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2017

ANNUAL REPORT


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.

Cover: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Brian Brooks’ Terrain. Photo by Todd Rosenberg. Above: Hubbard Street Dancers Jessica Tong and Jason Hortin in Robyn Mineko William’s Cloudline. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.


A message from Hubbard Street’s Leadership Over the past 40 years, Hubbard Street has evolved from an ensemble of four dancers performing in senior centers across Chicago to an institution with global reach, transforming lives through dance by way of performances, community programs, and education. Hubbard Street continues to push the boundaries of contemporary dance, bringing new and innovative ideas to the dance form every day. As a major cultural institution in Chicago and a national leader in the dance field, Hubbard Street is dedicated to creating programming that is influential and impactful to the Chicago community while giving all Chicagoans the chance to have an experience with Hubbard Street. This year Hubbard Street increased the depth and reach of our programming by offering free tickets for over 6,500 CPS students and their families to all of our Harris Theater performances through DreamTix. Hubbard Street furthered its mission to provide extensive and comprehensive training to the next generation of dancers with the launch of the Hubbard Street Professional Program (HS Pro). The program for 18–24 year old aspiring professional dancers began with two Pilot Programs in the Spring of 2017 before the launch of the full year-long program. 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, challenging, and creative home possible. Season 39 began with two world premieres by Alejandro Cerrudo and Brian Brooks, paired with two masterworks by Jiří Kylián. Similarly, the Spring Series brought together the works of master choreographer Nacho Duato, with the fresh ideas of Crystal Pite and Lucas Crandall. Over the course of almost 40 years, Hubbard Street has also sought to develop the careers of ascending choreographers. Danc(e)volve: New Works Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art in May featured a program of new creations by four extraordinary Chicago-based women: Alice Klock, Julia Rhoads, Penny Saunders, and Robyn Mineko Williams. Season 39 ended with our exciting Summer Series taking audiences through each decade of Hubbard Street’s 40-year history from Founding Artistic Director Lou Conte’s The 40s and Georgia and Twyla Tharp’s The Golden Section to the company’s recent work by William Forsythe, Alejandro Cerrudo, and Crystal Pite. The annual Spotlight Ball following the Summer Series performance raised over $800,000 towards Hubbard Street’s education and community programming while celebrating the company’s four decade history. The evening was attended by a variety of former Hubbard Street dancers and all three of Hubbard Street’s Artistic Directors; Founding Artistic Director Lou Conte, Jim Vincent, and current Artistic Director, Glenn Edgerton. These are only a few of our highlights from Season 39, 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

Marc Miller Chairman of the Board of Directors

David McDermott Executive Director

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FALL Hubbard Street Dance Chicago opened its 39th season with two world premieres and two masterworks. Brian Brooks’ Resident Choreographer at the Harris Theater commissioned Terrain, a new full-company work, and Hubbard Street Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo created his fifteenth work for the company Niebla. Jiří Kylian’s Sarabande and Falling Angels rounded out the program. 3,481 tickets were sold to Hubbard Street’s Fall Series Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Jeffrey Duffy in Alejandro Cerrudo’s Niebla. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Commissioning Sponsor

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The Choreographer in Residence at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance is made possible by the Jay Franke and David Herro Choreographer in Residence Fund through the Imagine campaign.


Bill and Orli Staley Leading Supporters of New Choreography Development Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Richard and Barbara Silverman Lead Individual Sponsors of Niebla by Alejandro Cerrudo

John and Caroline Ballantine Choreographer’s Circle Sponsors of Niebla by Alejandro Cerrudo

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SPRING

Sara Albrecht Lead Individual Sponsor of JardĂ­ Tancat by Nacho Duato Diversity Partner

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Richard L. Rodes and R. Penny Rodes DeMott Lead Individual Sponsors of Nacho Duato Masterworks


Hubbard Street’s Spring Series featured Jardí Tancat and Violoncello (Hubbard Street Premiere) by Master Choreographer, Nacho Duato, Imprint by Hubbard Street Rehearsal Director Lucas Crandall, and Solo Echo by Crystal Pite. 4,863 tickets were sold to Hubbard Street’s Spring Series Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Nacho Duato’s Jardi Tancat. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Sallyan Windt Individual Sponsor of Nacho Duato Masterworks

Bill and Orli Staley Leading Supporters of New Choreography Development

Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Randy and Lisa White Individual Sponsors of Multiplicity. Forms of Silence and Emptiness by Nacho Duato

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Anne Kaplan Individual Sponsor

Opening Night Sponsors

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danc(e)volve: New Works Festival at the Museum of Contemporary Art featured innovative choreography by Julia Rhoads, Choreographer and Artistic Director of Lucky Plush along with works by former Hubbard Street dancers Penny Saunders and Robyn Mineko Williams, and current dancer Alice Klock. 1,613 tickets were sold to danc(e)volve: New Works Festival Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Julia Rhoad’s Cadence. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Elizabeth Yntema for the Mark Ferguson Elizabeth Yntema Family Charitable Trust Lead Individual Sponsor Cloudline by Robyn Mineko Williams

