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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 preprofessional training—while extensive Youth, Education, and Community Programs keep the organization deeply connected to its hometown.


A MESSAGE

FROM HUBBARD STREET’S LEADERSHIP

As Hubbard Street celebrated its 40th Anniversary in 2018, I celebrated a milestone as well: my first anniversary as Executive Director. Since I joined Hubbard Street, I’ve learned about the immense passion this organization exudes and how much brightness lies ahead of us for the future. As a major cultural institution in Chicago and a national leader in the dance field, Hubbard Street is dedicated to creating programming and training opportunities that encourage and inspire the next generation of dancers. Every day, I feel incredibly energized as I walk through the building and see hundreds of dance students passing through our doors of all ages and skill levels to continue their training with our renowned faculty. This annual report outlines the people and places we were able to reach throughout the past year, and the goals we continue to reach towards in the future. Last year, we continued to make dance accessible in the Chicago community through scholarships and financial aid offered for classes and Intensives at the Hubbard Street Dance Center, as well as for our Adaptive Dance Programs and School Residencies. At our home performances as part of the 40th Anniversary season, we were proud to celebrate four choreographers who embody where Hubbard Street has been and where we see ourselves in the future: Peter Chu, Crystal Pite, Alejandro Cerrudo, and Ohad Naharin. Additionally, Hubbard Street’s performances brought the joy of dance to 15 U.S. cities as well as San Sauveur, Canada and Mexico City, Mexico, sharing our world class talent with tens of thousands of dance enthusiasts beyond Chicago. Thank you to our many donors, board members, audience members, staff, and passionate artists who helped continue to support our mission to transform lives through dance this year.

David McDermott Executive Director

Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Elliot Hammans in A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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FALL Hubbard Street Dance Chicago began its 40th Anniversary season with Space, In Perspective, a new and innovative performance curated by Peter Chu that led audiences through various spaces of the Harris Theater for Music and Dance including into the Loading Dock, backstage, through stairwells, and onto the stage itself.

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Hubbard Street Dancers Elliot Hammans and Andrew Murdock in Space, In Perspective by Peter Chu. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Hubbard Street Dancers Jacqueline Burnett and Elliot Hammans in A Picture of You Falling by Crystal Pite. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Fall Sponsors Richard Rodes Penny Rodes DeMott Elizabeth Yntema 6


WINTER Hubbard Street’s Winter Series focused on a choreographer whose work has become part of the fabric that makes Hubbard Street the company that it is today: Crystal Pite. The company performed the full length duet A Picture of You Falling, previously performed as an excerpt, The Other You, another duet for two men, and Grace Engine for the full company.

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SPRING The 40th Anniversary Season Spring Series was dedicated to Hubbard Street’s beloved Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo. The special two-night engagement at the Auditorium Theatre marked the company’s first engagement there in 20 years. The exciting return to the Auditorium featured Alejandro’s first work for the company Lickety-Split, Silent Ghost, originally choreographed for Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, and the world premiere of Out of Your Mind.

Hubbard Street Dancers Alice Klock and Andrew Murdock in Out of Your Mind by Alejandro Cerrudo. Photo by Cheryl Mann.

Spring Sponsors Meg and Tim Callahan Barbara and Richard Silverman 8


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SUMMER Hubbard Street closed the 40th Anniversary Season with Decadance/ Chicago, a world premiere by world renowned Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin created specifically for Hubbard Street. The evening-length performance brought audiences to their feet with selections from Naharin’s most popular works including the iconic Minus 16.

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Decadance/Chicago by Ohad Naharin. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Summer Sponsors Bill and Orli Staley The Tomlinson Family 10

Ross Bricker and Nina Vinik The Collens Family Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest Larry and Marla Gilbert


Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Marc Miller and Chris Horseman Randy and Lisa White

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BOLD MOVES FOR BOLD WOMEN Bold Moves for Bold Women 2018 celebrated original Hubbard Street dancer Claire Bataille with a special evening at Baker McKenzie featuring a Q+A with Claire and Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton moderated by former Hubbard Street dancer and Director of the Chicago Dancemakers Forum Ginger Farley. The evening also included a silent auction and raised $65,000 to support Hubbard Street’s education programs.

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Bold Moves for Bold Women guests also attended a pre-performance reception prior to attending the Spring Series performance at the Auditorium Theatre.


Photos by Robert F Carl.

