2016 ANNUAL REPORT
THRILL YOUR BEATING HEART
MISSION Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s core purpose is to bring artists, art, and audiences together to enrich, engage, educate, and change lives through the experience of dance. Under the artistic leadership of Glenn Edgerton, Hubbard Street continues to innovate, supporting ascendant creative talent while presenting repertory by internationally recognized living artists. Hubbard Street has grown through the establishment of multiple platforms alongside the Lou Conte Dance Studio — now in its fifth decade of providing a wide range of public classes and pre-professional training — while extensive Youth, Education, and Community Programs keep the organization deeply connected to its hometown.
A message from Hubbard Street’s Executive Leadership Hubbard Street occupies a distinct, unique space in American dance. As one of the nation’s leading contemporary dance company, Hubbard Street continues to present a vast array of dance techniques and performance forms, executed innovatively and with an uncompromising excellence for which the company has been celebrated and recognized for nearly 40 years. Season 38 laid the foundation for the future of Hubbard Street as not just Chicago’s international destination for dance, but as an organization deeply committed to sustaining the Hubbard Street legacy. Creating a clear pathway to organizational success for years to come, Hubbard Street finalized a Future Vision & Strategic Plan. The future vision document aims to solidify our competitive advantage by making investments in Artistic Programming, Greater Support for Artists, Artist Training, Governance & Board Engagement, and Community Programs and Engagement. As a major cultural institution in Chicago and a national leader in contemporary dance, Hubbard Street understands how its actions and programming are influential and impactful to its community, the field, and to the development of the new dance canon. As such, Hubbard Street was fortunate to receive an award from the Joyce Foundation to support Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) training. At the core of our mission is a belief that dance can transform lives, and we are striving to remove barriers to participation so that everyone has access to this art form. The company’s repertoire—which features numerous masterworks by international contemporary choreographers—has continued to grow through commissions for new works and collaborations, as our artistic team strives to provide our dancers with the most inspiring, and productively challenging, creative home possible. Season 38 kicked off with a full evening devoted to the kinetic William Forsythe, known as one of the most creative, influential, and provocative choreographers in dance today. The season ended as strongly as it began, with an encore, extended run of The Art of Falling, our collaborative performance with The Second City. Hubbard Street was excited to share The Art of Falling with the Los Angeles art community, as well as for the show to return to the Harris Theater for a 2-week run. Overall, The Art of Falling’s encore run sold twice as many tickets as any other performance in our history. These are only a few of our highlights from Season 38, which also include our Youth, Education, and Community Programs, Pre-Professional Training Programs, and the Lou Conte Dance Studio, among the many other areas of accomplishment. 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
Sara Albrecht Chairman, Board of Directors
2016 2016 Hubbard Street Facts
73,855 people attended performances by Hubbard Street’s main company and Hubbard Street 2 in Chicago and on tour.
students took classes at Lou Conte Dance Studio.
150 teachers participated in Professional Development Workshops and discounted classes at the Lou Conte Dance Studio.
750 dancers auditioned for the Level III Advanced and Level IV Pre-Professional Summer Intensives.
3,548 students participated in residencies through our Education and Community Programs.
3,500 students attended a professional performance at the Harris Theater for Music & Dance.
1,800 Chicago Public Schools students attended an HS2 performance at their school.
75 families participated in Family Workshops at partner schools. 75 people living with Parkinson’s disease participated in Hubbard Street’s Parkinson’s Project.
1,002 students took classes through the Youth Dance Program. 18,829 tickets were sold during Season 38’s home performances, including a record breaking 8,392 for Hubbard Street and the Second City’s extended run of our collaboration The Art of Falling.
FALL Hubbard Street Dance Chicago opened its 38th season with a bang, celebrating internationally renowned choreographer William Forsythe at the Harris Theater. Performances included: the Premiere US Production, N.N.N.N., Quintett, and the Hubbard Street Premiere of One Flat Thing, reproduced.
Sponsored by the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park, with support from Sandy and Jack Guthman through the Imagine Campaign.
Lead Foundation Sponsor n T he Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Lead Individual Sponsors n Jay Franke and David Herro
Friends of Forsythe n S ara Albrecht n P am Crutchfield n P atti Eylar and Charles Gardner n R ichard L. Rodes n A llan and Ellen Drebin n L ois and Steve Eisen n T rish and Harp Harper n T homas J. Oâ€™Keefe
WINTER Hubbard Streetâ€™s Winter Series featured the World Premiere of A Glimpse Inside a Shared Story by Yin Yue, Waxing Moon by Robyn Mineko Williams, the World Premiere of Out of Keeping by Penny Saunders, and the Premiere US Production of Solo Echo by Crystal Pite.
