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2014 ANNUAL REPORT


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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.

Hubbard Street Dancers Kellie Epperheimer and Johnny McMillan in Passomezzo by Ohad Naharin.


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A message from Hubbard Street’s Executive Leadership During the 2013–14 season, we were proud to make great strides toward expanding our program offerings in service of our mission to change lives through dance. Our in-school programs grew to reach 1,000 more Chicago Public School students with our choreographic process–based dance curriculum, and we also began reaching additional children in need by piloting a new Adaptive Dance Program for students on the autism spectrum. In an effort to inspire more audiences to engage with dance, we began a new collaboration with improvisation and sketch comedy company The Second City, designed to demystify the art of contemporary dance. And to ensure that our fans are able to experience the best contemporary dance has to offer, our repertoire now includes works by all of those whom Hubbard Street views as the five master contemporary choreographers working today — Nacho Duato, Mats Ek, William Forsythe, Jiří Kylián and Ohad Naharin — a programming coup 16 years in the making. This year we also took an important step towards transforming the lives of artists by instituting a new dancer salary structure that ensures annual raises for all company artists. We hope this model will not only increase the well-being of our dancers, for whom we provide year-round salaries and benefits, but may also be adopted by our peer organizations in the field. The endowment created for this initiative led to the greatest increase in the company’s assets in recent years. Hubbard Street strives to engage people and enrich lives through dance, every day, across Chicago and around the world. This report outlines just some of the people and places we were able to reach throughout the past year, thanks to the generosity of our donors, and the passion of our artists, staff, board members, audiences and students.

Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director

Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director

Hubbard Street Dancer Garrett Patrick Anderson in Petite Mort by Jiří Kylián.

Meg Siegler Callahan Chairman, Board of Directors


Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of our Season Sponsors and funders who made general operating contributions of $20,000 or more during the 2013–14 Season. Project-specific funders are recognized throughout this report.

Season Sponsors LETICO MARKS

Official Provider of Physical Therapy

Official Health Club

Lead Community Programs Sponsor

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


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➾ WEST JACKSON BOULEVARD IS HUBBARD STREET. Our studios and offices have been located in Chicago’s bustling, innovative West Loop neighborhood since 1998.

Hubbard Street Dancers Garrett Patrick Anderson and Ana Lopez in Petite Mort by Jiří Kylián.


➾ F STREET NORTHWEST IN WASHINGTON, D.C. IS HUBBARD STREET. Hubbard Street performed at the nation’s leading dance venues, including three performances at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. “What was unusual about Hubbard Street’s program…was the combination of so many different elements that kept you constantly engaged, surprised and inquisitive. Each work was a distinct feat of the imagination, a complete world in and of itself, and yet taken as a whole the evening had a kind of prickly coherence that felt fresh and alive.” —The Washington Post @NeezyPorter: Little mortal jump: Remarkable! Dancers’ technical abilities: Limitless. Choreographers: Genius!

➾ STARO SAJMIŠTE IN BELGRADE, SERBIA IS HUBBARD STREET.. Hubbard Street traveled to Serbia to open the 11th annual Belgrade Dance Festival. “At the opening ceremony of the festival, on March 30 at the Sava Center, visitors will see the full-length ballet One Thousand Pieces by famous American troupe Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, appearing for the first time in our region. Critics are unanimous in saying that the work, inspired by Marc Chagall’s stained glass, is a superb interpretation of the unpredictability of imagination.” —Danas Belgrade @HubbardStreet: hvala Vam puno! MT @DavenportEUSrb: Izuzetno otvaranje 11. #BelgradeDanceFestival fenomenalna predstava @HubbardStreet — svaka čast #BDF2014 Translation: @HubbardStreet: Thank you very much! MT @DavenportEUSrb: Excellent Opening to the 11th festival. #BelgradeDanceFestival Phenomenal performance @HubbardStreet — Congratulations #BDF2014 @d_nadezda: Mesmerizing @HubbardStreet opens 11. #BelgradeDanceFestival. AMAZING show! #BDF2014 #BeogradskiFestivalIgre

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 Dancer Ana Lopez in Petite Mort by Jiří Kylián.


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➾ CHICAGO’S EAST RANDOLPH STREET IS HUBBARD STREET.

Hubbard Street’s Fall Series at the Harris Theater included the world premiere of Fluence by company alumna Robyn Mineko Williams, whose work has been fostered by Hubbard Street’s Choreographic Development Initiative. This performance series also featured the world premiere Cloudless by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, Casi-Casa by Swedish master choreographer Mats Ek, and Passomezzo by vanguard Israeli dancemaker Ohad Naharin.

Music for Fluence was commissioned by the Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation.

Robyn Mineko Williams is a 2013 Princess Grace Awards winner, Choreography Fellowship

Marge and Lew Collens J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation John and Jeanne Rowe Fall Series Sponsors


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“Like renowned international choreographer William Forsythe, who in his works constantly reorients the viewer toward new perspectives, [Robyn Mineko] Williams peels away the complexities of movement mechanics to keep her stark and potent vision intact.” —Minneapolis Star-Tribune @antoniacallas: Loved @HubbardStreet performance last Sat. Mats Ek is one of the most astonishing choreographers working today. @ktmcdid: Good LORD @HubbardStreet is beautiful. Love my home team. @WFMTweetie: Overheard during @HubbardStreet intermission at @HarrisTheater: “Isn’t Robyn Williams amazing?! She is someone to watch!” Yes, yes she is. Performed at

Hubbard Street Dancers Alice Klock, left, and Emilie Leriche in Fluence by Robyn Mineko Williams.