Bill and Orli Staley Leading Supporters of New Choreography Development

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SUMMER

Diversity Partner

Lew, Steven and Caralynn Collens John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Lead Individual Sponsors, Summer Series

Community Engagement Partner

The Tomlinson Family Richard and Ann, and sons Richard and John Lead Family Sponsor, Lou Conte Masterworks Berle Blitstein and Marlene Breslow-Blitstein Jonathan and Sally Kovler Individual Sponsors, Summer Series

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Hubbard Street kicked off the 40th Anniversary with a celebration of audience favorites from the past four decades including Lou Conte’s Georgia and The 40s, Twyla Tharp’s The Golden Section, alongside works by Crystal Pite, William Forsythe, Alejandro Cerrudo, Jim Vincent, and Lucas Crandall. 4,423 tickets were sold to Hubbard Street’s Summer Series Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Lou Conte’s The 40s. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Joel and Katie Cory Individual Sponsors, Lou Conte Masterworks The Golden Section by Twyla Tharp

Richard and Barbara Silverman Larry and Marla Gilbert Individual Sponsors, One Thousand Pieces by Alejandro Cerrudo

Charles Gardner and Patti Eylar Individual Sponsors, The 40s by Lou Conte

Thomas J. O’Keefe Jane Ellen Murray Choreographers Circle, The 40s by Lou Conte

Jim and Kay Mabie Individual Sponsors, Georgia by Lou Conte The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Foundation Sponsor, The Golden Section by Twyla Tharp

Karen and Peter Lennon Choreographers Circle, Palladio by Jim Vincent Shawn M. Donnelley and Christopher M. Kelly Choreographers Circle, One Thousand Pieces by Alejandro Cerrudo

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Bold Moves for Bold Women

Bold Moves for Bold Women 2017 at Baker & McKenzie successfully raised more than $65,000 for Hubbard Street’s education, community, and artistic programs. Hubbard Street dancers Kellie Epperheimer and Emilie Leriche in Crystal Pite’s Solo Echo. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Lead Sponsor

Diversity Partner

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Catering Sponsor

Event Sponsors Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Citizens for John Cullerton HBK Engineering, LLC PhRMA Valentine Austriaco & Bueschel, P.C.


Honorary Chairs Aurora Abella Austriaco Pamela Cullerton Event Chair Karen H. Lennon

Host committee as of February 20, 2017 Meg Callahan Brandon Frein Stephanie Hickman Dietrich Klevorn Monica Leccese Marie Lona Diane Merna

Betsy Stelle Morgan Maureen Mosh Sheila Owens Alyssa Rapp Rich Rodes Kate Schostok Mary Kay Shaw John Vasquez Keven Wilder

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Touring

Hubbard Street performed at a number of locations across the US including: Indiana, North Carolina, various cities in Germany, National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Canada, and Idaho. The company also performed at festivals including the Chicago Dancing Festival, Fall for Dance North, and Dance for Life. Hubbard Street Dancer Andrew Murdock. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.