Out of Keeping Lead Individual Sponsor n Elizabeth Yntema for the Mark Ferguson Elizabeth Yntema Family Charitable Trust Individual Sponsors n Randy and Lisa White
Solo Echo Lead Individual Sponsor n Sara Albrecht A Glimpse Inside a Shared Story Individual Sponsor n Denise Stefan Ginascol
Bill and Orli Staley are the Leading Supporters of New Choreography Development.
SPRING Innovative choreography and repertory favorites from recent seasons at Hubbard Street were performed during the Spring Series including The Impossible by Alejandro Cerrudo, I am Mister B by Gustavo RamĂrez Sansano, and Imprint, a World Premiere by Hubbard Street Rehearsal Director Lucas Crandall. Corporate Sponsors
Lead Individual Sponsors n Lew and Marge Collens n J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation n John and Jeanne Rowe
Imprint Lead Individual Sponsors n T he Tomlinson Family (Richard and Ann, and sons Richard and John) Bill and Orli Staley are the Leading Supporters of New Choreography Development.
The Art of Falling 8,392 tickets were sold to Hubbard Street’s two week encore engagement of The Art of Falling, our collaboration with The Second City, more than double of any performance in Hubbard Street’s history. “The Art of Falling is an exceptionally artful and life-affirming show, undiminished by some cast changes this time around. It is rare to see the fusion of modern dance and the style of sketch comedy that was invented in Chicago. At this level, it is unprecedented. It is revelatory in all kinds of ways — not to mention mercifully irreverent and a whole lot of fun.” HHHH/4 —Chicago Tribune
Community Engagement Partner
Individual Sponsors n R oss B. Bricker and Nina Vinik n M arlene Breslow-Blitstein and Berle Blitstein n J oel and Katie Cory
Commissioning Sponsor n Commisioned by the Harris Theater for Music and Dance in Millennium Park, with support from Sandy and Jack Guthman through the Imagine Campaign.
Bold Moves for Bold Women Bold Moves for Bold Women 2016 at Baker & McKenzie successfully raised more than $80,000 for Hubbard Street’s education, community, and artistic programs. The event also recognized the work of Jeff Award–winning designer and entrepreneur Branimira Ivanova, creator of costumes for 26 Hubbard Street premieres since 2002, including all three works performed during Hubbard Street’s Spring Series. Photos by Bob Carl.
Event Sponsors Attorneysâ€™ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Austriaco and Associates Ltd. Citizens for John Cullerton Gallery19 HBK Engineering, LLC Karen H. Lennon Sarah J. Nolan PhRMA Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. Lauren Robisaw Wells Fargo Elizabeth Yntema
Hubbard Street 2 Hubbard Street 2, directed by Terence Marling, cultivates young professional dancers, identifies next-generation choreographers, and performs domestically and abroad, in service of arts education, collaboration, experimentation and audience development. HS2 performed nationally and internationally, reaching over 14,000 audience members. The company also worked in conjunction with shadow puppetry company Manual Cinema to premiere a new work for children and families, Marikoâ€™s Magical Mix: A Dance Adventure. Choreographed by Robyn Mineko Williams, this work premiered at the John F. Kennedy Center, the national center for the performing arts, in October. HS2 also worked with this yearâ€™s winners of the International Commissioning Project, Yin Yue and Shannon Gillen, who created new works that were premiered by the company. Hubbard Street 2 Sponsor Butler Family Foundation
Touring Hubbard Street and HS2 performed at a number of locations across the US including: New York, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, San Diego, Irvine, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Scottsdale, New Orleans, and Boston. Internationally, they performed in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, as well as numerous locations around Germany. Both companies also performed at festivals including Jacobâ€™s Pillow American Dance Festival, and Dance for Life. 14
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Hubbard Street received a multi-year grant as part of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundationâ€™s Leadership Grants Program for Dance that supports the expansion of organizational capacity. The project is focused on data driven patron engagement, board recruitment and engagement, artist training, artist and employee compensation and retention.
Flood Relief On March 14, the sprinkler system in one of our company studios unexpectedly was triggered and ran for 40 minutes. Fire trucks rushed to the Hubbard Street Dance Center in response to the alarm, and our building â€” which houses the company, administrative offices, the Lou Conte Dance Studio, our costume shop, storage, and archives â€” was completely evacuated. While fortunately there was no fire, thousands of gallons of water flooded into a large area of our second floor, affecting Studios B, C, and D. More than 50 classes had to be canceled during the following week, while urgent efforts were made to secure and install temporary flooring for Studios B and C. While the studios faced extensive and significant damage, insurance funds alongside a successful fundraising campaign allowed for all four studios to be renovated and modernized. The fundraising campaign raised $30,000 to repair and modernize the space.
