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2015 ANNUAL REPORT


“As founder of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and its artistic director for twenty-three years, dancer and choreographer Lou Conte built one of the world’s foremost contemporary dance companies as a leader in the field for nearly forty years.” —Newcity

MISSION The core purpose of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is to bring artists, art and audiences together to enrich, engage, and change lives through the experience of dance. Hubbard Street is comprised of four components: 1) a performing company of professional dancers; 2) Hubbard Street 2, an ensemble of early-career artists; 3) the Lou Conte Dance Studio (LCDS); and 4) Hubbard Street’s Youth, Education and Community Programs.

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@HubbardStreet: We’re glad to be @HarrisTheater this morning for its Disability Awareness Learning Lab workshop with @JJsList. #ADA25 @ChiDanceHistory: Exploring #chidancehistory in Connecticut today with former @HubbardStreet dancer Rick Hilsabeck! @WiremillAcademy

Above: Hubbard Street Dancers Jason Hortin, foreground, and Michael Gross in Enter Woven by Victor Quijada. Cover: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Enter Woven by Victor Quijada.

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@juliacsmith: All the artsy folks at #DoGoodData2015 flocked to hear how data drives engagement @HubbardStreet. Thanks @amelianorthrup + @billmelamed! @TRGArts: Updating one of our most popular case studies with @HubbardStreet for #DoGoodData2015. Topic: Using data to make an action plan. Can’t wait!

A message from Hubbard Street’s Executive Leadership Throughout its history, Hubbard Street has been known for unique collaborations and innovative production concepts. Over the past year, we have furthered our focus on these areas with the goal of creating one-ofa-kind programs designed to grow audiences and increase participation in dance as an art form. Our 2014–15 performance season launched with the most critically acclaimed project in the company’s history: The Art of Falling. This production brought Chicago’s leading contemporary dancers together with the city’s foremost improvisational comedians for an original take on dance. Hubbard Street had never before collaborated with comedians onstage, and The Second City had never produced a dance show. The resulting artistic product was more successful and inspiring than anyone involved could have imagined. The Art of Falling combined aspects of sketch comedy, improvisational performance, contemporary dance and musical theater into a new and truly unique art form that was entertaining, comical, and moving, and showed how dance can enhance storytelling onstage. We also saw impactful results of work done over the past year in partnership with the University of Illinois at Chicago’s Resource Center for Autism and Developmental Delays (RCADD), to develop an Adaptive Dance Program curriculum benefiting students on the autism spectrum. We launched studio classes and inschool residencies using this clear, structured approach which focuses on developing gross motor skills and group dynamics, using dance-specific visual supports to ensure success for all students. Parents of these students attest that this program has truly changed the lives of their children, allowing them to witness many firsts — for some, the first time their children have expressed themselves through movement and body language, or the first time a connection with another person has brought a smile to their child’s face. This year Hubbard Street was also honored to be selected among 18 dance organizations nationwide to receive significant, multi-year funding through the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s Leadership Grants Program for Dance. This grant will allow for significant institutional growth that will increase Hubbard Street’s capacity to change lives through dance over the next five years. This funding will be directed towards data-driven patron engagement, board recruitment and engagement, artist/employee compensation and retention, and capitalization. Additionally, Hubbard Street will use this grant to expand our fee-based Youth Dance Program. Our goal is to continue the rapid growth of this program that is both a significant earned revenue generator and serves Hubbard Street’s mission in a variety of ways, by providing dance in an encouraging, creative environment where everyone is welcome.

“The legendary Lou Conte opened the doors in 1974 and it’s been unstoppable ever since. Now consisting of two companies, a training studio and education and community programs, Hubbard Street Dance is a leader in contemporary dance performance and education.” —Chicagoist Hubbard Street Dancer Alicia Delgadillo backstage at The Second City during a sneak preview of The Art of Falling. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.

These are just a few examples of the ways Hubbard Street has strived to test new ideas in service of our mission to change lives through dance. This report outlines more of the people and places we were able to reach throughout the past year, thanks to the support of our donors, and the passion of our artists, staff, board members, audience members, and students.

Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director

Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director

Ellis Regenbogen Chairman, Board of Directors

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of our Season Sponsors and funders who made general operating contributions of $25,000 or more during the 2014–15 season. Project-specific funders are recognized throughout this report.

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@USC: @USCKaufman and @HubbardStreet to be dance partners! Summer ’16 will be their “first dance.”

“Under the discerning eye and creative vision of artistic director Glenn Edgerton for the past six years, there’s no mistaking that this company of individually outstanding dancers is knitting itself into a more deeply connected ensemble.” —SeeChicagoDance.com

@andrewpatner: And here they are! @HubbardStreet Dancers honor Lou Conte at Chicago’s #FifthStarAwards tonight at Millennium Park.

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Gnawa by Nacho Duato.

ICO MARKS Season Sponsors Official Provider of Physical Therapy

Official Health Club

Lead Community Programs Sponsor

Preferred Hotel Partner

Joyce Chelberg Julius N. Frankel Foundation Paul and Ellen Gignilliat The Rhoades Foundation The Sage Foundation

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n 6  4,414 people attended performances by Hubbard Street’s main company

and Hubbard Street 2. n 2  ,260 people attended audience engagement activities, such as

pre- and post-show lectures. n 4  ,500 students took classes at the Lou Conte Dance Studio. n 2  93 teachers participated in Professional Development Workshops and discounted

classes at the Lou Conte Dance Studio. n 4  02 students received pre-professional training through Hubbard Street’s

Intensive Programs. n 7  48 people auditioned for the Level III Advanced and Level IV Pre-Professional

Summer Intensives. n 5  ,530 students participated in residencies and in-school performances. n 3  69 people participated in Family Workshops at partner schools. n 6  4 Parkinson’s patients and family members participated in the Hubbard Street’s

Parkinson’s Project. n 1 ,040 students took classes through the Youth Dance Program.

“Once an arts organization reaches a certain size and level of prominence, it can be tough to keep things fresh, experimental and playful. But Glenn Edgerton continues to uphold Hubbard Street’s internationally recognized standard of excellence while nudging at its boundaries. Hubbard Street’s impressive repertory from the most recognized contemporary choreographers continues to grow; and their imaginative collaboration with The Second City was a resounding success that demonstrated both the versatility of the company and the delightful results when two major players step outside their comfort zones.” —Newcity Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett, foreground, and Andrew Murdock in Waxing Moon by Robyn Mineko Williams.

n 5  ,518 tickets were sold to Hubbard Street and The Second City’s smash hit

The Art of Falling, which included Hubbard Street’s first-ever sold-out performance at the Harris Theater.