Hubbard Street Dancer Alice Klock in Second to Last by Alejandro Cerrudo. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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TOURING Hubbard Street performed at a number of locations across the US including: New York City, New York; Santa Barbara, California; Irvine, California; East Lansing Michigan; Des Moines, Iowa; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Princeton, New Jersey; St Louis, Missouri; Lincoln Nebraska; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mexico City, Mexico; Austin, Texas; Houston, Texas, New Orleans, Louisiana; Seattle, Washington; Aspen, Colorado; Cleveland, Ohio; Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Jacobs Pillow Dance Festival in Becket Massachusetts; and St Sauveur, Canada.

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HS Pro The Hubbard Street Professional Program (HS Pro) directed by Alexandra Wells, Artistic Director of Springboard Danse Montreal, launched with its inaugural class in Fall of 2017. 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. The 20 dancers in the inaugural class performed during Space, In Perspective alongside the company dancers. In May, HS Pro held their own immersive performance at the Hubbard Street Dance Center titled “The Takeover” as a culmination of their work during the 2017-18 year.

Hubbard Street Professional Program Dancer Abdiel Figeruoa Reyes. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Intensives Hubbard Street added one additional program to our pre-professional Intensive training initiatives, an Advanced level intensive for dancer 13-17, at the Glorya Kaufman School of Dance at the University of Southern California alongside our pre-existing Pre-Professional Choreographic Intensive in Los Angeles.

Hubbard Street Rehearsal Director Jesscia Tong. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Hubbard Street Intensives now serve over 400 students annually with programming designed to prepare them for a career in contemporary dance.

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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 with over 70 classes per week.

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Photo by Todd Rosenberg.


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Education 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 self-expression and empowered learning.

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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.

3000 students and 250 teachers participated in our programs through residencies, performances, and professional development workshops this year.

Partnership with Ellen Mitchell Elementary School Mitchell School holds a special place at Hubbard Street. As the only year-long, multi-grade dance partnership in the city, Mitchell serves as a unique partnership model. Now in its tenth year, the program provides a sequential dance curriculum for all students in grades pre-k–5. The 5th graders participate in a special capstone project, working with the dancers of the company, as choreographers and performers.

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Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Community Programs In addition to our in-school programming, Hubbard Street also offered youth dance classes and camps at the Hubbard Street Dance Center. We continued our in-studio Adaptive Dance Program for students on the Autism spectrum and students with Parkinson’s Disease. The Youth Dance Program is proud to offer an extensive scholarship and financial aid program, making dance accessible to students throughout the city, with no one who applies turned away.

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 5000 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 1,000 students annually, the program provides $75,000 in scholarships and financial aid.

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Photo by Todd Rosenberg.


First Steps In the Fall of 2017, Hubbard Street introduced a new scholarship program for incoming 1st graders to provide tuition free ballet class to selected students. 15 students participated in the First Steps program.

Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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Spotlight Ball Hubbard Street’s Season 40 Annual Spotlight Ball, held on June 6, 2018 and included an abbreviated Decadance/Chicago performance 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. The Spotlight Ball Award was presented to Ohad Naharin for his contributions to the dance community as Artistic Director of Batsheva Dance Company.

Former Hubbard Street Dancer Jason Hortin. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.

Photos by Robert F. Carl.

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Benefactors

Exelon The Foley Family GCM Grosvenor Grant Thornton LLP and Mike Mleko JLL Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP Jim and Kay Mabie Marc Miller and Chris Horsman PwC Richard L. Rodes John and Jeanne Rowe Mary Kay Shaw Richard and Barbara Silverman Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Jane and Michael Strauss The Telos Group, LLC Richard and Ann Tomlinson W.E. O’Neil Construction Co. West Monroe Partners Randy and Lisa White William Blair

Fidelity National Title

INSURANCE COMPANY

Meg and Tim Callahan Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Peter and Karen Lennon Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller Sponsors Ross Bricker and Nina Vinik, Jenner & Block LLP CIBC The Collens Family Conagra Brands Patti Eylar and Charlie Gardner Marla and Larry Gilbert ITW Lauren Robishaw

Supporter Anne E. Leibowitz Foundation, Joy Segal Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois Joyce Chelberg Pamela Crutchfield Dirk Denison Sondra Berman Epstein Ginger Farley and Bob Shapiro FGMK, LLC Jack and Sandra Guthman Linda and Bernard Kastory Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC Fay and Daniel Levin McCaffery Interests, Inc. Byron and Judy Pollock Lawrence I. Richman, Neal Gerber & Eisenberg LLP Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Patron Allstate Insurance Company Beacon Capital Partners Brown Brothers Harriman CBRE, Sara Spicklemire Catherine and Hugo Chavez Chicago Title Insurance Company Janet and Michael Colleran Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds Joel and Katie Cory The Duchossois Group Inc.