Pre-Professional Programs Hubbard Street added two additional programs to our Pre-Professional Intensive training initiatives, one for students ages 18–24 taking place at the University of Southern California’s Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, and a Junior Intensive for students ages 9–13. Locally, programs were held at the Hubbard Street Dance Center and the Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago. Hubbard Street Intensives now serve over 400 students annually with programming designed to prepare them for a career in contemporary dance. 18
Lou Conte Dance Studio At the Lou Conte Dance Studio, directed by founding Hubbard Street Dancer Claire Bataille, workshops and master classes allow access to expertise, while a broad variety of weekly classes offer training at all levels in jazz, ballet, dance fitness, modern, tap, African, hip-hop, yoga, PilatesÂŽ and more. LCDS serves nearly 5,000 students annually.
Sponsors Jane Ellen Murray Foundation Principal Contributor The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Funder, LCDS Scholarship Program
Studio Series Hubbard Street, in partnership with local venues and presenters, continued its Studio Series of master classes and workshops for Chicagoâ€™s advanced, pre-professional and professional dancers. Each Studio Series event is 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. In 2016, we were able to offer classes and workshops by renowned choreographers and performers such as Alejandro Cerrudo, Carisa Barreca, Kyle Abraham, Jodie Gates, and Eric Beauchesne, as well as classes that focus on the choreography of Crystal Pite, Twyla Tharp, and William Forsythe.
Youth, Education and Community Programs Extensive Youth, Education and Community Programs, directed by Kathryn Humphreys, are models in the field of arts education, linking the performing company’s creative mission to the lives of students and families. Hubbard Street offered in-school programming including our signature Movement as Partnership (MAP) residencies, a full-year program at Mitchell Elementary, and Springboard Residencies. In addition to our in-school residencies, Hubbard Street offered a variety of community programs including youth dance classes and camps at the Hubbard Street Dance Center with scholarships and financial aid to students from our CPS partner schools. The Youth Dance Program offers more than 60 classes weekly for young dancers ages 18 months to 18 years.
LOCAL SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PARTNERS
OAK PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS B. Beye School C. Whittier School D. Hatch School CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS E. Talcott Elementary F. Mitchell School G. A vondale-Logandale Elementary H. Hamline Elementary I. Hendricks Elementary J. National Teachers Academy
OTHER PARTNERS a. Edwards Elementary b. Ebinger Elementary c. Franklin Fine Arts d. Latin School e. Sumner Academy f. Chicago Children’s Museum g. Dance for Life: Next Generation at Wheeling HS h. Ingenuity, Inc.
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K. Greeley Elementary L. Blair Early Childhood Center M. Burley Elementary) N. Burr Elementary O. Clark Elementary P. Haugan School Q. Orr Academy High School R. Sawyer Elementary S. West Park T. Clay Elementary U. Saucedo Scholastic Academy V. Garvy School W. Catalyst Circle Rock X. Bennett Elementary Y. Skinner West Elementary Z. Beard Elementary
Adaptive Dance Programs The Adaptive Dance Program creates environments in which everyone dances. The program includes children on the Autism spectrum, and the Parkinsonâ€™s Project, serving people living with Parkinsonâ€™s disease and their families. The goal of this program is to provide high quality dance curriculum to students with disabilities, allowing them to engage in a developmentally appropriate dance education, learn artistic skills, and enhance their social emotional, critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills.
Hubbard Street Youth Dance Program Scholarship Student.
Youth, Education and Community Programs Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen V. Brach Foundation The Crown Family Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Golder Family Foundation Harry and Marcy Harczak
Jackson National Life Insurance Company The PrivateBank Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Family Foundation A. Montgomery Ward Foundation, John A. Hutchings, Richard W. Oloffson and Bank of America, N.A., Trustee
Spotlight Ball Hubbard Streetâ€™s Season 38 Annual Spotlight Ball, held on June 9, 2016 and included the opening night performance of The Art of Falling at The Harris Theater, raised over $800,000. Funds raised through the Spotlight Ball allow Hubbard Street to continue to bring the transformative power of dance to more people throughout the community.
Presenting Kenneth C. Griffin Benefactors
Sara Albrecht David Herro and Jay Franke Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Latsko Family Foundation Sponsors Allstate Berle Blitstein and Marlene Breslow Blitstein Meg and Tim Callahan Lew Collens Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Illinois Tool Works
Caryn Jacobs Jenner & Block LLP Abby McCormick Oâ€™Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Northern Trust The PrivateBank Lauren Robishaw The Second City Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Jamie and Rob Taylor Photos by Bob Carl.