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@HubbardStreet: Congrats to choreographers RoseAnne Spradlin, d. Sabela grimes + Alejandro Cerrudo, among @USAforART’s #2014USAFellows! @ChicagoForum: @HubbardStreet works w/ choreographers from around world, keeping Chicago globally connected. Thx 4 partnering w/ us! #GlobalCities2015

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@BonnieBTweets: @HubbardStreet killed it tonight @HarrisTheater — great to see our dance-loving mayor @RahmEmanuel in the house. Pite’s solo was a grand slam. @PatriceWA: Brilliant @HubbardStreet — every piece masterfully performed. Thank you @kmhthelibrarian! @Zulkey: I’m at my first show @HubbardStreet and everybody here is so well-dressed. (Dancing is good too.) @MzzzAnthrope: Fabulous, fluid triptych by #AlejandroCerrudo @HubbardStreet. His physical vocabulary is so recognizable yet innovative. @britticisms: Always so thrilling to see Cerrudo’s work with @HubbardStreet. So many signature touches: the set pieces, the angular moves, the silence! @wperrondancemag: The men of @HubbardStreet @TheJoyceTheater: Sensual, sinuous, sensationally spinal. @macfound: Choreographer and #MacFellow @AbrahamInMotion’s Counterpoint featured @HubbardStreet. @tylerring: OFFICIALLY going to Chicago over fall break to see @HubbardStreet + The Second City! So excited to see this amazing collaboration! @MediaCupid: Literally laughed and cried at @HubbardStreet + @TheSecondCity’s The Art of Falling — encore, please!

Hubbard Street Dancer Jacqueline Burnett in Waxing Moon by Robyn Mineko Williams.

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Hubbard Street’s critically acclaimed collaboration with The Second City, The Art of Falling, had the highest attendance in the company’s history of performing at Chicago’s Harris Theater. It was named to “best of 2014” lists by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and Newcity, and lauded by dance and

“Hugely entertaining and strikingly emotional…not-to-be-missed.” ★★★★/4 —Chicago Tribune

theater critics throughout Chicago.

“I won’t ruin the way the show builds from humor to something much more profound by giving away the ending, but I can tell you that you that you won’t forget it. It will leave you invigorated and hopeful. So get on Facebook. Get on Twitter. Tell Hubbard Street and Second City you’re willing to wait, be polite, but make it clear you want to see this show because, trust me: You do.” —The Chicago Maroon “[The Art of Falling] has real legs — a buoyant spirit counterbalanced by a genuine sense of gravity.” —Chicago Sun-Times Rashawn Scott in Hubbard Street + The Second City’s The Art of Falling.

The Art of Falling is commissioned by the Harris Theater for Music and Dance with support from Sandra and Jack Guthman through the Imagine campaign.

The Walter E. Heller Foundation Richard L. Rodes R. Penny Rodes DeMott Sponsors

Meg and Tim Callahan Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Caryn Jacobs and Dan Cedarbaum Sallyan Windt Choreographer’s Circle Members Allan and Ellen Drebin Patron Sponsors, Season Opening Celebration

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Works by ascendant choreographers premiered at Princess Grace Awards: New Works at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago — an intimate performance series that celebrated recent winners of choreography fellowships from the Princess Grace Foundation–USA. This performance series included Waxing Moon by Hubbard Street alumna Robyn Mineko Williams, who was also awarded a Princess Grace Foundation-USA Works in Progress residency at Baryshnikov Arts Center; Enter Woven by RUBBERBANDance Group founder Victor Quijada; and Counterpoint by MacArthur Fellow Kyle Abraham.

Robyn Mineko Williams “has grown into a choreographer of great sophistication and power.” —Chicago Sun-Times

Music by Robert F. Haynes and Tony Lazzara is commissioned by the Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation. Artistic Partner Hubbard Street Dancers Jessica Tong, foreground, Jason Hortin and Ana Lopez in Counterpoint by Kyle Abraham.

Diversity Partner

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Hubbard Street’s dancers are “at the height of their powers. They look so rich, so skilled…there is no better dancing done by humans to be seen anywhere on the planet.” —Chicago Sun-Times

Hubbard Street invited former company member and Luna Negra Dance Theater artistic director Gustavo Ramírez Sansano back to Chicago to create a world premiere, I am Mister B.

Commissioning Partners, I am Mister B by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano: Harris Theater for Music and Dance & See the Dance Consortium. Additional support from the Imagine campaign is provided by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett, foreground, and Jonathan Fredrickson in I am Mister B by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano.

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Hubbard Street Dancers Jesse Bechard

“From the moment the curtains opened, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago proved once again that there are no expectations too high for these performers… The audience could hardly wait to give [them] a standing ovation.” —La Grange Patch

and Jason Hortin performed A Picture of You Falling, the company’s first work acquired by renowned Canadian choreographer Crystal Pite.

Diversity Partner Hubbard Street Dancer Jesse Bechard in A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite.

Spring Series Sponsor

Sara Albrecht Choreographer’s Circle Member, A Picture of You Falling

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Hubbard Street’s Season 37 Summer Series featured a full evening of works by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo: Extremely Close, Little mortal jump, and his fourteenth original creation for Hubbard Street, Still in Motion.

“This is only the second time the company has presented a program that focuses on a single artist, and taking in an entire evening of this gifted choreographer’s work is truly a luxury to experience... Still in Motion moves in a new direction without totally reinventing [Cerrudo’s] style or abandoning the beauty of it. And the Hubbard Street dancers, chameleons to the core, adapt effortlessly to whatever they are asked to do.” —4dancers.org Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett, foreground, Ana Lopez and Jonathan Fredrickson in Still in Motion by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo.

Community Engagement Partner

Diversity Partner

Marge and Lew Collens J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation John and Jeanne Rowe Sponsors, World Premiere of Still in Motion Richard and Barbara Silverman Exclusive Sponsors, 2015 Revival of Extremely Close

Ross B. Bricker and Nina Vinik Dirk Denison and David Salkin Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson Randy and Lisa White Summer Series Sponsors

John and Caroline Ballantine Shawn M. Donnelley and Christopher M. Kelly Linda Hutson Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Mary Kay Shaw Choreographer’s Circle Members

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Hubbard Street performed an extended engagement at The Joyce Theater, sharing mixed repertoire comprised of new work and major acquisitions with New York audiences.