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Hubbard Street Professional Program (HS Pro) The Hubbard Street Professional Program (HS Pro) was established in March 2017 beginning with two pilot programs, directed by Hubbard Street Artistic Associate Meredith Dincolo. These pilot programs for students ages 18–24 interested in pursuing careers as professional dancer was followed by the launch of the inaugural program in the Fall of 2017 directed by Alexandra Wells, Artistic Director of Springboard Danse Montreal. The program’s mission is to address the needs of dancers striving to enter the current job market by providing diverse training alongside one of the prestigious contemporary dance companies in the world. Hubbard Street Dancer Andrew Murdock teaching students in Hubbard Street’s Professional Program. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Intensives Hubbard Street added two additional programs to our pre-professional Intensive training initiatives, one for students age 18–24 taking place at the University of Southern California’s Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, and a Junior Intensive for students age 9–13. Hubbard Street Intensives now serve over 400 students annually with programming designed to prepare them for a career in contemporary dance. Summer Intensive Student. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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LCDS 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. Director of the Lou Conte Dance Studio, Claire Bataille, teaches a ballet class. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Studio Series Hubbard Street, in partnership with local venues and presenters, continued its Studio Series of master classes and workshops for Chicago’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, led by internationally recognized artistic directors, dancers and choreographers. Summer Intensive student. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Youth, Education and Community Programs Our extensive Youth, Education, and Community Programs, directed by Kathryn Humphreys, are models in the field of arts education. Hubbard Street’s Education Programs combine the creative mission of our performing company with our unique expertise in education. We bring students and schools into the world of dance by actively engaging them in creation, performance, and reflection. Our Youth Dance Program continues this, adding rigorous technique study and performance opportunities to our unique choreography curriculum. Our suite of Adaptive Dance and community programs ensure that there is a place here for everyone to be a dancer. In all our programs, classrooms and studios become dynamic spaces of creative selfexpression and empowered learning. Hubbard Street Mitchell Elementary Student. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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School Residencies Hubbard Street Dance Chicago offered residencies and workshops for students to explore contemporary dance and choreography, develop their creativity and problem-solving skills, deepen their analytic and abstract thinking, create connections to other areas of study, and learn about themselves and from one another, through our Movement As Partnership residency grants, SpringBoard residencies, and after-school programming. 1,323 students and 49 teachers participated in the MAP program and 2,000 students and 90 teachers participated in SpringBoard residencies. Partnership with Mitchell Hubbard Street offered a full-year residency program at Mitchell Elementary for the 9th year, providing 12 classrooms in grades preK-8 with a sequential, multi-year dance program where Hubbard Street’s teaching artists are considered part of the school’s faculty. Hubbard Street School Residency. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Community Programs We provided family workshops at locations throughout the city, provided Parkinson’s Project workshops at The Art Institutes Reflections Senior Day, the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab, and at the Parkinson’s Foundation’s Moving Day. 130 students, 11 teachers and 22 aides participated in in-school Adaptive Dance Program. Dance Education Institute Hubbard Street’s Dance Education Institute provided workshops to assist Chicago-area dance teachers in developing their dance education curricula, as well as extensive arts integration workshops for general classroom teachers interesting in integrating dance teaching methods into their classrooms. 150 teachers participated in professional development workshops. Performance More than 5,000 students throughout the Chicago area experienced the beauty of dance through our student matinees and in-school Dance Informances. Hubbard Street Parkinson’s Project Student. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Youth Dance Program More than 80 classes were offered through our Youth Dance Program for children ages 18 months-18 years in creative movement, ballet, jazz, modern, hip-hop, and tap, along with audition based performing ensembles, master classes, summer intensives, and camps. Serving 1,500 students annually, the program provides $75,000 in scholarships and financial aid. Right and below: Youth Dance Program Students. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Spotlight Ball

DĂŠcor

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Official Spirits Sponsor

Official Wine Sponsor

Printing Sponsor

Graphic Design


Hubbard Street’s Season 39 Annual Spotlight Ball, held on June 7, 2017, included a specifically curated Summer Series performance at The Harris Theater, and 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. In attendance were all three Hubbard Street Artistic Directors; Lou Conte, Jim Vincent, and Glenn Edgerton, who have led the company through four decades of groundbreaking artistic programming. Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Honorary Chair Sara Albrecht, Chairman of the Board Exelon, Corporate Honoree Corporate Sponsor

Presenting Sponsor Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund Benefactors Sara Albrecht Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol David Herro and Jay Franke Sponsors Allstate Marlene Breslow-Blitstein and Berle Blitstein Meg and Tim Callahan Lew, Steven and Caralynn Collens Conagra Brands Penny Rodes DeMott Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner GCM Grosvenor Larry and Marla Gilbert JDL Development Jenner & Block The PrivateBank ITW Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Schwertfeger Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker

Patrons ARI, Richard Ehrie Janet and Michael Colleran Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds Dirk Denison and David Salkin Sondra Berman Epstein Jim Gordon, The Edgewater Funds Sandra and Jack Guthman HFF, Jeff Bramson Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Northern Trust Byron and Judy Pollock Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes Burton X. and Sheli Rosenberg Kelly Royer and Damian Dolyniuk Mary Kay Shaw Richard and Barbara Silverman Richard and Ann Tomlinson John Vazquez and Paul Gleixner West Monroe Partners Supporters Beth Bronner and Alan Singer James and Edythe Cloonan Ginger Farley Peter and Adrienne Foley Ron Levin, Goldman Sachs Lettuce Entertain You Jim and Kay Mabie Melissa O’Malley Richard and Ellen Sandor Jack and Niki Tovin Charles Snellgrove Mike and Linda Welsh Sallyan Windt Randy and Lisa White as of June 1, 2017

Left: Hubbard Street Dancer Jacqueline Burnett in Alejandro Cerrudo’s One Thousand Pieces. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Financials Statement of Activities Years Ended August 31, 2017 and 2016 2016 and 2015 Assets Statement of Activities Years Ended August 31,2017 2016 Assets............................................................................................ 2016 2015 Cash and Equivalents........................................................... $32,317 $32,263 Cash and Equivalents...........................................................$32,263 $393,797 Pledges and accounts receivable....................................$599,156 $545,076 Pledges and accounts receivable................................... $545,076 $925,337 Other current assets.......................................................... $410,630 $294,754 Other current assets...........................................................$294,754 $307,190 Net Property and equipment. . .......................................$3,395,321 $3,459,520 Net Property and equipment........................................ $3,459,520 $3,407,342 Other assets. ..................................................................... $5,478,450 $5,173,310 Other assets....................................................................... $5,178,101 $5,348,879 Total Assets........................................................................$9,509,714 $10,382,545 Total Assets................................................................... $9,915,874 $9,504,923 Net Assets LiabilitiesLiabilities and Net and Assets Current .liabilities. ................................................................$908,509 $908,509 $1,027,758 Current liabilities. ............................................................... $542,548 Long-term liabilities.........................................................$1,284,372 $1,337,588 Long-term liabilities......................................................... $1,687,551 $1,279,581 Net assets, unrestricted................................................. $2,106,837 2,059,341 Net assets, unrestricted................................................. $2,134,954 $2,106,837 Net assets, temporarily restricted................................ $1,353,286 2,102,148 Net assets, temporarily restricted................................. $1,651,987 $1,353,286 Net assets, permanently restricted...............................$3,856,710 3,855,710 Net assets, permanently restricted. .............................$3,898,834 $3,856,710 Total Liabilities and Net Assets......................................$9,509,714 $10,382,545 Total Liabilities and Net Assets.................................. $9,915,874