Financials Statement of Activities Years Ended August 31, 2016 and 2015 Assets
Cash and Equivalents.................................................. $32,263
Pledges and accounts receivable................................. $545,076
Other current assets.................................................. $294,754
Net Property and equipment....................................$3,459,520
Long-term liabilities................................................. $1,284,372
Net assets, unrestricted........................................... $2,106,837
Net assets, temporarily restricted.............................. $1,353,286
Net assets, permanently restricted............................ $3,856,710
Total Liabilities and Net Assets.............................. $9,509,714
Liabilities and Net Assets
Statement of Activities Years Ended August 31, 2016 and 2015 Unrestricted Revenues and Other Support
Contributions............................................................................ Foundation, corporate, individual, ............................ $2,379,485
and government grants Donated services and materials.................................... $211,153
Gala and special events.............................................. $897,734
Lou Conte Dance studio revenues and other income....... $1,718,852
Education Programs...................................................... $705,257
Total Unrestricted Revenues and Other Support..........$7,756,678
Expenses Program services Performances.........................................................$4,326,057
Lou Conte Dance Studio.............................................$654,077
Education Programs.................................................. $636,872
Support Services Development . .......................................................... $533,401
Gala & Special Events................................................. $181,596
Finance & administration........................................... $705,456
Faculty & IT............................................................... $84,703
Total Expenses.......................................................... $7,710,290
Gain/(Loss) on interest rate swap....................................... $1,108
Change in Unrestricted Net Assets.................................$47,496
Major Contributors $25,000 +
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Sage Foundation The Crown Family The Rhoades Foundation
Anonymous (2) Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee The Davee Foundation Doris Duke Charitable Foundation The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Julius N. Frankel Foundation
Sara Albrecht Meg and Tim Callahan Joyce Chelberg Marge and Lew Collens Dirk Denison and David Salkin Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund James and Margaret Johnson Latsko Family Foundation The Lauter McDougal Charitable Fund Jay Franke and David Herro John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Richard and Barbara Silverman Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson Elizabeth Ynetma
CORPORATE SUPPORT $50,000 and above Athletico Physical Therapy Chicago Athletic Clubs Harris Theater for Music and Dance $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 ITW Jenner & Block, LLP The PrivateBank The Second City Wessex 504 Corporation $5,000–$9,999 AJR Ventures Arnstein & Lehr, LLP Deloitte Jackson National Life Insurance Company Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP PWC United Airlines USG Corporation $2,500–$4,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Allegro Dance Boutique Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. HBK Engineering, LLC MAC Cosmetics PhRMA Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. Sahara Enterprises, Inc. Sepia Wells Fargo $1,000–$2,499 Amsted Industries Ariel Investments Austriaco and Associates LTD Belgravia Group, Ltd Berger Schatz LLP Blue Plate Events Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. Chef Fredy Citizens for John Cullerton Grant Thornton LLP KPMG PJH & Associates, Inc. Tito’s Handmade Vodka
FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT SUPPORT The Chicago Company Trust LLoyd A. Fry Foundation Illinois Arts Council Agency MacArthur Foundation National Endowments for the Arts Polk Bros Foundation Princess Grace Awards Prince Charitable Trusts The Shubert Foundation Inc. $100,000 and above The Davee Foundation Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Polk Bros. Foundation $50,000–$99,999 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Princess Grace Foundation-USA The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous (2) The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation The Chicago Community Trust The Crown Family Julius N. Frankel Foundation Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee National Endowment for the Arts Prince Charitable Trusts The Rhoades Foundation Sage Foundation $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen V. Brach Foundation The Nathan Cummings Foundation Illinois Arts Council Agency The Joyce Foundation The Irving Harris Foundation Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund Tawani Foundation $5,000–$9,999 Butler Family Foundation Golder Family Foundation Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation John R. Halligan Charitable Fund Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Jerome Robbins Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Family Foundation A. Montgomery Ward Foundation