“Under the leadership of Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is a spectacular group of contemporary dancers. Its reputation preceded it here [in New York City], and based on these programs [at The Joyce Theater], that reputation is well-earned.” —Critical Dance

In A Picture of You Falling, Jason Hortin is “wonderfully elastic and yet staccato at the same time.” —Bachtrack

Hubbard Street Dancer Jonathan Fredrickson in PACOPEPEPLUTO by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo.

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@HubbardStreet: Non possiamo aspettare per questo! MT @gdelladanza: La @HubbardStreet Dance Chicago in tournée in #Italia! @provinciapavese: Stasera al @teatrofraschini di #Pavia c’è la Hubbard Street Dance Chicago #sapevatelo @HubbardStreet @ponchielli_cr: Un gradito ritorno stasera al Teatro Ponchielli con la @HubbardStreet: tre prime italiane e un capolavoro di Nacho Duato #Gnawa #Danza

Hubbard Street performed at the LA DANZA Festival in Cremona, Italy.

This engagement was supported by Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation through USArtists International in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Falling Angels by Jiří Kylián.

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Hubbard Street 2 premiered works by all three winners of its 15th annual International Commissioning Project: Parting Shadows by Victor Alexander, Changed in its Affection by Bryan Arias, and Long Story Short by Ihsan Rustem.

Butler Family Foundation

Funder, Hubbard Street 2

Hubbard Street 2 Dancers Andrea Thompson and Jules Joseph, foreground, and Adrienne Lipson in Changed in its Affection by 2014 International Commissioning Project choreographer Bryan Arias.

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Hubbard Street 2 collaborated with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra for a 12th year, with a performance for young audiences highlighting the use of emotion in music by Tchaikovsky, and a collaboration between HS2 and the Citizen Musician Fellows of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.

Hubbard Street 2 Dancer Natalie Leibert performs for young people and families onstage at Symphony Center with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

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Hubbard Street restructured its Intensive programs to create clear, progressive paths for training and professional development. These programs now comprise four distinct levels: an open-enrollment Level I Preparatory program for dancers ages 12–16, an open-enrollment Level II Primary program for dancers ages 14–18, an audition-based Level III Advanced program for dancers ages 14–17, and an auditionbased Level IV Pre-Professional program for dancers ages 18–24.

“We were treated like professionals.” —2015 Summer Intensive student Allison Podolsky

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@sopranerina: In exactly a week I’ll be going to the Hubbard Street Summer Intensive! So excited! @HubbardStreet

Participants in Hubbard Street’s Level IV Pre-Professional Summer Intensive at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.

The Davee Foundation Funder, Dancer Training Continuum

Dancer Development Patron

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@lChanOfficial: Starting day with a #workout at home + a #jog later. #HipHop at 1:30 @HubbardStreet for the 1st time today! #Dance #DanceLife #Artist #Motivated

The Lou Conte Dance Studio continued to be one of Chicago’s preeminent training facilities, offering classes in ballet, jazz, modern, hip-hop, African, Dance Latin Groove, BeMovedŽ, Bollywood, musical theater jazz, tap, and other techniques.

Jane Ellen Murray Foundation Principal Contributor

Olumuyiwa Ojo, right, teaches African dance class at the Lou Conte Dance Studio.

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The Lou Conte Dance Studio’s scholarship program gave students opportunities to receive subsidized training, including participating in master classes, and receiving one-on-one mentoring from LCDS Director Claire Bataille, for terms lasting 8–46 weeks.

The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Funder, LCDS Scholarship Program

LCDS scholarship student Teresa Marsala takes hip-hop class at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.

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Hubbard Street, in partnership with local venues and presenters, launched a Studio Series of master classes and workshops for Chicago’s advanced, pre-professional and professional dancers. Each Studio Series event was based on the work of dance artists performing in Chicago, or repertoire in production at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Hubbard Street 2, led by internationally recognized artistic directors, dancers and choreographers.

37 LCDS scholarship student Teresa Marsala takes hip-hop class at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.


Thanks to restructured programming and new Creative Schools Fund grants offered to schools by Ingenuity, Inc., Hubbard Street’s Education Programs are now able to serve 1,000 additional students with in-depth school residencies annually.

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@artintercepts: Talking injury prevention with the Youth Dance Ensemble today at @HubbardStreet to kick off #chidancemonth! @Kindergarten003: We really enjoyed our very first class with @HubbardStreet yesterday! We added many new tools to our dancing toolkit!

Mitchell Elementary School students participate in Hubbard Street Education Programs in the classroom.

Leading Foundation Supporter

Lead Community Programs Sponsor

Community Engagement Partner

Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Best Portion Foundation Helen Brach Foundation Children’s Care Foundation The Crown Family Golder Family Foundation Harry and Marcy Harczak Jackson National Life Insurance Company

Neiman Marcus Byron and Judy Pollock The PrivateBank Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Foundation

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Q: Why the words BODY, ENERGY, SPACE and TIME? A: Because dance is the BEST. These four words are core components of the universal dance vocabulary which Hubbard Street uses in schools, as well as in its Youth Dance Program classes. This vocabulary — based on the work of renowned dance theorist and teacher Rudolf Laban — is not tied to any one technique or tradition and, as such, allows all students to enter the world of choreography and performance on a level playing field. It ensures that students understand the fundamental movement concepts underlying all dance practices, helping prepare them to be interesting and effective artists, choreographers, and performers.

Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance Programs, offered at our studios at West Jackson Boulevard and South Racine Avenue, have grown to serve more than 1,000 students

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@CPS_Arts: Stumbling onto @HubbardStreet while at the @childrensmuseum! #everyonedance @ParentPowerChi: Power Parents: Did you know the world famous @HubbardStreet has a Youth Dance Program for kids ages 7–16? Well, they do! @kath_humphreys: So excited to get to work with our 12 (TWELVE!) new @HubbardStreet partner schools funded by @IngenuityIncChi Creative Schools Funds grants!

Hubbard Street Youth Dance Program participants. Photos by Todd Rosenberg.

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Hubbard Street launched The Autism Project, a dance class developed specifically for students on the autism spectrum, offered at the Hubbard Street Dance Center and select with Chicago Public Schools. This is the second Adaptive Dance Program offered by Hubbard Street, joining Hubbard Street’s Parkinson’s Project.

Adaptive Dance Program Partner

The Autism Project participant in class at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.

Supported by a grant from AbbVie.

National Parkinson’s Foundation Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Funders, Hubbard Street Parkinson’s Project

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Hubbard Street’s Season 37 Spotlight Ball raised more than $800,000 for the company, honoring renowned choreographer William Forsythe, and agricultural processing company ADM.