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$9,504,923


Statement of Activities Years Ended August 31, 2017 and 2016 Statement of and Activities Ended August 31, 2017 2016 2016 and 2015 Unrestricted Revenues OtherYears Support Unrestricted Revenues and Other Support.............................. 2016 2015 Performance revenue............................................................ $896,106 $1,844,197 Performance revenue..........................................................$1,844,197 $1,161,430 Contributions Contributions........................................................................................... Foundation, corporate, individual,.............................. $2,085,089 $2,379,485 Foundation, corporate, individual, .............................. $2,379,485 $2,073,629 and government grants and government grants Donated services and materials.......................................$161,059 $211,153 Donated services and materials........................................$211,153 $287,275 Gala and special events. ....................................................$878,920 $897,734 Gala and special events......................................................$897,734 $887,656 Lou ConteLou Dance studio revenues. $1,717,288 $1,718,852 Conte Dance studio.................................. revenues and other income.$1,718,852 $1,421,246 and other Education income Programs.............................................................. $705,257 $598,641 EducationTotal Programs.............................................................. $679,303 $705,257 Unrestricted Revenues and Other Support..........$7,756,678 $6,429,877 Total Unrestricted Revenues and................................. $6,417,765 Expenses Other Support Program services Expenses

$7,756,678

Performances...................................................................$4,326,057

$3,243,986

Lou Conte Dance Studio.................................................. $654,077 $897,630 Program services Education Programs.......................................................... $636,872 $675,398 Performances....................................................................$3,122,149 $4,326,057 Lou Conte Dance Studio.................................................. $895,879 Support Services

$654,077

EducationDevelopment Programs...........................................................$617,206 $636,872 .......................................................................$533,401 $589,959 Gala & Special Events.........................................................$181,596 Support Services Marketing............................................................................. $588,128

$269,833

$375,266 Development . . .....................................................................$378,135 $533,401 Finance & administration.................................................. $705,456 $485,228 Gala & Special Events......................................................... $171,485 $84,703 $181,596 Faculty & IT............................................................................ $97,744 Total Expenses......................................................................$7,710,290 $6,635,044 Marketing............................................................................. $354,956 $588,128 Finance & administration..................................................$584,934 $705,456 Gain/(Loss) on interest rate swap............................................ $1,108 (7,106) Faculty & IT.......................................................................... $284,196 $84,703 Change in Unrestricted Net Assets........................................$47,496 ($212,273)

Total Expenses.................................................................$6,408,940

$7,710,290

Change in beneficial Trust...............................................................0 0 Loss on interest rate swap...................................................$19,292

$1,108

Change in Net Assets............................................................$28,117 $47,496 Hubbard Street Dancer Elliot Hammans in Twyla Tharp’s The Golden Section. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Contributors

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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, 2016 and August 31, 2017. CORPORATE SUPPORT $50,000 and above Athletico Physical Therapy Chicago Athletic Clubs Harris Theater for Music and Dance $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous Allstate Insurance Company Exelon $10,000–$24,999 Abbvie Baker McKenzie Conagra Brands Grosvenor Capital Management, L.P. Illinois Tool Works Jenner and Block, LLP The PrivateBank Wessex 504 Corporation William & Blair $5,000–$9,999 Blue Cross Blue Shield of IL Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP LR Development McDonalds Corporation Northern Trust Company PWC LLP West Monroe Partners $2,500–$4,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Citizens for John Cullerton GoodSmith Gregg & Unruh LLP HFF Jackson National Life Insurance Company Levin Schreder & Carey Ltd Microsoft Corp. Sahara Enterprises $1,000–$2,499 Chef Fredy Cuisine HBK Engineering KPMG Mesirow Financial PhRMA PJH & Associates, Inc. Power Rogers & Smith Valentine Austriaco & Beuschel P.C. Wells Fargo

