__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

35 YEARS

LANDMARK 35TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON ANNUAL REPORT 2013


2


MISSION The core purpose of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago is to bring artists, art and audiences together to enrich, engage, and change lives through the experience of dance. The company is comprised of four components: the 18-member performing ensemble; Hubbard Street 2, a company of eight early-career artists; the Lou Conte Dance Studio; and Youth, Education and Community Programs.

Cover: Hubbard Street Dancer Ana Lopez in One Thousand Pieces by Alejandro Cerrudo. Photo by Todd Rosenberg. Left: Hubbard Street 2 Dancers Emilie Leriche and Felicia McBride in Agape by Andrew Wright, part of danc(e)volve: New Works Festival. Photos by Todd Rosenberg.

3


Hubbard Street Dancer Alejandro Cerrudo in Casi-Casa by Mats Ek. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

4


A MESSAGE FROM HUBBARD STREET’S EXECUTIVE LEADERSHIP The 2012–13 Season marked Hubbard Street’s Landmark 35th Anniversary and included true milestones for all components of the company. It was by certain measures the most successful season in Hubbard Street’s history. Significant advances were made toward the company’s top priorities for the past five years, which included building collaborations with other internationally renowned dance companies and leading Chicago arts organizations, strengthening new paradigms for choreographic development, and continuing to work with the world’s leading contemporary choreographers. This report outlines just some of the many highlights of 2012–13, made possible by the generosity of our donors, and the passion for great dance shared by our artists, staff, board, audiences and students.

Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director

Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director

Meg Siegler Callahan Chairman, Board of Directors

5


6


SEASON SPONSORS Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of our Season Sponsors and funders who made general operating contributions of $20,000 or more during the 2012–13 Season. Project-specific funders are recognized throughout this report. Official Provider of Physical Therapy

Official Health Club

Lead Community Programs Sponsor

35th Anniversary Circle Event Sponsors Meg and Tim Callahan Sarah J. Nolan

Julius N. Frankel Foundation The Rhoades Foundation

Hubbard Street Dancers Alice Klock and Kevin J. Shannon in AZIMUTH by Alonzo King. Photo by Quinn B Wharton.

7


“HHHH...and a magnificently beautiful achievement...The ending, [Ana] Lopez and [Garrett] Anderson alone, counterintuitive and sweet, tickled with the down-to-earth gestures that slip into the piece near the end, is dance heaven.”—Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune

Fall Series

Hubbard Street Dancer Jonathan Fredrickson in One Thousand Pieces by Alejandro Cerrudo. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

8


One Thousand Pieces The season launched with One Thousand Pieces, the company’s first-ever full-evening work, created by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo and inspired by the Art Institute of Chicago’s America Windows by Marc Chagall. The windows were donated to the Art Institute in 1977—the same year that Hubbard Street was founded—and were dedicated to Mayor Richard J. Daley for his support of public art projects. Hubbard Street similarly dedicated this work to Mayor Rahm Emanuel, a great supporter of dance and the arts. One Thousand Pieces was created with funds from the Prince Prize for Commissioning Original Work, which was awarded to Alejandro Cerrudo and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in 2012.

Funder, Choreographic Development Initaitive The Davee Foundation Corporate Sponsors

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

Performed at

John and Caroline Ballantine Joyce Chelberg Marge and Lew Collens Linda Hutson Jane and Michael Strauss Liz and Don Thompson Sallyan Windt Homecoming Sponsor

9


Winter Series Performed at

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in Casi-Casa by Mats Ek. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

10


Untouched by Aszure Barton PACOPEPEPLUTO by Alejandro Cerrudo Blanco by Alejandro Cerrudo And the company premiere of Casi-Casa by Mats Ek

“Casi-Casa is the masterwork of a supremely keen observer of human behavior.”—Matthew de la Peña, Time Out Chicago

With the company’s successful premiere of Casi-Casa by Mats Ek during the 2012 Winter Series, Hubbard Street’s active repertoire now includes works by all five of the contemporary choreographers we view as the field’s preeminent living masters: Ek, Nacho Duato, William Forsythe, Jiří Kylián and Ohad Naharin. Winter Series Sponsors Marge and Lew Collens J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation John and Jeanne Rowe Funder Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation Individual Sponsors Joel and Katie Cory Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in rehearsal for Casi-Casa. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

11


Spring Series “Architecturally, the piece has only a few moments where the companies are not completely integrated. Alonzo has done a beautiful job of weaving the two ensembles together, and the dancers do wonderful work breathing and moving as a single, cohesive entity.� —Hubbard Street Dancer Penny Saunders quoted in The Huffington Post, June 17, 2013

On March 14, 2013, Hubbard Street hosted the 10th annual Bold Moves for Bold Women event, celebrating adventurous, courageous and enterprising women in the arts.