“It’s all about dancers. [They are] what gets the message to you, and that’s very valuable — dancers are very, very valuable…and they all on some level have a vision. It’s a very strange thing to be a dancer. You have to imagine things constantly. I love them. They made me. Nothing I did, I did without dancers. Everything people think I am, I am actually not. It is just a message transmitted by a dancer. I am insanely grateful for, and I am in love with, all the people I’ve had the unbelievable privilege to work with, over the past fifty years.” —William Forsythe Choreographer William Forsythe accepts Hubbard Street’s Season 37 Spotlight Award. Top left, from left: Gary Metzner, Lauren Robishaw, Kellie Epperheimer, and Meredith Dincolo. Middle left: Patricia A. Woertz, Chairman of the Board of Archer Daniels Midland Company, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Above left: Ellis Regenbogen, Sara Albrecht, and Glenn Edgerton. Photos by Robert F. Carl.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Ms. Amy Rule Honorary Co-Chairs Patti Selander Eylar Event Chair

Kenneth C. Griffin Presenting Sponsors

Sara Albrecht Latsko Family Foundation Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Richard and Ann Tomlinson Benefactors

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Hubbard Street’s 4th annual luxury wine tasting, Taste, was presented by Tru and Zachys.

Presented by Sara Albrecht Damian Dolyniuk Ross Shelleman Co-Chairs

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Hubbard Street’s TASTE 2015 at Tru. Above left: Kevin J. Shannon and Sarah J. Nolan. Above right: Linda Hutson, Richard L. Rodes, and Victoria Priola. Photos by Robert F. Carl.

Grand Cru Sponsor

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Hubbard Street welcomed more than 250 guests to Baker & McKenzie, LLP on March 12, 2015 for Hubbard Street’s 12th annual Bold Moves for Bold Women event, celebrating female leadership in business and the arts.

Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Ana Lopez in Cloudless by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. Top left, from left: Jason D. Palmquist, Joyce Chelberg, and Bruce Chelberg. Middle left: Isabelle Austriaco, left, and Aurora Abella Austriaco. Above left, from left: Choreographer Gustavo Ramírez Sansano, Honorary Chairs Aurora Abella Austriaco and Pamela Cullerton, and Hubbard Street Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. Photos by Robert F. Carl.

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Lead Sponsor and Diversity Partner Lead Sponsors Contributing Sponsors

AT&T Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Austriaco and Associates Ltd. Meg and Tim Callahan Senate President John Cullerton HBK Engineering, LLC PhRMA Event Sponsors

Aurora Abella Austriaco Pamela Cullerton Honorary Chairs Sarah J. Nolan Event Chair

Catering Sponsor

Spirits Sponsor

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@PerformngHealth: Awesome dancing by @HubbardStreet + Pite choreography tonight in #NYC. Flawless dancers. Wow. @mvw888: Best email of the day: News that @HubbardStreet is returning to the @IrvineBarclay in ’16! #myfave

Teatro Comunale Ponchielli, the venue for Hubbard Street’s April 2015 performance in Cremona, Italy. Photo by Julie E. Ballard.


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LOCAL SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1. Mitchell Elementary 2. Greeley Elementary 3. Talcott Elementary 4. Sawyer Elementary 5. Avondale-Logandale 6. Clay Elementary 7. Hendricks Elementary 8. Hamline Elementary 9. Darwin Elementary 10. Linne Elementary 11. Passages Charter 12. Saucedo Academy 13. Garvy Elementary 14. Catalyst Circle Rock School 15. Edwards Elementary 16. West Park Elementary 17. Haugan Elementary 18. Dett Elementary 19. Shields Elementary 20. Chicago Academy for the Arts Mitchell Elementary School students participate in Hubbard Street Education Programs in the classroom.

21. Walter Payton College Prep 22. Bell Elementary 23. Burley Elementary 24. Sumner Elementary 25. Pasteur Elementary 26. Bouchet Elementary 27. Claremont Academy OAK PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS 28. Beye School 29. Whittier School 30. Hatch School

OTHER PARTNERS 31. Bennett Day School 32. Latin School of Chicago 33. Resource Center for Autism & Developmental Delays

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CENTRAL U.S. CHICAGO, IL AUSTIN, TX MADISON, WI HIGHLAND PARK, IL JACKSONVILLE, IL CLEVELAND, OH BLOOMINGTON, IN

EASTERN U.S.

CENTRAL EUROPE

NEW YORK, NY

RUSSELSHEIM, GERMANY

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL

LANDAU, GERMANY

VIENNA, VA

ASCHAFFENBURG, GERMANY

MIAMI, FL

IDAR-OBERSTEIN, GERMANY HEERLEN, THE NETHERLANDS TREVISO, ITALY LUGANO, SWITZERLAND CREMONA, ITALY PAVIA, ITALY TRIESTE, ITALY LUGANO, SWITZERLAND

“In [Nacho] Duato’s characteristic arrow-swift and supple movement, the dancers offered precision as though it was an hors d’oeuvre, passed with Champagne.” —The Austin Chronicle

“Those performances are rare when ‘performance,’ as a word, fails to capture the emotional uplift and illumination the dancing generates.” —DC Metro Theater Arts

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ONGOING ACTIVITIES n

All of Hubbard Street’s main company members are granted 52-week contracts — among the first ever offered in the concert-dance industry — which include 5 weeks of paid vacation, with rehearsals Mondays through Fridays throughout the season.

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The Lou Conte Dance Studio offers more than 70 classes per week, for 49 weeks each year.

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The Youth Dance Program offers Fall and Spring Sessions of classes, as well as Youth Summer Camps.

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Hubbard Street’s Parkinson’s Project offers participants weekly classes, 30 weeks each year.

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Hubbard Street Teaching Artists bring dance to students in Chicago Public Schools classrooms, every day that school is in session.

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O  n the last Friday of every month, the Lou Conte Dance Studio hosts Dance Chance in partnership with DanceWorks Chicago, an event featuring work by local choreographers in casual conversation and creative exchange.

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Hubbard Street performed outdoors at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, as part of the opening weekend of Fall for Dance in New York City.

Hubbard Street and The Second City premiered The Art of Falling.

Hubbard Street partnered with Boom Crack! Dance Company to offer a workshop with choreographer Victor Quijada.

Hubbard Street presented Princess Grace Awards: New Works at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

Hubbard Street performed in Bass Concert Hall at the University of Texas at Austin.

TASTE, a luxury wine tasting benefiting Hubbard Street, was hosted by Michelin-starred restaurant Tru.