$500–$999 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. Barrington Strategic Wealth Management MAC Cosmetics PPM America FOUNDATION & GOVERNMENT SUPPORT $100,000 and above Doris Duke Charitable Foundation The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Polk Bros. Foundation $50,000–$99,999 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation National Endowment for the Arts The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous (1) Chicago Dancing Company Colonel Stanley R. McNeil Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Julius N. Frankel Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts Princess Grace Foundation The Crown Family Philanthropies The Davee Foundation $10,000–$24,999 Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Irving Harris Foundation Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. The Joyce Foundation The Sage Foundation The Siragusa Foundation The Rhoades Foundation $5,000–$9,999 Anonymous (1) Butler Family Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation Golder Family Foundation Jerome Robbins Foundation John R. Halligan Charitable Fund The Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation

$1,000–$4,999 Aaron Copland Fund for Music C3 Presents Lark White Foundation INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT Artistic Director’s Society $50,000 and above Sara Albrecht Joyce Chelberg Kenneth C. Griffin Charitable Fund The Lauter McDougal Charitable Fund $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous Lewis Collens Richard and Ann Conger Tomlinson Jay Franke and David Herro Charles Gardner and Patti Eylar Larry and Marla Gilbert John and Jeanne Rowe Timothy Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Bill and Orli Staley Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous Marlene Breslow-Blitstein and Berle Blitstein Meg and Tim Callahan Hugo and Catherine Chavez Steve and Caralynn Collens Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds Joel and Katie Cory Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Adam Grymkowski Carey Heckman Anne Kaplan James D. Letchinger James and Kay Mabie Abby McCormick O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Adrienne Parker Foley and Peter Foley Alexandra and John Nichols Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes R. Penny Rodes DeMott Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Mary Kay Shaw Richard and Barbara Silverman Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker John E. Vazquez and Paul Gleixner Randy and Lisa White Elizabeth Yntema

Hubbard Street dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Michael Gross in Nacho Duato’s Violoncello. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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$5,000–$9,999 Anonymous (1) John and Caroline Ballantine Colleen Batcheler Sondra Berman Epstein Ross B. Bricker and Nina Vinik Corinne Brophy James and Edie Cloonan Michael and Janet Colleran Dirk Denison and David Salkin Damian Dolyniuk and Kelly Royer Dolyniuk Shawn M. Donnelley and Christopher M. Kelly James and Andrea Gordon Sandra and Jack Guthman Harry and Marcy Harczak Linda Hutson Matt and Mikelle Kruger Ron and Elise Magers Jane Ellen Murray David and Suzu Neithercut Thomas J. O’Keefe Judy and Byron Pollock Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Sally and Ellis Regenbogen Eleanor and William Revelle Jane and Michael Strauss Sallyan Windt

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Sustaining DanceMakers $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous (4) Bija Bennett John Blosser John and Kathy Buck Pamela Crutchfield Ann and Stephen Curley Ginger Farley and Bob Shapiro Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Emrys Ingersoll Jana French and Peter Gotsch David and Carol Golder Richard and Mary Gray Bruce and Jamie Hague Trish and Harp Harper Laura and Russell Karlins Mark and Mary Ann Kaufman Dietrich and Andrew Klevorn Howard and Gail Lanznar Jonathan and Krista Ledden Lynette Lilly Jamey Lundblad and Bill Melamed Melissa O’Malley Victoria Priola Kevin and Camille Rudge Katherine Schostok Carleen Schreder and Ralph Musicant Jeff and Maggie Shapack Michael Solomon and Carol McCardell Eric and Tammy Steele Peter and Michelle Thompson Jack and Niki Tovin Keven and Nick Wilder

Hubbard Street Dancers David Schultz and Michael Gross in Alice Klock’s Clan(device. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Premier DanceMakers $1,000–$2,499 Anonymous (5) Greg Albiero and Mark Zampardo Andrew Alexander Robert and Marilyn Arensman Aurora and Jerome Austriaco Curt Bailey David and Luann Blowers Jeffrey and Judith Bramson Paul and Christine Branstad Jeanne Brett Linda S. Buckley John and Leslie Burns Valerie Carberry and Richard Wright Keith and Kathleen Cardoza Bridget and Jim Coffing Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Martin Craig Vince DiBenedetto Marsha and Philip Dowd Michael Downing and Kathy Bernreuter Steve and Lois Eisen The Patti Eylar Scholarship Fund Susan Feibus Steven and Randy Fifield Jaime Fink and Jenny Hall- Fink Jtwros Robert and Sylvie Fitzpatrick Sara Friedle Lisa Genesen and David Tabolt William and Ethel Gofen Peter and Jo Ellen Granson Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Stephanie Hickman Josephine Heindel Steven Hodgens Dr. Steven Hodges Jim Huberty and Marc Giles Ian Jacobs and Valerie Chang Jastromb Family Philanthropic Fund Linda and Bernard Kastory Tim King Koldyke Family Fund Linda and Peter Krivkovich Kathleen LaPorte