John and Caroline Ballantine Meg and Tim Callahan Joel and Katie Cory Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson and Mark Ferguson Linda Hutson Sarah J. Nolan Sallyan Windt Choreographer’s Circle Members, Fluence

Dirk Denison and David Salkin Individual Sponsors, Cloudless Meg and Tim Callahan Choreographer’s Circle Members, Cloudless Meg and Tim Callahan Allen and Ellen Drebin Sponsors, Season Opening Celebration


Hubbard Street’s Winter Series featured the return, by popular demand, of Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo’s One Thousand Pieces: a full company, full-evening work inspired by artist Marc Chagall’s America Windows and dedicated to Mayor Rahm Emanuel.

The Prince Prize for Commissioning Original Work One Thousand Pieces was created with funds from the Prince Prize for Commissioning Original Work, which was awarded to Alejandro Cerrudo and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in 2012.

The Davee Foundation Funder, Choreographic Development Initiative Exelon Grosvenor Corporate Sponsors


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“Even on a second viewing, One Thousand Pieces lulls and teases and enchants, offering a seductive vision of human life and love writ large. ★★★★.” —Chicago Tribune @HannaDiLorenzo: I still can’t get over @HubbardStreet’s One Thousand Pieces! It was the most amazing thing ever! #1KP @RyanRetartha: Catching Cerrudo’s One Thousand Pieces @HarrisTheater. Incredible. Never seen production like this in dance before.

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Hubbard Street Dancer Jacqueline Burnett in One Thousand Pieces by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo.

Meg and Tim Callahan Dirk Denison and David Salkin Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson Individual Sponsors

John and Caroline Ballantine Joyce Chelberg Marge and Lew Collens Linda Hutson Jane and Michael Strauss Liz and Don Thompson Sallyan Windt Choreographer’s Circle Members


Hubbard Street’s Spring Series at the Harris Theater featured four landmark works by renowned Czech-born, Holland-based choreographer Jiří Kylián — the first of five programs dedicated to master artists we plan to present in coming seasons.

Spring Series Sponsor

Diversity Partner


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@esotericdance: You know it’s a great performance when you literally move to the front edge of your seat when each piece begins #4xJK @HubbardStreet “If there’s any doubt about Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s celebrated reputation, a look at their spring season is evidence of its well-deserved stature.” —World Arts Today @therealjustus: After seeing @HubbardStreet do Kylián’s work I can hear my soul breathing. #dream “There is a movement language at work here that transcends steps and encompasses a whole theatrical world that the dancers inhabited with particular precision and poignancy.” —See Chicago Dance Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Falling Angels by Jiří Kylián.

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Sara Albrecht Richard L. Rodes Individual Sponsors, Sarabande and Falling Angels Sarah J. Nolan Choreographer’s Circle Member, Sarabande and Falling Angels


Above: Hubbard Street Dancer Meredith Dincolo in Falling Angels by Jiří Kylián.

Right: From left: Hubbard Street Board Member Frances C. Henkel, Bold Moves for Bold Women Honorary Chair Pamela Cullerton, and Hubbard Street Board Chair Meg Siegler Callahan, at Baker & McKenzie, LLP. Photo by Robert F. Carl.


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Hubbard Street welcomed more than 250 guests to Baker & McKenzie overlooking Millennium Park on March 13, 2014 for Hubbard Street’s 11th annual Bold Moves for Bold Women event, celebrating female leadership in business and the arts. Sarah J. Nolan Event Chair Aurora Abella Austriaco Pamela Cullerton Honorary Chairs

AT&T Meg and Tim Callahan Citizens for John Cullerton Clark Hill PLC HBK Engineering, LLC. PhRMA Event Sponsors

Diversity Partner Catering Sponsor

Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson and Mark Ferguson Lead Sponsors

Spirits Sponsor

Contributing Sponsor Graphic Design


Hubbard Street’s Summer Series included William Forsythe’s pivotal 1993 work Quintett, which in 2012 Hubbard Street was the first U.S.-based company to acquire; Gnawa, created for the company in 2005 by Nacho Duato, incoming intendant at Staatsballett Berlin; and The Impossible, the 13th world premiere for Hubbard Street’s main company by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. The performance Friday, June 6 was simulcast live to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park, free and open to the public.

Summer Series Sponsor Community Engagement Partner

Meg and Tim Callahan Joel and Katie Cory Lauren Robishaw Richard and Barbara Silverman Bill and Orli Staley Randy and Lisa White Individual Sponsors, The Impossible


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➾ MILLENNIUM PARK IS HUBBARD STREET.

@_MOZAWA_: Going to @HubbardStreet broadcast @Millennium_Park. Love dance. Love the company. Love being outside in summer! “Not only is every one of the artists in this troupe highly accomplished individually, but together they have developed a remarkable group ethos that enables them to dance as a single organism without sacrificing any of that individuality. [The Summer Series was] comprised of fiendishly difficult pieces, each with a very different tone… The company (just back from a successful engagement as an opening event at the prestigious Spoleto Festival in Charleston, South Carolina), danced them all brilliantly.” —Chicago Sun-Times @mollypg: Gonna be chewing on @HubbardStreet’s “The Impossible” for awhile. Fantastic stuff! @DreamwallsGlass: After setting up yesterday, I was able to go see @HubbardStreet and was blown away by their season ender “The Impossible.” #NeoCon14 @GWDanceWriter: Quintett is such a moving ode to immortality & a dance poem to remind us that the simplest things in life are the moments worth hanging onto Performed at

Hubbard Street Dancer Kevin J. Shannon in Gnawa by Nacho Duato.

