Dance(e)volve: new works festival – a Hubbard Street Dance offshoot?


Looks like I’ll be in Chicago in early June so searching around, as usual, to see if there’s any dance performances and I’ve found one possibility – Hubbard Street Dance’s New Works program at the contemporary art museum. It’s not part of the official Hubbard season but could be interesting! From what I can gather, the show features new choreography largely by unknown choreographers, aka Hubbard Street dancers and staff.

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Jun 6–Jun 9 2013 (and also June 13-16)

Hubbard hoping to strike some gold with ‘danc(e)volve’

January 17, 2012|By Sid Smith, Special to the Tribune

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is about to unveil a new venture in original choreography, two separate programs of premieres, most of them created by its own dancers and staff.

The “danc(e)volve: New Works Festival,” playing Thursday through Jan. 29, alters the troupe’s typical winter engagement in several ways. The choreographers are largely local and unknown, while the venue, the Museum of Contemporary Art, is a departure from the company’s usual home at the Harris Theater.

danc(e)volve: New Works Festival

The eclectic contemporary program danc(e)volve returns to the intimate Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago where every seat is close to the stage.  You’ll witness never-before-seen works by and for dancers.

PROGRAM

danc(e)volve: New Works Festival by Hubbard Street Dancers and Artistic Staff

This intimate look inside the company features the creative, raw energy of Hubbard Street, with an evening of World Premieres in the intimate space of the Edlis Neeson Theater.

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