OFFICIAL SPIRITS SPONSOR

OFFICIAL WINE SPONSOR

DÉCOR

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FINANCIALS

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Grace Engine by Crystal Pite. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Statements of Financial Position as of August 31, 2018 and 2017 Assets........................................................................................ 2018 2017 Cash and equivalents........................................................ $102,020 $32,317 Working Capital Reserve cash on hand......................... $100,048

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Pledges and accounts receivable....................................$407,562 $599,156 Prepaid expenses............................................................... $389,075 $410,630 Net property and equipment........................................ $3,446,289 $3,395,321 Other assets.......................................................................$7,322,426 $5,478,450 Total Assets...................................................................... $11,767,420 $9,915,874 Liabilites and Net Assets Current liabilities...............................................................$1,253,728 $542,548 Long-term liabilities........................................................ $1,662,605 $1,687,551 Net assets, unrestricted................................................. $1,560,924 $2,134,954 Net assets, temporarily restricted.................................$1,365,457 $1,651,987 Net assets, permanently restricted.............................. $5,924,706

$3,898,834

Total Liabilities and Net Assets.................................... $11,767,420 $9,915,874

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Statements of Activities as of August 31, 2018 and 2017 Revenues and Other Support...................................................2018 2017 Performances........................................................................$1,244,519 $896,106 Contributions Foundation, corporate, individual,.............................. $3,309,860 $2,070,035 and government grants Donated services and materials......................................$206,925

$161,059

Gala and special events.....................................................$860,827 $878,920 Artist Training....................................................................... $1,905,426 $1,609,766 Youth, Education and Community......................................$567,981

$679,303

Other Income......................................................................... $194,590

$196,376

Total Revenues and Other Support.................................$8,290,128

$6,491,565

Expenses Program Services Performances.......................................................................$3,528,306 $3,122,149 Artist Training.........................................................................$1,127,951

$918,260

Youth, Education, and Community.....................................$612,122 $617,206 Support Services Development..........................................................................$650,834

$533,469

Marketing................................................................................. $335,363

$354,956

Operations................................................................................$721,662

$578,704

Facilities & IT...............................................................................$81,748

$99,558

Non-operating items.............................................................$(66,830)

$101,679

Total Expenses..................................................................$6,991,156

$6,325,981

Change in Net Assets...................................................... $1,165,312

$368,942

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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, 2017 and August 31, 2018. Corporate Support $25,000–$49,999 Athletico Rehabilitation, Fitness And Performance Chicago Athletic Clubs Fidelity National Title Insurance Company The Northern Trust Company $10,000–$24,999 AbbVie Allstate Baker Mckenzie CIBC Conagra Exelon Corporation Illinois Tool Works Inc. Jenner & Block, LLP PPM America, Inc. Wessex 504 Corporation William Blair & Company, LLC $5,000–$9,999 Beacon Capital Partners Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois Brown Brothers Harriman & Company Capital Group Companies CBRE Group, Inc. Grant Thornton LLP Grosvenor Capital Management, L.P. JLL McDonald’s Corporation Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP PWC LLP Telos Group LLC USG Corporation W.E. O’Neil Construction Company, Inc. West Monroe Partners LLC $2,500–$4,999 Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Chicago Title & Trust Company Levenfeld Pearlstein, LLC Marsh Private Client Services Sahara Enterprises, Inc. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Surgical Solutions Valentine Austriaco & Bueschel, P.C.

$1,000–$2,499 Accenture LLP Aon Private Risk Management Arthur J. Gallagher & Company FGMK, LLC KPMG LLP Ventas , Inc. PJH and Associates , Inc. Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP U.S. National Title Services, LLC

$1,000–$4,999 Anne Liebowitz Fund Consulate General of Israel to the Midwest Jane Ellen Murray Foundation Kovler Family Foundation

$500–$999 DLA Piper US LLP

$25,000–$49,999 Meg and Timothy Callahan Bruce and Joyce Chelberg Pamela Crutchfield Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Karen and Peter Lennon Bill and Orli Staley Tim Schwertfeger and Gail Waller