Sarah J. Nolan Choreographer’s Circle member, The Impossible Costumes for The Impossible were underwritten by John and Jeanne Rowe.


Hubbard Street 2 gave 31 performances and presented two new works by International Commissioning Project winners. DesertDweller by Alex Soares of S達o Paulo, Brazil, and from the floor below by Loni Landon, based in New York City, both premiered at a special engagement at the Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts. @carinasaffron: Hubbard Street 2 was PURE PERFECTION

Butler Family Foundation Funder, HS2 Hubbard Street 2 Dancers Brandon Lee Alley, left, and Andrea Thompson in By the skin of my teeth by Gregory Dolbashian. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.


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➾ NORTH EAST STREET IN BLOOMINGTON, ILLINOIS IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Hubbard Street initiated a new and innovative dancer salary structure, thanks to a six-figure gift from Meg and Tim Callahan. This marked an important step forward in Hubbard Street’s long-term commitment to the health and wellness of our artists, which includes providing our dancers with excellent benefits unmatched by other companies, including full-year employment, year-round insurance, six weeks of vacation, membership in partnering health clubs, and daily access to physical therapy at home in Chicago and on tour. Hubbard Street Dancers Meredith Dincolo and Jonathan Fredrickson, foreground, in rehearsal for Petite Mort by Jiří Kylián with Andrew Murdock, left, and Jason Hortin. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.


Hubbard Street’s 3rd annual luxury wine tasting, TASTE, was hosted by Chef J. Joho at his Michelin-starred restaurant, Everest. Chef J. Joho Owner and Proprietor, Everest John Hart Chairman, Hart Davis Hart Ross Shelleman Chief Executive Officer, Target Data Co-Chairs

Meg and Tim Callahan Sponsors Everest Hart Davis Hart Presenters


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➾ SOUTH LASALLE STREET IS HUBBARD STREET.

Left above: Hubbard Street Board Member Randy White, left, and Hubbard Street Executive Director Jason D. Palmquist. Photo ©GreyMatter Photography Chicago. Left below: From left: Tim Callahan, Meg Siegler Callahan, Megan Levin, Lauren Robishaw, Randy White and John Hart. Photo ©GreyMatter Photography Chicago. Above: Hubbard Street Dancer Emilie Leriche in Agape by Andrew Wright. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.


➾ EAST MONROE STREET IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Our fifth year of partnership with the Art Institute of Chicago highlighted the museum’s acclaimed collection of paintings by Old Masters such as Titian, Perronneau and de la Tour. @HubbardStreet: Tue Apr 8 @artinstitutechi: Dive into Spain’s Golden Age with Hubbard Street 2 + live music on period instruments. @artinstitutechi: Thursday @HubbardStreet dancers perform in response to the newly acquired Neapolitan crèche. Hubbard Street 2 Dancer Adrienne Lipson in the Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Gallery at the Art Institute of Chicago.


➾ MICHIGAN AVENUE IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Hubbard Street’s 11th annual partnership with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra included a collaboration between Hubbard Street 2 and the Citizen Musician Fellows of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. These two companies of young professionals performed together for the first time on June 6, 2014 at Symphony Center, in Buntrock Hall. @n_fister24: Thank you @HubbardStreet for an amazing show tonight! #inspired Hubbard Street 2 Dancers perform “In C” by Terry Riley with the Citizen Musician Fellows of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago, in Buntrock Hall at Symphony Center. Center: Hubbard Street 2 Dancer Andrea Thompson, with, from left: Lissa Smith, Jules Joseph, Richard Walters and Odbayar Batsuuri.


➾ NORTH COLUMBUS DRIVE IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Our Season 36 Spotlight Ball honored dance legend Mikhail Baryshnikov and featured an exclusive preview of our groundbreaking collaboration with The Second City. Richard L. Rodes Chair

Meg and Tim Callahan Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Mr. Kenneth C. Griffin Sarah J. Nolan Benefactors

@katebertrand: Wonderful fundraiser tonight @HubbardStreet recognizing Mikhail Baryshnikov presented by @RahmEmanuel.

“I look at Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s history and truly appreciate its goals and mission. The company has roots in classic forms and techniques, but is always evolving, always looking for something new in dance. Hubbard Street’s directors and administrators nurture the next generation of dance artists, and believe strongly in the importance of arts education.” —Mikhail Baryshnikov @HubbardStreet: The name “Hubbard Street” is “‘a stamp of excellence,’ Mr. Baryshnikov said.” @ShiaKapos reports @CrainsChicago. @HubbardStreet: We approve this message RT @melaniekahl: Note to self: Always go to parties with @HubbardStreet dancers. Mikhail Baryshinkov accepts Hubbard Street’s Season 36 Spotlight Award at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park. Photo by Jennifer Girard.


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We offered more than 70 classes per week at the Lou Conte Dance Studio, in ballet, jazz, modern, hip-hop, African, dance-fitness, musical theater and tap techniques, as well as master classes and workshops with some of the nation’s leading dance artists. Nearly 5,000 students of all abilities and skill levels attended classes at LCDS. Jane Ellen Murray Foundation Principal Contributor

@cachern: First class at Hubbard Street. Easily the greatest experience of my life. @KatelynVanTuyl: Taking class at Lou Conte this morning. #soexcited #andnervous #contemporary @HubbardStreet: #ALLCAPS #FTW MT @Teddy_G535: SO HAPPY BECAUSE I TOOK A JAZZ CLASS TODAY AND ACTUALLY GOT TO LEAP AND I HAVENT LEAPT IN AGES @HubbardStreet

The Lou Conte Dance Studio’s scholarship program supported 23 students and gave them opportunities to participate in master classes, Hubbard Street repertoire workshops, and to receive one-on-one mentoring from LCDS Director Claire Bataille. The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Funder, LCDS Scholarship Program

@MeierBrenna: Dancing with @HubbardStreet this week was amazing @TayneMarie: Nothing like a pro modern technique class at Hubbard Street to get back in shape #legit Students in modern technique class at the Lou Conte Dance Studio.