Hubbard Street Founder Lou Conte was honored as one of five inaugural recipients of the City of Chicago’s Fifth Star Awards, which recognize exemplary Chicago artists and arts institutions which have made significant contributions to arts and culture.

Hubbard Street hosted a Halloweenthemed open house throughout its studios, culminating in a special presentation of the monthly choreography showcase Dance Chance, presented in partnership with DanceWorks Chicago.

The Youth Dance Program hosted its first Master Class Series, with members of the main company teaching advanced students.

Hubbard Street Dancer Emilie Leriche in Counterpoint by Kyle Abraham.

Hubbard Street inducted twelve inaugural Life Directors.

Hubbard Street 2 premiered three works by International Commissioning Project winners at the Harris Theater’s popular event Eat + Drink to the Beat. The Winter Intensive brought select Summer Intensive students back to Hubbard Street, to learn and refine excerpts from the company’s repertoire.

Gustavo Ramírez Sansano led a choreography workshop, as part of Hubbard Street’s Studio Series. Hubbard Street hosted a Master Class with Wendy Whelan in partnership with the Harris Theater for Music and Dance.

Hubbard Street 2 performed in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and in four cities in Germany. Summer Intensive auditions were held in Miami, Pittsburgh, New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Baltimore, and Austin.

Fourth-grade students came to the Hubbard Street Dance Center to participate in the Performance as Curriculum initiative, which gave them an opportunity to work indepth with HS2 dancers.

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Hubbard Street’s Spring Series at the Harris Theater included A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite; Cloudless, a duet by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo; Sarabande and Falling Angels by master choreographer Jiří Kylián; and the world premiere of I am Mister B by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano.

Hubbard Street performed at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin.

Hubbard Street performed at The Joyce Theater in New York City.

The Season 37 Spotlight Ball was held at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park.

Hubbard Street hosted four Summer Intensive programs.

Hubbard Street participated in the Chicago Dancing Festival, performing I am Mister B by Gustavo Ramírez Sansano, and A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite; and Dance for Life Chicago, presenting excerpts from Hubbard Street + The Second City’s The Art of Falling.

Hubbard Street’s 12th annual Bold Moves for Bold Women event took place at Baker & McKenzie, LLP. Hubbard Street 2 performed works by International Commissioning Project winners for a student audience.

Hubbard Street 2 performed in schools, giving students chances to learn directly from professional dancers during interactive performances. Hubbard Street traveled to four cities in Italy. CPS teachers came to the Hubbard Street Dance Center to learn new ways to incorporate dance into their classrooms.

Hubbard Street 2 performed in Treviso, Italy and Heerlen, the Netherlands. Peter Chu led a Studio Series workshop covering a broad spectrum of topics, from Crystal Pite’s choreography, to his own approach to devising movement. Hubbard Street hosted an Exploratory Lab Workshop for aspiring and early-career dancers. Hubbard Street Dancer Andrew Murdock in Waxing Moon by Robyn Mineko Williams.

Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance Ensemble performed at Block 37 as part of Chicago Dance Month, presented by Audience Architects. Hubbard Street’s ChoreoLab and Youth Dance Ensemble members performed a showcase at the University of Illinois at Chicago’s UIC Theatre. Students from our long-term partners Mitchell and Talcott Elementary Schools participated in an interactive performance at the University of Illinois at Chicago, following a morning of exploration. The Lou Conte Dance Studio hosted its Spring Open House. HS2 presented a performance for an audience of children in collaboration with the CSO.

Hubbard Street presented its Summer Series of works by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. Hubbard Street offered a full-day Choreography Workshop with Alejandro Cerrudo. Hubbard Street presented its Inside/Out Choreographic Workshop, through which company dancers have opportunities to create original works for one another. Hubbard Street 2 performed with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.

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FINANCIALS

STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES YEARS ENDED AUGUST 31, 2014 AND 2013 Revenues and Other Support.............................................................2015

... 2014

Performance revenue............................................................ $1,161,430

$1,401,283

Contributions

STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES YEARS ENDED AUGUST 31, 2015 AND 2014

Foundation, corporate, individual and government grants..........2,025,176

2,977,647

2014

Donated services and materials............................................... 287,275

198,475

$260,019

Gala and special events......................................................... 887,656

925,719

Pledges and accounts receivable.......................................................... 925,337

536,142

Lou Conte Dance Studio revenues and other income. .................. 1,573,726

1,402,079

Other current assets................................................................................ 307,190

335,315

Education Programs................................................................. 598,641

513,771

Net property and equipment.............................................................3,407,342

3,553,651

Other assets......................................................................................... 5,348,879

5,967,958

Assets............................................................................................ 2015 Cash and equivalents............................................................................ $393,797

Total Assets.................................................................................... $10,382,545

$10,653,085

Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities. ................................................................................$1,027,758

Total Revenues and Other Support...................................... $6,533,904

$7,418,974

Expenses Program services Performances. ................................................................ $3,243,986

$3,289,229

$904,289

Lou Conte Dance Studio........................................................ 897,630

832,428

Long-term liabilities............................................................................. 1,337,588

1,378,582

Education Programs.............................................................. 675,398

654,820

Net assets, unrestricted...................................................................... 2,059,341

2,271,614

Net assets, temporarily restricted...................................................... 2,102,148

2,235,477

Net assets, permanently restricted. .................................................. 3,855,710

3,863,123

Total Liabilities and Net Assets. ................................................ $10,382,545

Hubbard Street + The Second City in The Art of Falling.

$10,653,085

Support Services Development....................................................................... 589,959

580,414

Gala & Special Events........................................................... 269,833

283,014

Marketing........................................................................... 375,266

425,753

Finance & administration....................................................... 485,228

494,221

Facility & IT........................................................................... 97,744

91,948

Total Expenses..................................................................$6,635,044

$6,651,827

Change in beneficial trust......................................................... (29,413)

68,325

Loss on interest rate swap...........................................................(7,106)

(19,757)

Realized gain/(loss) on marketable securities. ...............................191,966

95,875

Unrealized gain/(loss) on marketable securities.......................... (407,322)

273,253

Change in Net Assets.......................................................... ($353,015)