Foundation and Government Support $100,000+ Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Polk Bros. Foundation $50,000–$99,999 The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Lloyd A. Fry Foundation The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Beatrice P. DeLany Charitable Trust Crown Family Philanthropies The Davee Foundation Elizabeth Louise Smith Revocable Trust Julius N. Frankel Foundation Illinois Arts Council Agency National Endowment for the Arts $10,000–$24,999 Anonymous (1) Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund Irving Harris Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Sage Foundation The Rhoades Foundation The Siragusa Family Foundation $5,000–$9,999 Butler Family Foundation The Charles and Joan Gross Family Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation Golder Family Foundation John R. Halligan Charitable Fund The Bluhm Family Charitable Foundation

Individual Support $50,000+ The Lauter McDougal Charitable Fund

$10,000–$24,999 Colleen and Andrew Batcheler Lewis Collens Steven and Caralynn Collens R. Penny Rodes DeMott Charles Gardner and Patti Eylar Ginger Farley and Bob Shapiro Adrienne Parker Foley and Peter Foley Larry and Marla Gilbert Abby McCormick O’Neil and D. Carroll Joynes Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes John and Jeanne Rowe Barbara and Richard Silverman $5,000–$9,999 Catherine and Hugo Chavez Michael and Janet Colleran Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds Craig and Janet Duchossois Sondra Epstein Sara S. Friedle Harry and Marcy Harczak Carey Heckman Mark and Mary Ann Kaufman James and Kay Mabie Mac MacLellan and Miriam Waltz Ron and Elise Magers Dan Mccaffery Marc Miller and Chris Horsman Jane Murray and Edwin Wentz Dave O’Brien Katherine Schostok Phinney

Hubbard Street Dancer Alicia Delgadillo in Grace Engine by Crystal Pite. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

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William and Eleanor Revelle Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Mary Kay Shaw Deborah and Kelly Stonebraker Jane and Michael Strauss Richard Tomlinson and Ann Conger Tomlinson Randy and Lisa White Sallyan Windt Elizabeth Yntema and Mark Ferguson $2,500–$4,999 John and Caroline Ballantine John Blosser Ross Bricker and Nina Vinik Carey Burton Ian Jacobs and Valerie Chang James and Edie Cloonan Mary Gray Sandra and Jack Guthman Trish and Harp Harper J. Michael Hemmer Laura and Russell Karlins Sara Spicklemire and Alex Kessel Dietrich and Andrew Klevorn Howard and Gail Lanznar Daniel and Fay Levin Lynette Lilly Cinnamin Malone Byron and Judy Pollock Ken and Colleen Statz Eric and Tammy Steele Jack and Niki Tovin Cynthia Van Osdol and John Sandwick Scott Vetri $1,000–$2,499 Greg Albiero and Mark Zampardo Andrew and Shaun Block Jeanne Brett Linda S. Buckley John and Leslie Burns Bridget and Jim Coffing Mimi Cohen Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Elliott J. Crigger Stephen and Ann Curley Michael Damore Francesca DeBiase and Jassem E. Mahmoud Dirk Denison and David Salkin Shawn M. Donnelley and Cristopher M. Kelly Marsha and Philip Dowd Jennifer Edgcomb George Efstathiou and Stace Schulte Jana French and Peter Gotsch Mary Galvin Dave Garland and Karen Matusinec Michael Grant and Carol McMahan Josephine Heindel Jim Huberty and Marc Giles

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Joel and Diane Jastromb Janet and Marty Kalin Linda and Bernard Kastory Russ Kinnel Katherine Kohatsu Mike and Patricia Koldyke Kurtis Kossen Nora Ligurotis Tammy Lipson Jamey Lundblad and Bill Melamed Mark Mandich Kevin McGirr Sandra McNaughton Gary Metzner Pamela Meyer John E. Miller Sally and Ted Miller Richard and Beverly Moody Maureen Mosh Kay and Geoffrey Nixon Cliff and Sarah Norris Anastasia O’Brien Melissa O’Malley Lynette Pellettiere Bonnie Podolsky Victoria Priola Paul Robishaw Paul Rosenblum Richard and Mary Ruth Ryan Kevin and Camille Rudge John and Alice Sabl TJ Saye Cynthia Scholl Carleen L. Schreder Merry Schroeder Alan and Beth Singer Michael Solomon Dawn Stanislaw Linda and Michael Welsh Keven and Nick Wilder Kristin Woolfolk Jamie E. Younger James and Margaret Zagel William Ziemann $500–$999 Kathleen Abbott James and Sheila Amend Anthony Balestrieri Randolph and Lorraine Barba Lawrence Berlin Andrea Billhardt Stuart Brainerd and Elise Paschen Paul and Christine Branstad Corinne Brophy Robert and Joell Brightfelt Larry Briski Nicole Brown Tania Castroverde Moskalenko John and Melissa Collins Mary and Jack Connelly Erica Daitch

