Acclaimed for its athletic and innovative performances, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago stands at the forefront of American modern dance companies. For this visit, the troupe debuts Little mortal jump by Hubbard's first-ever resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, "a work of enchanting dance theater that captures the mystery, humor, terror and true romance of intimate relationships" (Chicago Sun-Times). Also on the program is Too Beaucoup, a full-company work by Israeli choreographers Sharon Eyal and Gaï Behar, set to a wild mash-up score by Ori Lichtik, and an exciting new collaboration AZIMUTH with LINES Ballet and its artistic director Alonzo King.
Education & Community Events: Sightlines
Sat, Feb 2, 7-7:30 pm
Join us for insights into the dance collaboration between Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as artistic directors Glenn Edgerton and Alonzo King talk with dance specialist Kathryn Roszak prior to the performance. This event is free to ticket holders for this evening's performance.
Donor Event: Open Rehearsal with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
Thurs, Jan 31, 2013
(Donors of $125+)
Catch this special opportunity with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago to see them rehearse the pieces they will perform during their visit to Cal Performances. Acclaimed for its athletic and innovative performances, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's brilliant work has established it at the forefront of American modern dance companies. In order to accommodate all of our supporters, this invitation is limited to two people per membership or household.
Membership benefits like these are our way of thanking our supporters for their much needed contributions. To find out how you can become a Donor, please call 510.643.8783 or visit our Support section.
Program notes are available online. [PDF]
(Single tickets for Gustavo Dudamel and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela go on sale June 12 at noon. Subscribers to the 2015/16 Season and Donors of $1,500 and above may order single tickets to all other 2015/16 events April 27; Donors of $100+ on July 28; to Email Club on August 4; and to the general public on August 11, 2015.)
Venue: Zellerbach Hall
Price: Tickets start at $30
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