$1,000–$4,999 Anonymous Walter and Karla Goldschmidt Foundation Levitetz Family Foundation Modestus Bauer Foundation The Service Club of Chicago The Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation
INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT Artistic Director’s Society $50,000 and above Sara Albrecht Joyce Chelberg Jay Franke and David Herro Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund James and Margaret Johnson Latsko Family Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Marlene Breslow-Blitstein and Berle Blitstein Meg and Tim Callahan Marge and Lew Collens Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol The Lauter McDougal Charitable Fund Lauren Robishaw John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Best Portion Foundation/Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Richard and Barbara Silverman Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson Elizabeth Yntema $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous Ross B. Bricker and Nina Vinik Douglas and Carol Cohen Joel and Katie Cory Pamela Crutchfield Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Carey Heckman Caryn Jacobs Jonathan and Sally Kovler Abby McCormick O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Adrienne Parker and Peter Foley Byron and Judy Pollock J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Richard L. Rodes R. Penny Rodes DeMott Mary Kay Shaw Elizabeth Louise Smith Revocable Trust Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Robert and Jamie Taylor Randy and Lisa White
$5,000–$9,999 Andrew Alexander Robert and Marilyn Arensman John and Caroline Ballantine Corinne Brophy James and Edie Cloonan Michael and Janet Colleran Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds Dirk Denison and David Salkin Michael Downing and Kathy Bernreuter Sondra Berman Epstein Mary Galvin Marla and Larry Gilbert Helyn Goldenberg and Michael Alper James and Andrea Gordon Sandra and Jack Guthman Harry and Marcy Harczak Trish and Harp Harper Linda Hutson Anne Kaplan Matt and Mikelle Kruger Ron and Elise Magers John E. Miller, Jr. Jane Ellen Murray Alexandra and John Nichols Sarah J. Nolan Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Eleanor and William Revelle Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Jane and Michael Strauss Dr. John Vazquez and Dr. Paul Gleixner Sallyan Windt Sustaining DanceMakers $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous (3) Bija Bennett John Blosser John and Leslie Henner Burns Ann and Stephen Curley Shawn M. Donnelley and Christopher M. Kelly Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Emrys Ingersoll Paul and Christine Fisher Aliza Fulton Richard and Mary Gray John Grinney and Heidi Westland Bruce and Jamie Hague Ian Jacobs and Valerie Chang Mark and Mary Ann Kaufman Dietrich and Andrew Klevorn Karen and Peter Lennon Daniel and Fay Levin Lynette Lilly Jim and Kay Mabie Sally and Ted Miller Bradley T. Nelson Kevin and Camille Rudge Katherine V. Schostok
Carleen Schreder and Ralph Musicant Louise Silberman Eric and Tammy Steele Jack and Niki Tovin Marilee C. Unruh Richard and Diane Weinberg Premier DanceMakers $1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (5) Marshall and Arlene Bennett Kevin and Jane Berg Heiji Black Abram and Ilene Bluestein Paul and Christine Branstad Jeanne Brett Steve Brown Linda S. Buckley Valerie Carberry and Richard Wright David Chen Bridget and Jim Coffing Mary and Jack Connelly Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Tom Doherty Damian Dolyniuk and Kelly Royer Marsha and Philip Dowd Allan and Ellen Drebin Terry Dvorak Warren and Joan Eagle Miguel Edwards Steve and Lois Eisen The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Bill Escamilla and Lisa Dollar Buehler Thomas J. Feie Steven and Randy Fifield Meredith George Bill and Ethel Gofen David and Carol Golder Jo Ellen and Peter Granson David and Penelope Greenspahn Madeleine Grynsztejn and Tom Shapiro Beth and Bill Hager Rick and Cathy Hirschman Steven Hodges Jastromb Family Philanthropic Fund Linda and Bernard Kastory Sarah and Julie Kennedy Tim King Christine E. Knuth Steve Koch Koldyke Family Fund Monica Leccese Dale and Julie Leibert Jeffrey and Latitia Mann Ellen McCabe Sandra McNaughton Helen Melchior Richard Melman Diane and Bob Merna