➾ IOWA CITY’S DAVENPORT STREET IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Our Summer Intensive program in Chicago welcomed 119 students, in addition to 64 attending our on-campus Summer Intensive program at the University of Iowa. Auditions for these programs were held in Miami, Pittsburgh, New York City, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Iowa City, Baltimore and Austin, drawing 670 attendees. Expanding its Pre-Professional Programs year-round, Hubbard Street offered its first Winter Intensive in Chicago â&#x20AC;&#x201D; a five-day Choreography Workshop with Jonathan Fredrickson â&#x20AC;&#x201D; and a three-day Studio Workshop at LCDS with choreographer Robyn Mineko Williams. @Teddy_G535: About to take class at Hubbard Street <3 #soexcited #yaydance

Dancer Development Patron

Hubbard Street Summer Intensive student Ginny Ngo in class at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.


➾ WEST OHIO STREET IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Hubbard Street served 7,212 students and 158 teachers with in-school residencies and performances, interactive professional performances, professional development workshops, and through Hubbard Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Youth Dance Program at the Hubbard Street Dance Center. Youth, Education & Community Programs are supported by:

Lead Community Programs Sponsor

Leading Foundation Supporter

Community Engagement Partner

Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen Brach Foundation Crown Family Philanthropies Discover The Field Foundation of Illinois Golder Family Foundation

William Randolph Hearst Foundation Jackson National Life Insurance Company The PrivateBank Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Foundation A. Montgomery Ward Foundation

The MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program is funded by MetLife Foundation and administered by the National Guild for Community Arts Education.

@designingaround: 1,500 children giggling, oohing, and ahing while watching @HubbardStreet is a wonderful sound! @CPS_Arts @ChiPubSchools From left: Nigel Lythgoe, creator and executive producer of So You Think You Can Dance and Co-President and a founding member of the Dizzy Feet Foundation; actress and Dizzy Feet board member Jenna Elfman; and Kathryn Humphreys, Director of Hubbard Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Youth, Education and Community Programs.


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As Chicagoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s West Loop becomes increasingly diverse and residential, our Youth Dance Programs at the Hubbard Street Dance Center bring ever more young people into our studios from throughout the neighborhood. More than $35,000 in scholarships offered each year allow families to participate in creative movement classes focused on self-expression and progressive study in multiple dance techniques. @KashaKHdancer: I have watched Hubbard Street videos ALL WEEKEND #perfection

Hubbard Street was one of the first arts and culture organizations approved by the CPS board to provide long-term school programming aligned with the new Arts Education Initiative. Our organization was selected by a team of evaluators at CPS Central Office as highly qualified to provide school residencies and professional development. @kath_humphreys: Fourth graders at West Park showcase their simple machine dances from their @HubbardStreet residency. @CPS_Arts @JennaElfman: Had a VERY inspiring afternoon with @dizzyfeet visiting @HubbardStreet Dance Center in Chicago! Beautiful professional work & Youth Programs! Hubbard Street Youth Dance Program student.


Hubbard Street worked to help reach the Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Arts Education plan’s goal for “every art, every student” by restructuring our programs to include a wider variety of entry points into a quality dance education. Our Movement as Partnership in-school residency program now includes three partnership levels, providing a pathway for schools to be introduced to Hubbard Street’s programs and gradually reach more advanced levels of partnership, allowing us to serve 1,000 more students annually. “Watching students develop confidence in themselves and their choices has been rewarding while teaching for Hubbard Street. When we first started working together, everyone was very shy and eager to fit in; to be the same. No one wanted to stand out. It’s exciting to see students take the risk of being an individual — to risk being unique and distinct from everyone else. More than that, it’s rewarding to watch students appreciate and honor their classmates’ differences in order to cultivate an environment that promotes and respects bold, creative personal choices.” –Classroom teacher @dizzyfeet: I’m looking forward to going to Hubbard Street with @JennaElfman tomorrow for the #DizzyFeetFoundation. They’re a great organization. Mitchell Elementary School student participates in Hubbard Street Education Programs in the classroom.


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➾ NORTH TRIPP AVENUE IS HUBBARD STREET.


➾ EAST CHICAGO AVENUE IS HUBBARD STREET.


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Hubbard Street piloted a new Adaptive Dance Program geared toward serving students with disabilities. The curriculum was developed by Hubbard Street Education staff and experts from organizations such as the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, Rush Orthopedics, Columbia College Chicago, Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association, and the Resource Center for Autism and Developmental Delays at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Adaptive Dance Program Partner

Hubbard Street’s Parkinson’s Project, the Midwest’s oldest Parkinson’s dance program, welcomed 60 Parkinson’s patients and family members. Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Funder

“By challenging me with moves and balances I would never have done on my own, I have been able to expand my physical capacities, which had been dormant. The classes also put me in contact with other PD patients with whom I can compare and learn from their experiences. All in all, the dance class has helped me considerably, both physically and emotionally.” —Parkinson’s Project participant Parkinson’s Project participants at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.