12


Rasa by Alonzo King, performed by Alonzo King LINES Ballet Little mortal jump by Alejandro Cerrudo, performed by Hubbard Street Dance Chicago AZIMUTH by Alonzo King, performed by Hubbard Street + LINES Ballet The 2013 Spring Series marked the premiere of a groundbreaking shared program for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Alonzo King LINES Ballet, including AZIMUTH, a work created to be performed by Hubbard Street and LINES Ballet together onstage. 5,069 tickets, the most ever to a four-performance Hubbard Street engagement at the Harris Theater, were sold. Artistic Partner Alonzo King LINES Ballet Commissioner

Funder

Series Sponsor

AZIMUTH was commissioned by the Harris Theater for Music and Dance at Millennium Park, Chicago, IL, in celebration of its 10th Anniversary.

AZIMUTH is funded by a 2011 Joyce Award from the Joyce Foundation.

Choreographer’s Circle Members Joel and Katie Cory Randy and Lisa White Additional Supporters

Laguna Dance Festival AZIMUTH is a recipient of the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project Touring Award, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Diversity Partner

Preferred Hotel Partner

Jason Hortin and Caroline Rocher, center, with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and Alonzo King LINES Ballet in AZIMUTH by Alonzo King. Photo by Amber Bliss.

13


Alice Klock and Johnny McMillan in For the Wandered by Jonathan Fredrickson. Photo by Todd Rosenberg,

14


danc(e)volve New Works Festival From June 6–16, 2013, Hubbard Street held its second annual danc(e)volve: New Works Festival at the Edlis Neeson Theater at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

Funder The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation

The Joyce Theater Foundation commissioned Robyn Mineko Williams’ Recall, developed for Hubbard Street’s danc(e)volve: New Works Festival, to be performed on its beloved stage in New York City. Sponsors Tishman Speyer Tiedemann Wealth Management Eastdil Secured FTI Consulting Spanierman Gallery Hubbard Street Dancers David Schultz and Jessica Tong in Recall by Robyn Mineko Williams. Photo by Todd Rosenberg. David Schultz is a 2012 Princess Grace Award winner.

Performed at

15


16


DanceMotion USA

SM

Hubbard Street participated in DanceMotion USASM, a program of the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the US Department of State, produced by BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) that serves as a gateway for cultural exchange. The company offered a monthlong series of performances and community programming in a variety of locations in Morocco, Spain and Algeria.

“[The DanceMotion USASM tour] reminded me that what I do is so extremely important and such a gift. It is a gift to be able to share dance. It transcends.” —Hubbard Street Dancer Kevin J. Shannon quoted at Rogue Ballerina, June 5, 2013

Hubbard Street Dancer Jacqueline Burnett at Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. Photo by David Schultz.

17


ALGIERS

ARCATA

WINNE

B

ASCHAFFENBURG BLUFFTON BERKELEY MA NORTH BETHESDA

HUBBARD STREET WAS SEEN AROUND THE WORLD DURING ITS LANDMARK 35TH ANNIVERSARY SEASON.

TUCSON

SANTA BARB

PRINCETON MADISON LAGUNA BEACH

18

H REMSCHEID

LUDWIGSBURG IRVINE


ETKA

BATAVIA

VALENCIA

CULVER

G SEATTLE CHICAGO ITASCA ARRAKECH

RUSSELSHEIM

KENSINGTON

PORTLANDVANCOUVER

CASABLANCA

NEW YORK

SCHWEINFURT

BARA

LOS ANGELES

HILTON HEAD SEVILLE

PHOENIX

SCOTTSDALE WHEATON

19


20


SPOTLIGHT BALL Mayor Rahm Emanuel was honored at Hubbard Street’s annual Spotlight Ball on May 30, 2013, which raised more than $1.1 million.