Pamela G. Meyer Mike and Laura Mleko Richard and Beverly Moody Kenneth Norgan Julie O’Connell Thomas J. O’Keefe Melissa O’Malley Charlene Osborne Jason Ott Sheila Owens Patricia and Candace Parchem Melvin and Lynn Pearl D. Elizabeth Price and Louis Yecies Victoria Priola David and Gabrielle Rousso Jeffrey Rubenstein Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Foundation TJ Saye Donald and Eileen Schiller Tatjana and Chelsea Schuster Dawn Stanislaw Steve Traxler Lynn and Jeff Vilker Edward and Dia Weil Michael and Linda Welsh Daniel Wheeler Keven and Nick Wilder David Williams and Eric Ceputis Pat Young William Ziemann and Virginia Tallman DancePartners $500–$999 Anonymous (4) Greg Albiero and Mark Zampardo James and Sheila Amend Aurora and Jerome Austriaco Joanne Baizer Sarah Bannister Randy and Lorraine Barba Lawrence Berlin Tom and Tina Berry Stuart Brainerd and Elise Paschen Robert and Joell Brightfelt Charles Capwell and Isabel Wong Catherine and Hugo Chavez Sally Coder Tamara and Robert Cosentino Elizabeth Cummings Francesca DeBiase and Jassem Mahmoud Cindy Delmar Craig and Janet Duchossois Bryan Dunn and Barbara Larsen Thomas Durica Jennifer Edgcomb Richard and Marjorie Ettlinger Ginger Farley Daniel Fischel and Sylvia Neil Joel Frader
Lisa Genesen and David Tabolt Lio Getty Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Paul and Dedrea Gray, In The Works Fund Shana Guthman Ted and Mirja Haffner Josephine Heindel Peter Hood and Christine Worley Jim Huberty and Marc Giles Alan Jones George T. Jones, M.D. and V. Lynn Jones Diana Joseph Lawrence Kearns Krystyna Kiel and Alexander Templeton Daisietta Kim Michele King Kurtis Kossen Kevin Kranzusch Linda and Peter Krivkovich Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Richard Levy Robert Liem Laura Lindner Margie Liotta Donald L. MacCorquodale Stephen and Susan Bass Marcus Maria McCabe Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Gary Metzner and Scott Johnson Theodore Milby John Miller Maureen Mosh Robert Mueller Edward and Gayla Nieminen Tom O’Halloran and Teresa Woodruff Hiroshi and Kathleen Okano Hans Olsen Steve Palmquist and Kathryn Nuss Karen Pierce Bonnie Podolsky Eleanor Pollack David Pritchard Warner and Judy Rosenthal Michael and Bonnie Rothman Dan and Julie Schmidt Patricia Schostok Reese Mary Schostok Merry Schroeder Terry Schwartz Thomas Sinkovic Alan and Beth Singer Fangji Slaymaker Janet Carl Smith and Mel Smith Patricia Sternberg George Streeter and Kristina Howard Gregory and Cynthia Taylor Kim Theiss Christine Tierney Wayne F. Tjaden Renee Tyree W. Keren Vishny
Douglas and Pam Walter Craig White Karen Wilmot Dr. Sherry Young and Family $250–$499 Anonymous (2) James Allan Cindy Alpert Judy and Andy Axler Marilyn Bartter Julie Basrak Linda Bierig The Robert Thomas Bobins Foundation Albert and Jean Broday Bonnie Brooks Nicole Brown Scott and Jen Christiansen Roger and Ann Cole Susan Curry Alexandra Darrow Nancy Davidson Beth Davis Edward and Cathy Davis Katherine Davis Robert and Quinn Delaney Duane M DesParte Alec Dike Elizabeth Fama and John Cochrane Jim and Deb Ford Arthur L. Frank, M.D. Tracy Frein Stephen and Rebecca Galler Julie L. Gentes Lori Gordon Martin Grochala and Fred Reuland Krista and Gene Haake Harry and Lyne Halme Jayne and Stephen Hanauer Craig Hanenburg and Bill Kuczek Susan Harris Katharine Hathaway Marvin and Karen Herman Ben Hladilek Michael Holtzmann Charles and Caroline Huebner Bonnie Humphrey and John O’Donnell Ilter Ibrahimof Peter Ivanovich and Jennifer Woodward John Jawor Jason Johnston Julia Joseph Mary Kamraczewski Lorraine Kaplan Katarzyna Kay Connie Kendall John and Anne Kern Andy Kurkulis Megan Levin Marshall and Laurie Levine Katherine Lin
Joan Lovell Jessica Malkin Richard Martinotti Melissa Matarrese and Dan McEnerney Jaimie Mayer Susan McBride Michelle McCarthy Ed and Debby Mellinger Tanya Mena Floyd Mittleman and Julia Guerrero Eileen Murray Stacey Newman Susan Noel Susan Norvich Karen Oldeg Julia Parzen and Daniel Johnson Audrey and John Paton Jose Perez-Sanz Sarah Pesetsky Andrew and Judy L. Porte Gary and Nancy Prior Howard and Gail Regenbogen Stephen and Shari Reiches Linda Rosencranz Richard Rusz Nancy Schroeder Elizabeth and Steven Schultz Linda Schurman Bud and Diane Schwarzbach John and Cheryl Seder Michael Simonski Howard Sitron Mary Splude Randel Steele and Margaret Gonzales Nikki and Fredric Stein Daniel and Rena Sternberg William and Mary Summers Kimberly Taylor Karen Teitelbaum Dan Thorson Mary Ellen Toll and William Heimann Marc VanOverbeke Paul Waas Gary Warfel Jennifer Weuve and Jeffrey Gitelle Julia Wheeler Brad and Carol White Jon Will Jay and Donna Williams Kirk and Jasmin Young Sharlene Young 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 email@example.com