➾ NORTH CENTRAL PARK AVENUE IS HUBBARD STREET..


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We served 758 parents and children with our Family Workshops at partner schools, the Hubbard Street Dance Center, Garfield Park Conservatory, Center on Halsted, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Chicago Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Museum, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Emmy-nominated actress Jenna Elfman observes rehearsal for Hubbard Streetâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Season 36 Spring Series at the Hubbard Street Dance Center.


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


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LOCAL SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1. Greeley Elementary 2. Mitchell Elementary 3. Talcott Elementary 4. Sawyer Elementary 5. Avondale-Logandale Elementary 6. Clay Elementary 7. Hendricks Elementary

21. Haugan Elementary 22. Dett Elementary 23. Shields Elementary 24. Chicago Math & Science Academy 25. Stock Elementary 26. Kellman Elementary 27. Bell Elementary

8. Hamline Elementary

OAK PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS 28. Hatch School

9. Darwin Elementary

29. Whittier School

10. Passages Charter

30. Beye School

11. Linne Elementary

OTHER PARTNERS 31. Lycée Français Chicago

12. Saucedo Academy 13. Garvy Elementary 14. Mozart Elementary 15. Clark Elementary 16. George Washington Elementary

32. CICS Prairie 33. LEARN Charter School 34. Namaste Charter School 35. JCFS Therapeutic Day School

17. Ogden International 18. Edwards Elementary 19. Nobel Elementary 20. West Park Elementary

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BLOOMINGTON

ANN ARBOR

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NEW YORK CITY

CHICAGO

WASHINGTON, D.C.

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LUDENSCHEID ISERLOHN

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➾ EAST WHEELOCK STREET IS HUBBARD STREET. ➾ GEORGE STREET IS HUBBARD STREET. ➾ HENNEPIN AVENUE IS HUBBARD STREET. ➾ SELIKUMER STRASSE IS HUBBARD STREET. ➾ WEST 19TH STREET IN MANHATTAN IS HUBBARD STREET.

@nathgad: @HubbardStreet: Thank you for a great evening. Fluidity of movements, touching multiple pas de deux. Beautiful music. @kittykatwiersum: Obsessed with Kyle Abraham’s new work for @HubbardStreet. Truly phenomenal! And the outside broadcast was perfect, fireworks and all :) @annieistweeting: Do yourself a favor: See @HubbardStreet. One Thousand Pieces @CanadasNAC was spectacular! @Feniksovo_oko: Absolutely magnificent! Unreal fluidity and excellent dancers. @HubbardStreet @PaulHyde7: Riveting performance of “Falling Angels” by @HubbardStreet at @SpoletoFestival: breathtaking precision, energy & athleticism. #SFUSA #SCArts @sistercatalyst: This Christmas I just want books! And tickets to see Hubbard Street and a massage. Hubbard Street Dancers Kevin J. Shannon, foreground, and Kellie Epperheimer in 27'52" by Jiří Kylián.


STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF AUGUST 31, 2014 AND 2013 Assets............................................................................................ 2014

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2013

Cash and equivalents............................................................................ $260,019

$200,505

Pledges and accounts receivable...........................................................536,142

708,059

Other current assets................................................................................335,315

369,750

Net property and equipment............................................................. 3,553,651

3,649,156

Other assets..........................................................................................5,967,958

4,514,950

Total Assets.................................................................................... $10,653,085

$9,442,420

Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities. .................................................................................$904,289

$824,267

Long-term liabilities............................................................................. 1,378,582

1,432,781

Net assets, unrestricted.......................................................................2,271,614

2,475,717

Net assets, temporarily restricted..................................................... 2,235,477

1,269,357

Net assets, permanently restricted. .................................................. 3,863,123

3,440,298

Total Liabilities and Net Assets. ................................................ $10,653,085

$9,442,420


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STATEMENTS OF ACTIVITIES YEARS ENDED AUGUST 31, 2014 AND 2013 Revenues and Other Support.............................................................2014 Performance revenue. ........................................................................... $1,401,283

... 2013

$1,424,142

Contributions Foundation, corporate, individual and government grants........... 2,977,647

1,567,496

Donated services and materials.............................................................198,475

257,852

Gala and special events........................................................................... 925,719

1,291,261

Lou Conte Dance Studio revenues and other income................... 1,402,079

1,356,702

Education Programs...................................................................................... 513,771

354,827

Total Revenues and Other Support.................................................. $7,418,974

$6,252,280

Expenses Program services Performances..................................................................................... $3,289,229

$3,479,198

Lou Conte Dance Studio........................................................................ 832,428

825,991

Education Programs................................................................................654,820

552,591

Support Services Development............................................................................................ 580,414

611,500

Gala & Special Events............................................................................. 283,014

371,925

Marketing. .................................................................................................425,753

396,673

Finance & administration. ...................................................................... 494,221

564,494

Facility & IT................................................................................................ 91,948

89,962

Total Expenses...................................................................................... $6,651,827

$6,892,334

Change in beneficial trust............................................................................ 68,325

42,398

Loss on interest rate swap.......................................................................... (19,757)

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Realized gain/(loss) on marketable securities........................................... 95,875

61,460

Unrealized gain/(loss) on marketable securities...................................... 273,253

50,286

Change in Net Assets.......................................................................... $1,184,843

($485,910)

Hubbard Street Dancers Ana Lopez, left, and Jonathan Fredrickson in The Impossible by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, during the companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Summer Series Simulcast from the Harris Theater for Music and Dance to the Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park.


Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of the following corporations, foundations, government agencies and individuals who made gifts to our Annual Fund between September 1, 2013 and August 31, 2014: CORPORATE SUPPORT $50,000 and above Allstate Insurance Company Athletico Physical Therapy Chicago Athletic Clubs Harris Theater for Music and Dance Target $25,000–$49,999 The Chicago Community Trust/ The Sun-Times Foundation Exelon Grosvenor Capital Management, LP $10,000–$24,999 ACME Hotel Company Archer Daniels Midland Company Baker & McKenzie LLP Deloitte GoodSmith Gregg & Unruh LLP ITW JPMorgan Chase & Co. MAC Cosmetics Northern Trust The PrivateBank USG Corporation Walgreens $5,000–$9,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Arnstein & Lehr, LLP Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Discover Higgins Development Partners Jackson National Life Insurance Company Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg, LLP Ventas Charitable Foundation Wessex 504 Corporation Winston & Strawn, LLP $2,500–$4,999 Advocate Commercial Real Estate Brown Brothers Harriman Citizens for John Cullerton Clark Hill PLC Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP HBK Engineering, LLC Instant Technology NorthMarq Capital PhRMA William Blair & Company

$1,000–$2,499 Allied Live, LLC Amsted Industries Ariel Investments AT&T Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Baxter International Greenberg Traurig, LLP Ideal KlearSky Solutions, Inc. KPMG Priester Aviation Sahara Enterprises, Inc. Tiedemann Wealth Management Tito’s Handmade Vodka

FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT SUPPORT $100,000 and above The Davee Foundation $50,000–$99,999 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation National Endowment for the Arts Polk Bros. Foundation The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous (2) Julius N. Frankel Foundation William Randolph Hearst Foundation Walter E. Heller Foundation Illinois Arts Council Agency Prince Charitable Trusts The Rhoades Foundation Sage Foundation $10,000–$24,999 Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen Brach Foundation The Dizzy Feet FoundationTM The Field Foundation of Illinois The Irving Harris Foundation The James S. Kemper Foundation MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust Princess Grace Foundation-USA

$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 Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Jerome Robbins Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Foundation A. Montgomery Ward Foundation $500–$4,999 Anonymous Modestus Bauer Foundation Butler Family Foundation Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Sirius Fund The Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT Artistic Director’s Society $50,000 and above Meg and Tim Callahan Paul and Ellen Gignilliat $25,000–$49,999 Joyce Chelberg Marge and Lew Collens Lauren Robishaw John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Bill and Orli Staley $10,000–$24,999 Sara Albrecht Joel and Katie Cory Sarah J. Nolan J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Richard L. Rodes R. Penny Rodes DeMott Richard and Barbara Silverman Jane and Michael Strauss Richard and Ann Tomlinson Randy and Lisa White


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$5,000–$9,999 John and Caroline Ballantine James and Edie Cloonan Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson and Mark Ferguson Harry and Marcy Harczak Carey Heckman Linda Hutson James and Margaret Johnson Peter and Karen Lennon Jim and Kay Mabie John E. Miller, Jr. Jane Ellen Murray James F. Oates Byron and Judy Pollock William and Eleanor Revelle Jack and Niki Tovin Sallyan Windt Sustaining DanceMakers $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous Corinne Brophy Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Richard and Mary Gray John L. Hammond II Patricia Harper Ron and Elise Magers Nancy Lauter McDougal Abby O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes John and Mary Raitt Eric and Tammy Steele John Sweetwood Premier DanceMakers $1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (3) Greg Albiero Gary and Carolyn Beller John Blosser Stuart Brainerd Paul and Christine Branstad Jeanne Brett Nancy J. Brown John and Leslie Henner Burns Charles Capwell and Isabel Wong Gerald and Susan Cohen The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner Jana French and Peter Gotsch Ethel and William Gofen David Johnson Jim and Lisa Knight Christine Knuth Martin and Patricia Koldyke Howard and Gail Lanznar Michael and Roslyn Lieb Pamela G. Meyer Sally and Ted Miller Alexandra and John Nichols

Julie O’Connell Patricia and Candace Parchem Peter and Eleanor Pollack Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Tom and Cece Ricketts Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Mary Kay Shaw Dawn Stanislaw Dusan Stefoski and Craig Savage Marilee C. Unruh Michael and Linda Welsh DancePartners $500–$999 Sheila and James Amend Robert Arensman Duncan and Denise Ashurst Lawrence Berlin Tom and Tina Berry Marlene Breslow-Blitstein Mary Connelly Jim and Deb Ford Jo Ellen Granson Alan Hinds George T. Jones, M.D. and V. Lynn Jones Jessica Kaplan Lundeval Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Michelle McCarthy David Mekemson and Irene Petruniak Mara Miller Edward and Gayla Nieminen Hiroshi and Kathleen Okano Charlene Osborne Karen Pierce Sarah Reynolds Janice Rodgers Michael and Bonnie Rothman Rhoda Sweeney and Fred Drucker Alexander Templeton Wayne F. Tjaden Mary Ellen Toll and William Heimann Paul Waas Keven and Nick Wilder Susan Wright William Ziemann $250–$499 Randy and Lorraine Barba Robert and Joell Brightfelt Kristen Brogdon and David Ulaszek Linda S. Buckley John Cochrane and Elizabeth Fama Helene Connolly Duane M DesParte Barry and Vicki Dickerson Andrew and Diann Dincolo Thomas Durica Joan and Warren Eagle Arthur L. Frank, M.D. Julie L. Gentes