$1,184,843

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CONTRIBUTORS

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of the following corporations, foundations, government agencies and individuals who made gifts to our Annual Fund and Spotlight Ball between September 1, 2014 and August 31, 2015: CORPORATE SUPPORT $50,000 and above Archer Daniels Midland Company Athletico Physical Therapy Chicago Athletic Clubs Harris Theater for Music and Dance Target $25,000–$49,999 Allstate Insurance Company The Chicago Community Trust/ The Sun-Times Foundation Exelon Grosvenor Capital Management, LP $10,000–$24,999 AbbVie ACME Hotel Company Baker & McKenzie LLP Deloitte GoodSmith Gregg & Unruh LLP ITW Jenner & Block, LLP MAC Cosmetics Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg, LLP Northern Trust The PrivateBank Tiedemann Wealth Management USG Corporation Walgreens Wessex 504 Corporation $5,000–$9,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Arnstein & Lehr, LLP Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Brown Brothers Harriman Jackson National Life Insurance Company Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP Neiman Marcus Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. State Farm Insurance United Airlines Zachys Wine and Liquor

$2,500–$4,999 AT&T Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Berger Schatz, Matrimonial and Family Law Attorneys Bottlenotes, Inc. Citizens for John Cullerton Clark Hill PLC Deluxe Corporation Foundation HBK Engineering, LLC PhRMA William Blair & Company $1,000–$2,499 Amsted Industries Austriaco and Associates LTD Baxter International Belgravia Group, Ltd Greenberg Traurig, LLP KPMG Sahara Enterprises, Inc. Schiff Hardin LLP Tito’s Handmade Vodka

FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT SUPPORT $100,000 and above The Davee Foundation Doris Duke Charitable Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Polk Bros. Foundation $50,000–$99,999 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation Illinois Arts Council Agency The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Princess Grace Foundation-USA The Rhoades Foundation The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous (2) The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation The Chicago Community Trust Julius N. Frankel Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts The Sage Foundation

$10,000–$24,999 Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen Brach Foundation Children’s Care Foundation The Irving Harris Foundation Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust $5,000–$9,999 The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc. Golder Family Foundation Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation John R. Halligan Charitable Fund Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation National Parkinson’s Foundation Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Jerome Robbins Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Foundation $1,000–$4,999 Anonymous Modestus Bauer Foundation Butler Family Foundation Levitetz Family Foundation The Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT Artistic Director’s Society $50,000 and above Meg and Tim Callahan Joyce Chelberg Kenneth C. Griffin Sandra and Jack Guthman $25,000–$49,999 Sara Albrecht Best Portion Foundation Marge and Lew Collens Dirk Denison and David Salkin Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Latsko Family Foundation Ellis and Sally Regenbogen John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson

$10,000–$24,999 Ross B. Bricker and Nina Vinik Joel and Katie Cory Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Jay Franke and David Herro Caryn and King Harris, The Harris Family Foundation Caryn Jacobs and Dan Cedarbaum James and Margaret Johnson Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Sarah J. Nolan J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Richard L. Rodes R. Penny Rodes DeMott Donald and Eileen Schiller Mary Kay Shaw Richard and Barbara Silverman Elizabeth Louise Smith Revocable Trust Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Dr. John Vazquez and Dr. Paul Gleixner Randy and Lisa White $5,000–$9,999 Robert and Marilyn Arensman John and Caroline Ballantine Neil Bluhm Marlene Breslow-Blitstein and Berle Blitstein Julia Buckingham James and Edie Cloonan Shawn M. Donnelley and Christopher M. Kelly Allan and Ellen Drebin Paul and Dedrea Gray Richard and Mary Gray Harry and Marcy Harczak Linda Hutson Karen Kuenster and Jim Osick Ron and Elise Magers John E. Miller, Jr. Jim and Linda Mitchell Jane Ellen Murray David and Suzu Neithercut Alexandra and John Nichols James F. Oates Abby McCormick O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Adrienne Parker and Peter Foley Byron and Judy Pollock Eleanor and William Revelle Lauren Robishaw Sallyan Windt Patricia Woertz

Sustaining DanceMakers $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous (2) Jeffery Bauer Corinne Brophy Nancy J. Brown Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Emrys Ingersoll John Grinney and Heidi Westland Bruce and Jamie Hague Trish and Harp Harper John and Leslie Henner Burns Ronald Jensen Anne Kaplan Dietrich and Andrew Klevorn Dale and Julie Leibert Jim and Kay Mabie Nancy Lauter McDougal Sandra McNaughton Sally and Ted Miller Patricia and Candace Parchem Victoria Priola Eric and Tammy Steele Jack and Niki Tovin Greg and Colleen Webb Premier DanceMakers $1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (6) Greg Albiero and Mark Zampardo Joanne Baizer Paul and Sylvia Bateman Bija Bennett Susan Berlijn Lawrence Berlin John Blosser Paul and Christine Branstad Jeanne Brett Linda S. Buckley Gregory Cameron and Greg Thompson Rebecca Carlins Gwen Carroll and Michael Rigney Steven Collens Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Tamara and Robert Cosentino Dr. & Mrs. Robert A Cutietta Jeffrey Davis Kelly Royer Dolyniuk and Damian Dolyniuk Marsha and Philip Dowd Michael Downing and Kathy Bernreuter Alexander Dubé The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Bill Escamilla and Lisa Dollar Buehler Ginger Farley Thomas J. Feie Jodie Gates Julie L. Gentes Phil Geyskens Bill and Ethel Gofen

David and Carol Golder James and Andrea Gordon Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Carmela and Chris Griffin Brian Herbstritt Sheldon and Elaine Holzman Jastromb Family Philanthropic Fund Daniel Joseph Joe and Leanne Klein James and Lisa Knight Koldyke Family Fund Matt and Mikelle Kruger Monica Leccese Howard and Gail Lanznar Karen and Peter Lennon Philip Lumpkin and William Tedford Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Helen Melchior Richard Melman Diane and Bob Merna Gary Metzner and Scott Johnson Pamela G. Meyer Michael Moriarty Maureen Mosh John and Lucine Nersesian Kenneth Norgan Julie O’Connell Thomas J. O’Keefe Charlene Osborne Jason Ott Sheila Owens Komal Patel and Attila Gyulai Don and Carol Randel Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Naomi and John Reese The J. Rich Company LLC Eve Rogers Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Kevin and Camille Rudge Steven and Lauren Scheibe Katherine V. Schostok Carleen Schreder and Ralph Musicant Honorable Daniel Solis Dawn Stanislaw Robin Steans and Leonard Gail Nikki and Fredric Stein Jane and Michael Strauss James Tanner and Catherine Allegra Peter Q. and Michelle S. Thompson Marilee C. Unruh Michael and Linda Welsh DancePartners $500–$999 Anonymous (3) Steve Abrams James and Sheila Amend Tom and Tina Berry Sherrill Bodine Sandy and Vicki Boyce Janet Dauparas Tom Doherty