Monica Leccese Dale and Julie Leibert Karen and Peter Lennon Ron and Fifi Levin Tammy Lipson Sandra McNaughton Richard and Martha Melman Diane and Bob Merna Gary Metzner and Scott Johnson Pamela G. Meyer John E. Miller Sally and Ted Miller Milan Mrkisch Kay and Geoffrey Nixon Kenneth Norgan Julie O’Connell Tom O’Halloran and Teresa Woodruff Patricia O’Neill Cox Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Osborne Jason Ott, Aon Private Risk Management Patricia and Candace Parchem Jackie Rosa Richard and Mary Ruth Ryan John and Alice Sabl Richard and Ellen Sandor Family Foundation Dr. Patricia Schostok Reese Joseph Seigle Lloyd and Natalie Shefsky Lee Shulman Allen and Beth Singer Thomas Sinkovic Charles Snellgrove Dawn Stanislaw Steve Traxler Marilee C. Unruh Cynthia Van Osdol and John Sandwick Edward and Dia Weil Linda and Michael Welsh K.C. Wigle William Ziemann


DancePartners $500–$999 Anonymous (3) Judith and Fred Adler James and Sheila Amend Mary Bartecki Steven and Susan Bass Marcus Maria Bechily and Scott Hodes Tom and Tina Berry Janice Block and Ron Chaddock Norman and Virginia Bobins Marcus Boggs Stuart Brainerd and Elise Paschen Leigh Breslau Robert and Joell Brightfelt Larry Briski Nicole Brown Paul and Amy Carbone Steven and Jacqueline Chilow Scott and Jen Christiansen Mary and Jack Connelly Thomas Durica Jeffrey and Julie Echt Abby and Adriane Farrell Thomas J. Feie Lisa Ferguson Thomas Fink Joel Frader Jim and Deb Ford Paul and Dedrea Gray, In the Works Fund Chris and Paula Hoste Dori Howell Scott Johnson George T. Jones, M.D. and V. Lyn Jones Michele Kadich Julie and Jeffrey Kaplan Daniel Kaufman Eric Kessler Kurtis Kossen Jackie Kott-Wolle and David Wolle Kevin Kranzusch Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Joan Lewis Robert Liem Margie Liotta David Marberger Helen Melchior Zarin and Carmen Mehta Marvin Mendez Mike and Laura Mieko Bradley Nelson Stacey and Tom Newman Edward and Gayla Nieminen Sarah Nolan Steve Palmquist and Kathryn Nuss Jim Petrassi John Pintozzi Johnathan and Robin Plotkin Bonnie Podolsky Eleanor Pollack Andra Press

Evan Roth Michael and Bonnie Rothman David Rotholz Biff Ruttenberg and Gwen Callans Paula Salerno T.J. Saye Nancy Schroeder Tatjana and Chelsea Schuster Robert Sevim John Tullsen and Evan Siegel Susan and Matthew Shattock Fangji Slaymaker Diane Sprenger Patricia Sternberg Myron and Cynthia Stouffer Gregory and Cynthia Taylor Kimberly Taylor Dan Thorson Wayne F. Tjaden Zackary Wallace Gary Warfel Steven and Lorrayne Weiss Craig White Karen Wilmot Patricia Woertz and Ron Jensen $250–$499 Anonymous (2) Kathleen and Jeff Abbott Hayes Abrams Carol Albrecht Suzanne Appel Gregg Auby Mary Baglivo Marilyn Bartter Sandra Bass Marc Beem and Susan Berkowitz Allison Bivin Mary Boehler Frederick Boyer and Claire Guis Janet Carl Smith and Mel Smith Kalena Chevalier Terese Connolly Wesley Cook Sandi Cooksey Tamara and Robert Cosentino Robert Delaney Warren and Joan Eagle Jennifer Edgcomb Beth I. Davis Andrew and Diann Dincolo Evan Epstein Diane Erickson Richard and Marjorie Ettlinger Elizabeth Fama and John Cochrane Arthur L. Frank, M.D. Julie L. Gentes Camille Grejczyk Martin Grochala and Fred Reuland Paul Horner Mira Iliescu Ian Jacobs and Valerie Chang

Karen Jones Sondra and Tony Karman Peter and Theresa Karutz Jan Kliger Brian and Elizabeth Kluge Bryan Komornik Ryan Krueger Melvin Kupperman Katherine Lin Walter Mah and Margaret Mattsson Maureen Mosh Eileen Murray Michael Narciso Susan O’Connell Adam Orlansky Edwin Outwater Cathy Peponis Sarah Pesetsky Karen Piece Andrew and Judy L. Porte D. Elizabeth Price and Louis Yecies Donna Rodriguez Daniel Rosenthal Joanna Rupp Merry Schroeder John and Cheryl Seder Michele Selander David and Judith Sensibar Stephen Silverman and Janet Leder Michael and Martha Smith Mary Splude Timothy State Betsy Stelle Morgan Richard Straub Karen Teitelbaum Emily Thomas Mary Ellen Toll and William Heimann Jessica Tong Marc VanOverbeke Douglas Vaughan Charles Vinz Tracy Vonder Haar Paul Waas Jerold Wasserman Jon Will Liza Zito 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. 130 or development@hubbardstreetdance.com