HONOR/MEMORIAL GIFTS Tribute and Memorial gifts are a meaningful way to recognize individuals who have a connection to Hubbard Street. For more information or to make a gift please contact the Development Office at 312-850-9744 Ext. 172 or firstname.lastname@example.org In Honor of Sara Albrecht Sandra Jaggi DiPasquale Anne Kaplan Lisa Key Sylvia Neil Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Foundation In Honor of Suzanne Appel Jamie Mayer In Honor of Ross Bricker Sally Coder In Honor of Meg Callahan Jonathan and Robin Plotkin David and Gabrielle Rousso In Honor of Carol Coletta Lio Getty Philanthropy Ohio In Memory of Marge Collens Anonymous Lindsay Avner and Gregg Kaplan David Baker Harold and Roberta Barron Melvyn H. Bloom Abram and Ilene Bluestein The Robert Thomas Bobins Foundations Michael and Sheila Bradford Jean and Al Broday Kathleen Buenik Vincent and Ann Cabansag Judith Carr Pamela Crutchfield Lynn Cutler Craig and Janet Duchossois Rachel and Fred Dulin Bryan Dunn and Barbara Larsen Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Burt and Marion Fainman Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Robert and Linda Dunn Glick Naama and David Goldenberg Steven Gould, M.D. Martin Grochala and Fred Reuland Sandra and Jack Guthman Mirja and Ted Haffner Yvonne Heyden Austin Hirsch Linda Hutson Gary Johnson Adrienne Kaplan Melvin Katten Kelly Kleiman Robyn Kobes Gary and Joan Laser Stephanie Letchinger
Adam Levine Hazel Lewis Jessica Malkin Charlotte Marks Marc Miller and Chris Horsman William E. Moeller Maureen Mosh Thomas and Valerie Nowinski Gustavo Pesquin William Pomerantz J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Frances Putnoi Lisa Reeder John and Jeanne Rowe Jeffrey and Susan Rubenstein Kevin and Camille Rudge Lewis and Barbara Schneider Douglas and Pam Walter Randy and Lisa White Keven and Nick Wilder Jay and Donna Williams Sallyan Windt Nan and Shelly Winner In Memory of Gilbert Ghez Michael Grossman Katharina Kopp Melynda Lopin Maurice Rabb
In Honor of Karen and Peter Lennon Keven and Nick Wilder In Honor of Florian Lochner Athena Lo In Honor of Cheri Lundin Cassidy Lundin In Honor of Marc Miller Beth Davis In Honor of Lynn Morgan Patricia Marchant In Honor of Bradley Nelson Crose Horwath Foundation In Memory of Jim Oates Corinne Brophy Kirk and Beverly Busby Linda Hutson The Rhoades Foundation Sherry Simmons In Honor of Jason Palmquist Scott Eggers In Honor of Melissa Platt Karen Platt
In Honor of the marriage of George Halik and Scott Wechsler George and Mary Perlstein
In Honor of Sally and Ellis Regenbogen Lisa Regenbogen Judy and Andy Axler
In Memory of Dr. Jack Hsu Steve Brown Sheila McGinn Dorman Warren and Joan Eagle Alexander and Diane Geha Irene Huang Bonnie Humphrey and John O’Donnell Jason Johnston Lawrence Kearns Diana Lee Kathleen McComb Joy Meek Dale Schlafer Peter Shull Daniel Wheeler Judy Yeung Kirk and Jasmin Young Dr. Sherry Young and Family Julia Wheeler
In Honor of Lauren Robishaw Diane Pascal In Memory of Susan Schlafer Anonymous In Honor of Kevin Shannon Fred Follansbee In Honor of Katherine Schostok Patricia Schostok Reese In Memory of Elizabeth Silverstein Arthur and Ann Fox In Honor of Denise Stefan Liza Yntema In Honor of Beverly Grace Wiener Julia Joseph
In Honor of Elliot Hammans Diane Pick Merry Schroeder
In Honor of Sallyan Windt Henry and Cookie Kohn
In Honor of Chris Horsman’s birthday Donald Santoski and April Brazell
In Memory of Yuk Yiu Yee Wai Gen Yee
In Honor of Linda Hutson’s birthday Sallyan Windt In Honor of Karen Lennon/Wessex Daniel Bleil
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Synapse Networks, Inc. IT Services
KlearSky Solutions, LLC Web Development and Design
Tito’s Handmade Vodka Spirits Sponsor
Kehoe Designs Gala Decor
Todd Rosenberg Photography Photography
Lockwood Restaurant and Bar Preferred Restaurant Partner
Tourwerks, Inc. Tour Housing Negotiation Kathleen Weber, M.D. Midwest Orthopedic at Rush
CONTRIBUTED MATERIALS AND SERVICES ACME Hotel Company Amazing Cosmetics Athletico Physical Therapy Barbara Bates Design Blue Plate Events Ross Bricker Cannonball Wine Company Chef Freddy Cuisine Chicago Athletic Clubs Chicago White Sox ComEd Gary Metzner Sandi Cooksey Kelly Royer Dolyniuk Embeya Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Emrys Ingersoll Garett Popcorn Shops Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Goose Island Brew Co. HMS Media Kehoe Designs Lettuce Entertain You Lockwood Restaurant and Bar Lollapalooza MAC Cosmetics Lin Manuel Miranda MirRam Group, LLC Neiman Marcus Sarah J. Nolan SP+ Parking Park Grill Perrier Jane Post Potbelly Sandwich Shop Quartino Ristorante & Wine Bar Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Seabourn Seasons 52 The Second City Sepia Tiffany & Co. The Service Club of Chicago Tito’s Handmade Vodka United Airlines Eddie and Sherry Wachs Wine Sisterhood A Zaffarano Production HSDC 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.
