responded faster to an email than I did when I received an invitation to volunteer as a table pusher for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s upcoming performance at Northrop.
In advance of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's 40th anniversary performance Jan 27, I had the pleasure of talking to dancer, choreographer and teacher Lou Conte, founder of the Lou Conte Dance Studio and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
It was a night of celebration in the Harris Theater, which is Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s home theater.
On June 8, at the Harris Theater in Chicago, I saw a performance of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. The night was extra special as the dance company was celebrating their 40th anniversary.
Hubbard Street is a favorite of mine, and I was thrilled to finally catch a performance on their home turf at the Harris Theater in Chicago in June.
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