Jo Ellen Granson Mary Kamraczewski Alexandra Klein Henry and Cookie Kohn Ron and Fifi Levin Donald L. MacCorquodale Peggy Madden and Richard Phillips Harry Madorin Stephen and Susan Bass Marcus Jim McMillan Sandra McNaughton Theodore Milby Leo and Cathy Miserendino Jonna Mogab Victor and Faye Morgenstern Marie E. O’Connor Steve Palmquist and Kathryn Nuss Christopher Parker and Anni Luneau Cathy Peponis Sarah Pesetsky Andrew and Judy L. Porte Elizabeth Price and Louis Yecies Warner and Judy Rosenthal Richard Rusz Barbara Singer Randel Steele and Margaret Gonzales Patricia Sternberg Hal S. Stewart Mary Summers Stacy Wells Karen Wilmot Sharlene Young For any corrections to name listings please contact the Development Office at 312-850-9744 ext. 172 or ndionisio@hubbardstreetdance.com.

LOU CONTE FOUNDERS SOCIETY Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is grateful to the following individuals who have included us in their estate plans. Meg and Tim Callahan Josephine H. Deutsch* Marge and Lew Collens Edward and Gayla Nieminen Richard L. Rodes Sarah J. Nolan James F. Oates Edna K. Papazian* Byron Pollock Alyssa J. Rapp Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Landon N. Stigall* J. Randall White *deceased


HONOR/MEMORIAL GIFTS

In Honor of Randy and Lisa White Jonathan Basofin

Seasons 52 Preferred Restaurant Partner

In Honor of Sallyan Windt Henry and Cookie Kohn

Sunny Artist Management North American Representation

In Honor of Donald Ablyn’s Birthday Michael and Roslyn Lieb

SPECIAL SERVICES

Synapse Networks, Inc IT Services

In Honor of Meg Callahan Gerald and Carolyn Beller Gerald and Susan Cohen Alexandra Klein

Allied Live Advertising

Tribute and Memorial gifts are a meaningful way to recognize individuals who have a connection to Hubbard Street.

In Honor of Meg Callahan’s Birthday Mara Miller Martha Pineda David and Gabrielle Rousso Julie Zussman In Honor of Jim and Edie Cloonan Harry Madorin In Honor of Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson Denise and Duncan Ashurst Peter and Hillary Tyor In Memory of Alfred L. McDougal Byron and Judy Pollock In Honor of Marc Miller’s Birthday Donald Santoski and April Brazell In Memory of Patrick Schieble Stuart and Marilyn Buxbaum Division of Anesthesiology-Geisinger Health System Nancy Fowlkes Robert and Millie Hibben John and Susan Hutchinson Marion and Irene Garrens David and Kathleen Klein Patrick Konitzer Sarah Reynolds Henrietta Schieble and Gloria Fischer Susan Schieble Barbara Singer Allen Smart In Honor of John Vazquez Randi Grifka Charlene Osborne In honor of Joan and Marco Weiss’ 40th Anniversary Ms. Elizabeth Hoffman Margaret and Robert Kimble Miriam Lazar

ACME Hotel Company Preferred Hotel Partner

Athletico 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 Video Services Revel Global Events 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 Plum Market Preferred Grocery Partner The PrivateBank Financial and Banking Services Franczek Radelet, P.C. Jenner & Block, LLP Mosher & Wagenmaker, LLC Legal Services

Tito’s Handmade Vodka Spirits Sponsor Todd Rosenberg Photography Photography Tourwerks Entertainment Travel Tour Housing Negotiation Kathleen Webre, M.D. Senaida Echevarria Midwest Orthopedic at Rush

CONTRIBUTED MATERIALS AND SERVICES ACME Hotel Company Meg and Tim Callahan Baker & McKenzie, LLP Bartlit Beck Herman Palanchar & Scott Llp Bloomingdales Cannonball Wine Company Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner Chasm Group Chateau Marmont Hotel Chef Freddy Cuisine Chicago Athletic Clubs Chicago Bulls Andy Cohen Sandi Cooksey Creative Artists Agency Embeya Everest Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac Lindsey French HMS Media Hogsalt Hospitality Jetblue Juyamcyn Theaters LAZ parking Limelight Catering Lollapalooza MAC Cosmetics Modern Luxury, Chicago Moet & Chandon Park Grill Sarah J. Nolan Seabourn


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Seasons 52 Skandal SkinnyPop Popcorn John Svoboda Terlato Wine Group, The Hinckley Company The Nines, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Portland The Plaza Hotel Titoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Handmade Vodka Constance Thome Kellen Walker 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.

SPOTLIGHT BALL Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is grateful to the following individuals, corporations and foundations that made gifts in support of the Season 36 Spotlight Ball. Chair Richard L. Rodes $25,000-$49,999 Meg and Tim Callahan Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Kenneth C. Griffin Grosvenor Capital Management, L.P. Sarah J. Nolan Lauren Robishaw $10,000-$24,999 Allstate Archer Daniels Midland Co. Ross Bricker and Nina Vinik JPMorgan Chase The Chicago Community Trust Marge and Lew Collens Michael and Janet Colleran William Escamilla Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson and Mark Ferguson David Herro and Jay Franke Illinois Tool Works, Inc. Caryn Jacobs and Dan Cedarbaum David and Suzu Neithercut Northern Trust The PrivateBank Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Jane and Michael Strauss The Sun-Times Foundation USG Corporation