Who We Are Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director Lou Conte Founding Artistic Director
Melissa Platt Board Liaison and Individual Giving Manager Allan Waite Manager of Patron and Data Services
Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll General Manager
Jose E. Gaona Corporate and Foundation Relations Coordinator
Claire Bataille Director of the Lou Conte Dance Studio
Sofia Pilar Marketing Coordinator
Terence Marling Director of Hubbard Street 2
Meghan Pioli Development Coordinator
Lucas Crandall Rehearsal Director
Sidney Cristol Advertising, Sales and Ticketing
Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer
Elise Belluccia Kiona Vickroy Marlene Viloria Development Interns
Belina Mizrahi Controller Krista Ellensohn Manager of Pre-Professional Programs Meredith Dincolo Artistic Associate and Coordinator of Pre-Professional Programs Alyssa Morales Accounting and Operations Coordinator LaMar Brown Management Associate Emma Speiser Management Assistant Mica Carson Administration and Finance Intern Foster Wattles Archive Intern Jacob Ganzel Alaya Turnbough LCDS Interns External Affairs Suzanne Appel Director of External Affairs Zachary Whittenburg Associate Director of Marketing and Communication Yvonne Cheng Manager of Marketing and Communication
Rebecca Edmonson Marketing Intern Education and Community Programs Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education and Community Programs Sarah McCarty Senior Manager of School Partnerships Keesha Beckford Youth Programs Manager Michelle Modrzejewski Community Programs Manager Jennifer Gunter Youth Programs Coordinator Kristen Rybicki Education Coordinator Jasmine Carrig Youth Programs Associate Andrea Coleman Youth Programs Administration Intern Stephanie Gunter Emma Hill Ruthie Picha Summer Teaching Assistants Production Staff Jason Brown Director of Production Kaitlyn Breen Lighting Director
Photos by Bob Carl.
Julie E. Ballard Stage Manager and Properties Master Kilroy G. Kundalini Audio Engineer Stephan Panek Head Carpenter and Stage Operations Sam Begich Master Electrician Claire Chrzan Production Stage Manager, Hubbard Street 2 Wardrobe Staff Rebecca M. Shouse Head of Wardrobe Constance Thome Rachel Winborn Drapers Greta Humphrey Redding Baker Stitchers Jenni Schwaner Ladd Touring Wardrobe Board of Directors Mayor Rahm Emanuel Honorary Chair Sara Albrecht++ Chair Richard L. Rodes President and Treasurer Camille E. Rudge Secretary John E. Vazquez Assistant Treasurer Ellis Regenbogen+ Immediate Past Chair Denise Stefan Ginascol++ VP Development Katherine V. Schostok Assistant VP Development Meg Siegler Callahan+ VP Board Development Marc Miller+ VP Artist Training Continuum Richard F. Tomlinson II VP Facilities
Bija Bennett Berle Blitstein Ross B. Bricker Marge Collens+++* Kristin Conley Joel Cory Dirk Denison Kelly Royer Dolyniuk Michael Downing Miguel Edwards Paul Gignilliat Larry Gilbert Linda Hutson Karen H. Lennon+ Betsy Stelle Morgan Maureen Mosh Sarah J. Nolan Sheila Owens Byron Pollock++ Alyssa Rapp Lauren Robishaw Tatjana Schuster Mary Kay Shaw Deborah Stonebraker Randy White+ Life Directors John W. Ballantine+ Corinne Brophy Edythe R. Cloonan++ Sondra Berman Epstein+ Stanley M. Freehling Charles R. Gardner Sandra P. Guthman+ James Mabie++ James F. Oates+* Marie E. Oâ€™Connor++ Timothy Schwertfeger++ Jack D. Tovin Sallyan Windt William N. Wood Prince + Past Board Chair ++ Past Board President *Deceased
2015â€“16 Annual Report Rebecca Monen Sofia Pilar Hayley Ross Andrew Sheagren Peggy Fink, Communique Graphic Design Designer Todd Rosenberg Photography (except where noted otherwise)
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