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Jennifer Edgcomb Tom Fahey Joel Frader Amy Francetic Jill Glaser Madeleine Grynsztejn and Tom Shapiro Jayne Hanauer Peter Hood and Christine Worley Jim Huberty and Marc Giles Mira Iliescu John Jawor George T. Jones, M.D. and V. Lynn Jones Lisa Key Brian and Elizabeth Kluge Kevin Kranzusch Linda and Peter Krivkovich Scott Lang Victoria Lautman Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Sydney Leung Robert Liem Laura Lindner Margie Liotta Kitty McNamee Jon and Lois Mills Laura Myntti Edward and Gayla Nieminen Kevin Ozan Aaron and Helene Paris Diane and John Patience Cathy Peponis Jonathan and Robin Plotkin Eleanor Pollack Elizabeth Price and Louis Yecies J. Timothy Ritchie Michael and Bonnie Rothman Alan and Patty Rubin Katie Sakach Jennifer Senior Shelly Shannon Patricia Sternberg Gregory and Cynthia Taylor Kimberly Taylor Michael and Sharon Tiknis Wayne F. Tjaden Mary Ellen Toll and William Heimann Paul Waas John and Amy Ward Jerold Wasserman Keven and Nick Wilder Karen Wilmot $250–$499 Anonymous Carolyn Andrews Gregg Auby Randy and Lorraine Barba Stephen and Susan Bass Marcus Linda Bierig Greg and Cassie Boyle Robert and Joell Brightfelt Catherine and Hugo Chavez Sally Coder

Elizabeth and William Coleman Helene Connolly Barbara Coussement Robert and Quinn Delaney Cindy Delmar and Dwight Dick Duane M DesParte Barry and Vicki Dickerson Andrew and Diann Dincolo Sandra Jaggi DiPasquale Buck Dodson Timothy and Gina Dunning Thomas Durica Warren and Joan Eagle Todd Elhman Richard and Marjorie Ettlinger William and Jean Fischer Paul and Christine Fisher Jim and Deb Ford Arthur L. Frank, M.D. Jennifer Gavelek Alan and Linda Goldberg Harry and Lyne Halme Lori Hess Pleiss and Clark Hess Charles and Caroline Huebner Mary Jakocko Alan Jones Janet Kalbhen Mary Kamraczewski Linda and Bernard Kastory John and Anne Kern Alexandra Klein James and Jeannette Kreston Megan Levin Ron and Fifi Levin Steven Maass Donald L. MacCorquodale Harry and Karyn Madorin Walter Mah and Margaret Mattsson Richard Martinotti Maria McCabe Renee Menegaz-Bock and R. Darrell Bock Theodore Milby Loren Miller Stacey Newman Marie E. O’Connor Hiroshi and Kathleen Okano Tom and Jeanne Olofson Steve Palmquist and Kathryn Nuss Audrey and John Paton Sarah Pesetsky John F. Podjasek III Charitable Fund Andrew and Judy L. Porte John Powers Howard and Gail Regenbogen Ruud Roggekamp Linda Rosencranz Harriet and Irwin Ross Gregory Salah Nick Sarros Patricia Schostok Reese Mary Splude Randel Steele and Margaret Gonzales Hal S. Stewart

George Streeter and Kristina Howard Bernard Vrijburg Stacy Wells Jennifer Weuve and Jeffrey Gitelle Jon Will Ruth Ann Wisener

In Honor of Ben Johnson and Katie Blaski Drew Bishop

Hubbard Street appreciates the support of the corporations, foundations and individuals that contribute gifts up to $250 and regrets the inability to list their names due to space limitations. For any corrections to program name listings please contact the Development Office at 312-850-9744 Ext. 172 or mplatt@hubbardstreetdance.com

In Honor of Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Buck Dodson

GIFTS IN HONOR AND MEMORY Gifts made in honor and memory of others are meaningful ways to recognize individuals with special connections to Hubbard Street. For more information or to make a gift please contact the Development Office at 312-850-9744 ext. 172 or mplatt@hubbardstreetdance.com In Honor of Sara Albrecht Sandra Jaggi DiPasquale Madeleine Grynsztejn and Tom Shapiro Beth Heller Lisa Key Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad In Honor of William Carlos Angulo Esther Angulo In Honor of Meg Callahan Jonathan and Robin Plotkin In Honor of Edie and James Cloonan Harry and Karyn Madorin In Honor of Meredith Dincolo Andrew Dincolo In Honor of Patti Eylar Linda Hutson In Honor of Charles Gardner and Patti Eylar Greg Cameron and Greg Thompson

In Honor of Dietrich Klevorn Amy L. Carbone

In Honor of Marc Miller’s birthday David and Kathryn Donovan June Dorn Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Renee Haber-Schwartz George Horsman Linda and Bernard Kastory Steven Maass Ron and Elise Magers Robert and Barbara Mason Sally and Ted Miller Wayne Myers and Sarah Caldicott Ruth Nelson Tom and Jeanne Olofson In Honor of Jim Oates’ 90th Birthday Randy and Lisa White In Honor of Marie O’Connor’s induction as a Hubbard Street Life Director Rosemary McManamon In Honor of Jason Palmquist Brooke Flanagan In Honor of Rich Rodes Thomas J. Feie Kevin Kranzusch In Honor of Katherine Schostok Paul and Ann Krouse In Honor of Deborah Stonebraker Steven and Lauren Scheibe In Honor of Anya Jean Sweetwood John W. Sweetwood In Honor of Sallyan Windt Henry and Cookie Kohn Patricia Pell

Allied Live Advertising Athletico Physical Therapy Official Provider of Physical Therapy Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP Auditor Chicago Athletic Clubs Official Health Club Communiqué Graphic Design Graphic Design Embeya Preferred Restaurant Partner HMS Media Gala Décor KlearSky Solutions, LLC Web Development and Design LAZ Parking Parking Partner MAC Cosmetics Official Make-up Sponsor M/D/R Creative Gala Lights and Sound Park Grill Preferred Restaurant Partner The PrivateBank Financing and Banking Service Franczek Radelet, P.C. Jenner & Block, LLp Mosher & Wagenmaker, LLC Legal Services Seasons 52 Preferred Restaurant Partner Sunny Artist Management Inc. North American Representation Synapse Networks, Inc. IT Services Tito’s Handmade Vodka Spirits Sponsor

In Honor of the marriage of George Halik and Scott Wechsler George and Mary Perlstein