$5,000-$9,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Athletico Dirk Denison and David Salkin Higgins Development Partners Mark and Julie Hosfield Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Karen Kuenster Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Neal, Gerber, & Eisenberg LLP Paul and Tammy Petricca Byron and Judy Pollock R. Penny Rodes DeMott Richard L. Rodes Mary Kay Shaw Morton and Carol Siegler Richard and Barbara Silverman Richard and Ann Tomlinson Randy and Lisa White Winston & Strawn LLP $1,000-$4,999 Sara Albrecht Allied Live Ariel Investments Robert Arensman Baxter International Inc. Meredith Bluhm-Wolf Corinne Brophy Nancy J. Brown Linda S. Buckley Joyce Chelberg James and Edie Cloonan Steven Collens Joel and Katie Cory Ann Curley Damian Dolyniuk and Kelly Royer Jones Day Philip and Marsha Dowd Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Allan and Ellen Drebin Exelon James Fiffer Mary Galvin Mike Golden Carol and David Golder James and Andrea Gordon Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Richard and Mary Gray Greenberg Traurig, LLP Heidi and John Grinney Deborah Gross Jack and Sandra Guthman Bruce R. Hague Brad and Julia Hall Jayne Hanauer Steven and Valerie Hartmann Fay Hartog-Levin John and Leslie Henner Burns Scott Hensley

Steven Hodges Sheldon P. Holzman Jill Hutchison and David Rosholt Ideal Mary Jakocko Ron Kaminski Anne Kaplan Kimberly Kelley Joe Klein KPMG LLP Jim and Kay Mabie Karen Matusinec Sandra McNaughton Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Helen H. Melchior Maureen Mosh John Nersesian NorthMarq Capital James F. Oates Jason Ott Patricia and Candace Parchem Polk Bros. Foundation Ashley Quicksilver John and Naomi Reese Camille and Kevin Rudge John and Alice Sabl Michael Santucci Lauren and Steve Scheibe Eileen Schiller Carleen Schreder and Ralph Musicant Dawn Stanislaw Arthur Susman Peter Thompson Jack and Niki Tovin John Tullsen Marilee C. Unruh John E. Vazquez and Paul Gleixner Ventas Jeffrey Weidell Joan and Marco Weiss Sallyan Windt For any corrections to name listings please contact the Development Office at 312-850-9744 ext. 172 or ndionisio@hubbardstreetdance.com.


Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director Lou Conte Founder

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

Advisory Board Sandra P. Guthman+, Chair John W. Ballantine+ Edythe R. Cloonan++ Philip and Marsha Dowd Sondra Berman Epstein+ Stanley M. Freehling Charles R. Gardner Averill Leviton James Mabie++ Marie E. Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor++ Timothy Schwertfeger++ Jack D. Tovin Sallyan Windt William N. Wood Prince+ Pinchas Zukerman

ARTISTIC STAFF

HS2 DANCERS Brandon Lee Alley Jules Joseph Katie Kozul Lissa Smith Andrea Thompson

HS2 APPRENTICES Odbayar Batsuri Adrienne Lipson

PRODUCTION STAFF Jason Brown Lighting and Technical Director Matt Miller Lighting and Technical Director

Terence Marling Director, HS2

Sam Begich Master Electrician

Lucas Crandall Rehearsal Director

Kilroy G. Kundalini Audio Engineer

Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer

Stephan Panek Properties Master and Stage Operations

Ishanee DeVas Company Manager Marisa Santiago Manager of Artistic Operations and HS2 Company Manager Meredith Dincolo Artistic Coordinator, Pre-Professional Programs

HUBBARD STREET DANCERS Garrett Patrick Anderson Jesse Bechard Jacqueline Burnett Alejandro Cerrudo Alicia Delgadillo Meredith Dincolo Kellie Epperheimer Jonathan Fredrickson Jason Hortin Alice Klock Emilie Leriche Ana Lopez Johnny McMillan Andrew Murdock Bryna Pascoe David Schultz Kevin J. Shannon Jessica Tong Quinn B Wharton

Lisa Smeltzer Stage Manager and Head Carpenter Julie Ballard Production Stage Manager Rebecca M. Shouse Wardrobe Supervisor

LOU CONTE DANCE STUDIO Claire Bataille Director Krista Ellensohn Manager, Pre-Professional Programs

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Administration Kristen Brogdon General Manager Colleen Sonnefeldt Senior Manager of Finance and Administration Jessica Lotz Accounting and Operations Clerk


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External Affairs Bill Melamed Chief Marketing and Development Officer Kalena Chevalier Associate Director of Development Stacey Recht Associate Director of Marketing Jeanne Newman Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events Allan Waite Manager of Ticketing & Patron Services Zachary Whittenburg Manager of Communications Ron Wittman Manager of Corporate Relations Nicole Dionisio Development Coordinator Brian Barasch Marketing Coordinator

Meghan Pioli Development Assistant Sidney Cristol Advertising, Sales, and Ticketing

YOUTH, EDUCATION & COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education & Community Programs

2013â&#x20AC;&#x201C;14 ANNUAL REPORT Kalena Chevalier Ronia Holmes Zachary Whittenburg Peggy Fink Designer CommuniquĂŠ Graphic Design Todd Rosenberg Photography (except where noted otherwise)

Sinead Kimbrell Associate Director of Education Kristen Gurbach Jacobson Youth and Community Programs Manager Elisa Foshay Interim Youth Programs Manager Kelsey Allison Education Coordinator Anne Laue-Minden Youth Programs Coordinator

Hubbard Street Dancer Jonathan Fredrickson in Quintett by William Forsythe. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.


STAY TUNED FOR SEASON 37, kicking off with The Art of Falling â&#x20AC;&#x201D; an inspiring collaboration between Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and The Second City

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

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s 2014 Annual Report  
Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s 2014 Annual Report  
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