Damian Dolyniuk and Kelly Royer Dolyniuk Richard and Susan Eggener David R. Ellis Fred Entin Bill Escamilla Thomas J. Feie Jim and Deb Ford Joel Frader Lisa Genesen and David Tabolt Meredith George Rosalind Giulietti Morris Goodman Parrie Kathryn Graham Adam Grymkowski Elliot Hammans Michael Jordan Marsha Kamen Mark E. Kelly and Patricia A. Needham Kevin Kranzusch Ryan Krueger Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Robert Liem Katherine Lin Jessica and Joshua Malkin Susan A. Manning Stephen and Susan Marcus Scott McCausland David McDermott and Molly Graber Margaret Morris Kristine Mueller Stacey Newman Edward and Gayla Nieminen Kimberly Orput Kristen Otterson Larry Parker Andrew Plocker Eleanor Pollack Paul and Megan Rattigan Marvin Richardson Peter Ross Jeffrey and Susan Rubenstein Paula Salerno Thomas Sinkovic Fangji Slaymaker Maria Stamas Patricia Sternberg Gregory and Cynthia Taylor Dan Thorson John Tullsen and Evan Siegel Ashley and Andrew Vail Daniel Weiss and Heidi Steiner Steven Wernikoff and Betsy Katten Karen Wilmot Brad Yusim


$250–$499 Tianne Bataille Marc O. Beem and Susan A. Berkowitz Leslie Belzberg Linda Bierig Deborah Bluminberg Caroline Bristol Thomas Broderick Jessica Callahan Dadosky Jill Christie Tamara and Robert Cosentino Christine L. Cote Sandi Cooksey Beth I. Davis Zev and Michal Davis Louis Defalco Robert O. Delaney Cindy M. Delmar Alex DeVries Warren and Joan Eagle Miguel Edwards Evan Epstein Richard and Marjorie Ettlinger Elizabeth Fama and John Cochrane Arthur L. Frank Brandon and Tracy Frein Xuan Fu William Fuhrman Samuel R. Fusco Julie L. Gentes Jerry and Jeannette Goldstone Philip Greco Camille Grejczyk Martin Grochala and Fred Reuland Veronica Guadelupe Debra D. Hadley Harry and Lyne Halme William S. Horton Chris and Paula Hoste James Jacobson and Kathy Ingraham Ronald E. Jacquart John D. Jawor Robyn and Alan Jensen Sarah W. Johnson Jacqueline Kelly Brian and Elizabeth Kluge Cheryl Kneubuehl Douglas and Catherine Knuth Brian Kozminski Roberta Kramer Mark Larsen Karen Leets David Loomis and Benjamin Saukas Donald L. MacCorquodale Jennifer and Josh Mallamud Rick Martinotti Nic McCarley Camille McLeod Rachel Mersey Theodore Milby Jasminka Milpak Leslie H. Newman

Audrey Paton Sarah Pesetsky Karen Pierce John Pintozzi Una Pipic Judy and Andrew Porte Karin Prangley Andra Press Paul Reyes Shannon Richardson Donna Rodriguez Daniel Rosenthal Stephen Roy & Lloyd Kohler Trisha Ryan Annie Sanditen Shawn Sandor Leslie Saunders Patricia Schostok Reese Nancy Schroeder Jack Shankman Suzanne Shoemaker Stephen Silverman and Janet Leder Janet Carl Smith and Mel Smith Merrill Smith Michael and Martha Smith Margaret E. Spalding Kristine Stelzer Lisbeth Stiffel Richard Straub Richard Thies Emily Thomas Emily Thomas Wayne F. Tjaden Clinton Tolbert Mary Ellen Toll and William Heimann Michael C. Towler Renee Tyree Marilee C. Unruh Theodore M. Utchen Marc VanOverbeke Christy and Donald Vehrs Jennifer Village Paul Waas Nelson A. Zamora Gifts In Honor and Memory In honor of Bill Melamed’s Birthday Leslie Belzberg In honor of Marge Collens Burton and Sheli Rosenberg In honor of Mary Kay Shaw Debra Hadley In honor of Claire Bataille Michael Jordan