SPECIAL SERVICES ACME Hotel Company Preferred Hotel partner

Todd Rosenberg Photography Photography

In Honor of Chris Horsman’s birthday Donald Santoski and April Brazell

Adler Associated, Ltd. Mesirow Financial Insurance Services

Tourwerks, Inc. Tour Housing Negotiation

In Honor of Linda Hutson’s birthday Sallyan Windt

CONTRIBUTED MATERIALS AND SERVICES ACME Hotel Company Andy Cohen Athletico Robert and Joan Baizer Donald and Donna Baumgartner Bloomingdales Blue Plate Events Cannonball Wine Company Chateau Marmont Hotel Chef Freddy Cuisine Chicago Athletic Clubs Chicago Opera Theater Chicago Shakespeare Theater Lester Coney Bob Coscarelli Photography Embeya EXPO Chicago Goose Island Brew Co. Kenneth C. Griffin Intro Chicago Peter Ivanovich Kehoe Designs John Kelly Jr. LAZ Parking Lettuce Entertain You Lollapalooza MAC Cosmetics Mott Street Sarah J. Nolan Park Grill Joe Perillo James Raff Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Ravinia Festival Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Andrew Salzman Seabourn Seasons 52 Sepia Restaurant Ross Shelleman and Tricia Rooney Southwest Airlines The Denim Lounge The Langham Chicago The Ritz Carlton The Second City Tiffany & Co. Tito’s Handmade Vodka Tru United Airlines Zachys Wine and Liquor A Zaffarano Production Hubbard Street appreciates the support of in-kind contributors of gifts valued up to $250 and regrets the inability to list their names due to space limitations.

Kathleen Weber, M.D. Midwest Orthopedic at Rush

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WHO WE ARE Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director Lou Conte Founding Artistic Director

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Executive Committee Ellis Regenbogen++, Chair Sara Albrecht, President Camille E. Rudge, Secretary Mary Kay Shaw, Treasurer Richard L. Rodes, Assistant Treasurer Meg Siegler Callahan+, Immediate Past Chair Caryn Jacobs, VP Development Karen H. Lennon+, VP Board Development Alyssa Rapp, Assistant VP Board Development Marc Miller+, VP Artist Training Continuum Richard F. Tomlinson II, VP Facilities Marge Collens+ Sarah J. Nolan Byron Pollock++ Denise Stefan Ginascol Randy White+ Directors at Large Ross B. Bricker Corinne Brophy Joel Cory Dirk Denison Damian V. Dolyniuk Allan Drebin Paul Gignilliat Linda Hutson Karen Kuenster Betsy Stelle Morgan Maureen Mosh James F. Oates++ Sheila Owens Lauren Robishaw Katherine V. Schostok Deborah Stonebraker John E. Vazquez

Life Directors John W. Ballantine+ Edythe R. Cloonan++ Sondra Berman Epstein+ Stanley M. Freehling Charles R. Gardner Sandra P. Guthman+ James Mabie++ Marie E. O’Connor++ Timothy Schwertfeger++ Jack D. Tovin Sallyan Windt William N. Wood Prince+ +Past Board Chair ++ Past Board President

ARTISTIC STAFF Terence Marling Director of Hubbard Street 2 Lucas Crandall Rehearsal Director Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer Ishanee DeVas Company Manager Marisa C. Santiago Manager of Artistic Operations and Company Manager, Hubbard Street 2 Meredith Dincolo Artistic Associate and Coordinator of Pre-Professional Programs

HUBBARD STREET DANCERS Garrett Patrick Anderson Jesse Bechard Jacqueline Burnett Alejandro Cerrudo Alicia Delgadillo Kellie Epperheimer Jonathan Fredrickson Michael Gross Jason Hortin Alice Klock Emilie Leriche Ana Lopez Johnny McMillan Andrew Murdock Jane Rehm David Schultz Kevin J. Shannon Jessica Tong

HS2 DANCERS Zachary Enquist Elliot Hammans Jules Joseph Katie Kozul Adrienne Lipson Andrea Thompson

HS2 APPRENTICES Katlin Michael Bourgeois Natalie Leibert Megan Myers

PRODUCTION STAFF Jason Brown Director of Production Julie E. Ballard Stage Manager and Properties Master Kilroy G. Kundalini Audio Engineer

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Administration Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll General Manager Colleen Sonnefeldt Senior Manager of Finance and Administration Jessica Lotz Accounting and Operations Clerk External Affairs Bill Melamed Chief Marketing and Development Officer

Allan Waite Manager of Ticketing and Patron Services Zachary Whittenburg Manager of Communication Ron Wittman Manager of Corporate and Foundation Relations Victoria Palmer Marketing Coordinator Meghan Pioli Development Coordinator

Kalena Chevalier Associate Director of Development

Jose E. Gaona Development Assistant

Ronia Holmes Associate Director of Marketing

Sidney Cristol Advertising, Sales, and Ticketing

Brian Barasch Marketing Manager

YOUTH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Nicole Dionisio Annual Fund Manager

Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education, and Community Programs

Sarah McCarty Senior Manager of School Partnerships Kelsey Allison Youth Programs Manager Michelle Modrzejewski Community Programs Manager Jennifer Gunter Youth Programs Fellow Jessica Madden Teaching Artist Fellow

2014–15 ANNUAL REPORT Suzanne Appel Kalena Chevalier Zachary Whittenburg Peggy Fink Designer Communiqué Graphic Design Todd Rosenberg Photography (except where noted otherwise)

Stephan Panek Head Carpenter and Stage Operations Sam Begich Master Electrician Rebecca M. Shouse Wardrobe Supervisor Carol Miller Constance Thome Drapers Redding Baker Eli Hunstand Stitchers

“Hubbard Street Dance Chicago boasts a serious, technical rep heavy on enigmatic choreographers like William Forsythe and Jiří Kylián. But this season, the dancers have taken on a whole new challenge: sketch comedy.” —The Chicago Maroon

Jenni Schwaner Ladd Touring Wardrobe

LOU CONTE DANCE STUDIO Claire Bataille Director of the Lou Conte Dance Studio Krista Ellensohn Manager, Pre-Professional Programs Natalie Breitmeyer LCDS Kemper Fellow Erica Neal LCDS Kemper Fellow

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STAY TUNED FOR SEASON 38, which begins with a full evening of repertoire celebrating one of the most influential figures in contemporary dance: William Forsythe. And, by popular demand, the return of The Art of Falling which will be performed in Los Angeles and Chicago over the next year.

HUBBARD STREET DANCE CHICAGO 1147 West Jackson Boulevard Chicago, Illinois 60607 312-850-9744 hubbardstreetdance.com

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's 2015 Annual Report  
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's 2015 Annual Report  
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