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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. 130 or development@ hubbardstreetdance.com In Honor of Sara Albrecht Jamey Lundblad and Bill Melamed Robert and Sylvie Fitzpatrick In Honor of Meg Callahan David and Gabrielle Rousso In Honor and Memory of Marge Collens Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Norman and Virginia Bobins In honor of Steve and Caralynn Collens Jennifer Fried In honor of Joel Cory’s birthday Donald and Gail Segal In Honor of Warren Eagle Diana Kenworthy In Honor of Warren Eagle’s 80th Birthday and His and Joan’s 55th Anniversary Barbara Weiner In Honor of Elliot Hammans Merry Schroeder In Honor of John and Denise’s Anniversary Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol In honor of Denise Stefan Ginascol Elizabeth Yntema and John Ferguson In Honor of Chris Horsman’s birthday Donald Santoski and April Brazell In Honor of Kelly Michaels Lane Alexander In Honor of Margaret McCole Mary Kay Shaw

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In Memory of Jim Oates Barbara Grunewald In Honor of Jason Palmquist Irving Harris Foundation In Honor of Byron Pollock Sheldon Holzman In Honor of Richard L. Rodes Jackson National Life Insurance Company Thomas Feie In Honor of the Marriage of Mickey Huang and Keith Wood Richard Straub ENDOWMENTS Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the following donors to its endowed funds, including the Meg & Tim Callahan Fund for Dancers, the Jane Ellen Murray Endowment, and the Artistic Program Endowment, which was established with a generous grant from the Ford Foundation. $100,000 and above Meg and Tim Callahan Pamela Crutchfield Josephine H. Deutsch Trust The Ford Foundation Jay Franke and David Herro Jim and Kay Mabie The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation The Lauter McDougal Charitable Fund Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller $50,000-$99,999 Sara Albrecht John and Caroline Ballantine Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Deborah Bricker Sandra and Jack Guthman The Rhoades Foundation Earl and Sandra Rusnak Randy and Lisa White Mrs. Eleanor Wood Prince William N. Wood Prince

$25,000-$49,999 Lew Collens Harold Florsheim Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Bernard and Averill Leviton Dale and Dana Machalleck James F. Oates Randy White and Hope Wollman $10,000-$24,999 Dean Balice Katherine and Christopher Barber Roger and Julie Baskes Joseph and Anne Bohne Janice Y. Burnham and Raymond B. Carney James and Edie Cloonan Joel and Katie Cory Allan and Ellen Drebin Susan and Bryan Erler Trudy Giesel Mary Louise Gorno Jacqueline Hurlbutt and Norman Waite Sarah J. Nolan Dina Norris and Steve Young Byron and Judy Pollock Sally and Ellis Regenbogen Eleanor and William Revelle Dana and Andre Rice Kevin and Camille Rudge Warren D. Shifferd Jr. Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Richard and Ann Tomlinson Robert and Nancy Unglaub Earl and Susan Webb Sallyan Windt $5,000-$9,999 Julia Antonatos Sanchen Barnum William and Donna Barrows The Sidney and June Barrows Foundation Corinne Brophy Carla J. Eyre and Peter F. Gallagher Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Judith Grubner and Craig Jobson Stephanie Hickman Linda Hutson Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Pat Pulido Sanchez and Manuel Sanchez John Schwartz Kenneth Shanoff and Steve Young Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Jack and Niki Tovin


$1,000-$4,999 Kathy Catrambone Carolyn Clift Thomas and Lois Colberg Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Jocelyn B. Hamlar and Leighton J. Toney Jastromb Family Philanthropic Fund Rachel Corn Kluge and Scott Kluge David Mekemson and Irene Petruniak Maureen Mosh Donald Ratner Patrick J. Schieble Richard Turner and David Jenkins $250-$999 Todd Magazine Bill Nygren Foundation Sheila Owens Steven and Frances Shapiro LOU CONTE FOUNDERS SOCIETY Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is grateful to the following individuals who have included us in their estate plans. Our future is more secure because of their generosity. Meg and Tim Callahan Josephine H. Deutsch* Marge* and Lew Collens Jane Ellen Murray Edward and Gayla Nieminen Sarah J. Nolan James F. Oates*

Edna K. Papazian* Byron Pollock Alyssa J. Rapp Richard L. Rodes Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Landon N. Stigall* J. Randall White

HFF Real Estate Services

*deceased

Koya International Partners Executive Search

SPECIAL SERVICES Adler Associates, Ltd. Mesirow Insurance Services Insurance Services Allied Live Advertising Athletico Physical Therapy Official Provider of Physical Therapy Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP Auditor

HMS Media Video Services KlearSky Solutions, LLC Web Development and Design

MAC Cosmetics Official Make-up Sponsor Park Grill Preferred Restaurant Partner The PrivateBank Financing and Banking Service PWC Consulting Services