In honor of the Parkinson’s Program Stephen Silverman and Janet Leder In honor of Mickey and Keith’s First Wedding Anniversary Richard Straub In honor of Jane Strauss Richard Thies Contributed Materials and Services Akira Chicago Allegro Dance Boutique Alyssa Rapp and Hal Morris Athletico Rehabilitation, Fitness and Performance Attorneys’ Title Guaranty C3 Presents Chicago Athletic Clubs East Bank Club ESQ Corporation Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge Fay and Daniel Levin Karena Fiorenza Ingersoll Kristin Conley and Andrew Sudds MAC Cosmetics Maria Pinto Salon Lashe Share A Splash Mary Kay Shaw Tito’s Handmade Vodka Trahan Architect Endowments Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the following donors to the Endowment for Health and Wellness and the Endowment for Artistic Programs, which was established with a generous grant from the Ford Foundation. $100,000 and above Meg and Tim Callahan Pamela Crutchfield The Davee Foundation Josephine H. Deutsch Trust The Ford Foundation Jay Franke and David Herro The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Jim and Kay Mabie Nancy A. Lauter & Alfred L. McDougal Charitable Fund Timothy R. Schwertfeger and Gail Waller

In honor of Jane and Michael Strauss Robyn and Alan Jensen

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$50,000–$99,999 Sara Albrecht John and Caroline Ballantine Deborah Bricker Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Sandra and Jack Guthman Mrs. Eleanor Wood Prince William N. Wood Prince The Rhoades Foundation Earl and Sandra Rusnak Randy and Lisa White $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 Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol 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. Richard and Ann Tomlinson Robert and Nancy Unglaub Earl and Susan Webb Sallyan Windt

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$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 Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation Carolyn Clift Thomas and Lois Colberg 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 Bill Nygren Foundation Todd Magazine 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 Denise Stefan Ginascol and John Ginascol Jane Ellen Murray Edward and Gayla Nieminen Sarah J. Nolan James F. Oates* Edna K. Papazian* Byron Pollock Alyssa J. Rapp Richard L. Rodes Landon N. Stigall* J. Randall White *deceased 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.


WHO WE ARE Who We Are Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director

EXTERNAL AFFAIRS

David McDermott Executive Director

Bill Melamed Interim Director of External Affairs

Lou Conte Founding Artistic Director

Andy Sheagren Director of Marketing

Jessica Tong Rehearsal Director

Katie Tuttle Director of Development

Jonathan Alsberry Artistic Liason

Megan Sauve Board Liaison and Individual Giving Manager

Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer OPERATIONS Belina Mizrahi Director of Finance and Operations Deirdre Connelly Facilities and Operations Manager Cait Lyon Finance Associate Abby Olson Company Manager Adrianna Desier Durantt Management Associate

Danielle Sparklin Manager of Data and Parton Services Dexter Carlson Manager of Donor Engagement and Development Operations Maya Fazio Siu Marketing Coordinator Derek Van Barham Marketing Coordinator Hayley Ross Marketing Manager Sidney Cristol Advertising, Sales and Ticketing LOU CONTE DANCE STUDIO

ARTIST TRAINING Alexandra Wells Director of Artist Training Krista Ellensohn Manager of Artist Training Erin Harner Artist Training Associate

Claire Bataille Director of the Lou Conte Dance Studio

YOUTH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education and Community Programs Heather Lindahl Senior Manager of School Programs Melissa Mallinson Senior Manager of School Programs Sarah McCarty Senior Manager of Research and Curriculum Jennifer Gunter Youth Programs Manager Michelle Modrzejewski Education Faculty Head Jennifer Gunter Youth Dance Program Manager Emma Hill Education Coordinator Dedrick Gray Scholarships Coordinator and Hip Hop Faculty Head ME Kennedy Youth Program Registrar

PRODUCTION STAFF Scott Nelson Director of Production Kaili Story Lighting Supervisor Julie E. Ballard Stage Manager and Properties Master Jason Natali Audio Engineer Stephan Panek Head Carpenter and Stage Operations Sam Begich Master Electrician WARDROBE STAFF Jenni Schwaner Ladd Head of Wardrobe Elizabeth Hunstad First Hand Constance Thome Rachel Winborn Drapers Greta Humphrey Bethany Sassen Angela Enos Stitchers

Maliwan Diemer Interim Studio Manager Michaela Best LCDS Administrative Assistant

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