Bill Melamed Development and Marketing

Franczek Radelet, P.C. Baker McKenzie, LLP Legal Services

Blue Plate Events Catering Partner

Sepia Preferred Restaurant Partner

Chicago Athletic Clubs Official Health Club

SP+ Parking Parking Partner

Communiqué Graphic Design Graphic Design

Sunny Artist Management Inc. North American Representation Ilter Ibrahimof, Director ilter@sunnyartistmanagement.com Synapse Networks, Inc. IT Services Tito’s Handmade Vodka Spirits Sponsor Todd Rosenberg Photography Photography Tourwerks, Inc. Tour Housing Negotiation Kathleen Weber, M.D. Midwest Orthopedic at Rush

Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Jason Hortin in Lou Conte’s Georgia. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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CONTRIBUTED MATERIALS AND SERVICES Allegro Dance Boutique Amazing Cosmetics Athletico Physical Therapy Barbara Bates Design Blue Plate Events Ross Bricker Cannonball Wine Company Chef Fredy Cuisine Chicago Athletic Clubs Chicago White Sox ComEd Sandi Cooksey Kelly Royer Dolyniuk Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll and Emrys Ingersoll Garrett Popcorn Shops

Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Goose Island Brew Co. HMS Media Kehoe Designs SP+ Parking Lettuce Entertain You Lockwood Restaurant and Bar Lollapalooza MAC Cosmetics Microsoft Corporation Neiman Marcus Lin Manuel Miranda MirRam Group, LLC Sarah J. Nolan Park Grill Perrier Jane Post

Potbelly Sandwich Shop Quartino Ristorante & Wine Bar Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Seabourn Sepia The Service Club of Chicago Tito’s Handmade Vodka United Airlines Eddie and Sherry Wechs Wine Sisterhood A Zaffarano Production HSDC appreciates the support of inkind contributors of gifts valued up to $250 and regrets the inability to list their names due to space limitations.

Hubbard Street Dancers Jessica Tong and Jesse Bechard in Nacho Duato’s Jardi Tancat. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Who We Are Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director Lou Conte Founding Artistic Director Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll General Manager Claire Bataille Director of the Lou Conte Dance Studio Terence Marling Director of Hubbard Street 2 Lucas Crandall Rehearsal Director Jessica Tong Rehearsal Director Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS Suzanne Appel Director of External Affairs

PRODUCTION STAFF Jason Brown Director of Production

Andy Sheagren Associate Director of Marketing

Scott Nelson Production Manager

Melissa Platt Board Liaison and Individual Giving Manager

Kaitlyn Breen Lighting Director

Julie Levar Board Liaison and Individual Giving Manager Danielle Sparklin Manager of Data and Patron Services Rebecca Monen Manager of Institutional Giving Dexter Carlson Senior Development Coordinator

Belina Mizrahi Controller

Jose E. Gaona Corporate and Foundation Relations Coordinator

LaMar Brown Company Manager

Sofia Pilar Marketing Coordinator

Krista Ellensohn Manager of Pre-Professional Programs

Rachael Pshock Development Data and Patron Services Coordinator

Meredith Dincolo Artistic Associate and Coordinator of Pre-Professional Programs

Hayley Ross Communication Coordinator

Kimberly Ingram Bookkeeper Deirdre Connelly Facilities and Operations Coordinator Alyssa Morales Accounting and Operations Coordinator Andrea Roberts Interim Accounting Coordinator Emma Speiser Management Associate

Sidney Cristol Advertising, Sales and Ticketing YOUTH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education and Community Programs Sarah McCarty Senior Manager of Research and Curriculum Keesha Beckford Youth Programs Manager Michelle Modrzejewski Community Programs Manager Jennifer Gunter Administrative Manager Savannah Turner Education Coordinator Erin Harner Youth Program Fellow

Julie E. Ballard Stage Manager and Properties Master Jason Natali 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 Elizabeth Hunstad First Hand Constance Thome Rachel Winborn Drapers Greta Humphrey Bethany Sassen Angela Enos Stitchers Jenni Schwaner Ladd Touring Wardrobe DANCERS Jesse Bechard Jacqueline Burnett Alicia Delgadillo Jeffery Duffy Michael Gross Elliot Hammans Jason Hortin Alice Klock Emilie Leriche Adrienne Lipson Florian Lochner Ana Lopez Andrew Murdock David Schultz Kevin J. Shannon Penny Saunders Jessica Tong BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mayor Rahm Emanuel Honorary Chair Sara Albrecht++ Chair

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 Colleen Batcheler Bija Bennett Berle Blitstein Ross B. Bricker Catherine Chavez Steven 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 Cynthia Van Osdol 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++ Marie E. O’Connor++ Timothy Schwertfeger++ Jack D. Tovin Sallyan Windt William N. Wood Prince + Past Board Chair ++ Past Board President

Richard L. Rodes President and Treasurer

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