Co-Chairs Sara Albrecht Meg Siegler Callahan Jane Strauss Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson Benefactors

Visit our Cause & Event page on our website at Splash.suntimes.com/events for event photo galleries

Sara Albrecht Meg and Tim Callahan Citadel Foundation Marge and Lew Collens Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Mr. Adam Hoeflich Fred Latsko Sarah J. Nolan Ms. Abby O’Neil and Mr. D. Carroll Joynes Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Jane and Michael Strauss Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson and Mark Ferguson

“The Spotlight Ball is so crucial to Hubbard Street. It’s our best opportunity during the season to affirm friendships and make new ones. We get to celebrate where we are and imagine where we might go next. It keeps us going, and it touches everything that we do.” Hubbard Street Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton and Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, with Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

—Glenn Edgerton quoted in Crain’s Chicago Business, January 10, 2013

21


“I’m hesitant to call it a [second] company because that really doesn’t do justice to the dancers’ passion and experience. These are accomplished, fearless dancers. They see the trajectory of what can happen in their careers and so, for them, this is a very intensive period of personal and professional growth.” —HS2 Director Taryn Kaschock Russell quoted in the Hilton Head Island Packet, January 13, 2013

22


HUBBARD STREET 2 Hubbard Street 2 gave 38 performances including two premieres by winners of the 14th annual National Choreographic Competition: Strides by Norbert De La Cruz III and By the skin of my teeth by Gregory Dolbashian.

For Hubbard Street’s 10th annual collaboration with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, HS2 dancers performed alongside CSO musicians in an engaging program choreographed by Terence Marling and serving thousands of Chicago-area children.

Left: Hubbard Street 2 Dancers Felicia McBride and Brandon Lee Alley in Glimpse Through Glass by HS2 Director Terence Marling, with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Alastair Willis conducting. Photo by Todd Rosenberg. Inset: Hubbard Street 2 Dancer Katie Kozul, left, in Glimpse Through Glass with HS2 Director Terence Marling and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Alastair Willis conducting. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

23


24


ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO For Hubbard Street’s fourth annual collaboration with the Art Institute of Chicago, the company and museum partnered toward discovering movement in art, and art in movement. Four consecutive, site-specific events were devoted to the work of Pablo Picasso.

Left: Street 2 Dancers Alicia Delgadillo, left, and Richard Walters with Pablo Picasso’s The Red Armchair, 1931. The Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Mr. Mrs. Daniel Saidenberg, © 2012 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Inset: Hubbard Street 2 Dancers Emilie Leriche, left, and Lissa Smith with Pablo Picasso’s Man with a Pipe, 1915. The Art Institute of Chicago, gift of Mrs. Leigh B. Block in memory of Albert D. Lasker. © 2012 Estate of Pablo Picasso / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

25


“Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance Program allows my daughter to explore new ways to express herself. She has blossomed thanks to the creative approach of Hubbard Street’s instructors and gained confidence through dance.” —Parent of CPS Student 26


YOUTH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Hubbard Street served 5,703 students and 168 teachers with in-school residencies and performances, interactive professional performances and professional development workshops.

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

Robert & Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen Brach Foundation Crown Family Philanthropies The Field Foundation of Illinois Jackson National Life Insurance Company The PrivateBank Charles & M.R. Shapiro Foundation The Siragusa Foundation

Mitchell Elementary Students. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

27


28


Hubbard Street served 1,370 parents and children with Family Workshops in partner schools, at the Hubbard Street Dance Center, and at community and cultural organizations such as the Art Institute of Chicago, where we offered collaborative workshops educating children about the work of Marc Chagall and its impact on the choreography of Alejandro Cerrudo. Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance Programs at the Hubbard Street Dance Center served more than 800 children, these programs’ greatest number of registrations to date.

Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

Students in Hubbard Street’s Youth Dance Program. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

29


30


21

“It’s amazing to see how students blossom throughout this process. Children who ordinarily don’t have a chance to shine become brighter than the sun itself.” —Second-grade teacher Becky Benkiser, Mitchell Elementary

18

CH I CA G O

19

17 8 2

1

10

14

20 23

15 16 4 11

24

3

25 26

27

22

9 12

5 13 7

6

CHICAGO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 1. Greeley Elementary (Focus Schools Initiative) 2. Burley Elementary (Movement as Partnership) 3. Talcott School (Movement as Partnership) 4. Mitchell Elementary (Focus Schools Initiative) 5. Brighton Park (Movement as Partnership) 6. Sawyer Elementary (Movement as Partnership) 7. Edwards Elementary (Dance/Minimalist) 8. Hamilton Elementary (Minimalist) 9. Clark School (Minimalist) 10. Linne Elementary (Dance) 11. LEARN Academy Charter (Minimalist) 12. Saucedo Academy (Minimalist) 13. The Chicago High School for the Arts (Dance) OAK PARK PUBLIC SCHOOLS 14. Hatch School (Movement as Partnership) 15. Whittier School (Movement as Partnership) 16. Beye School (Movement as Partnership) OTHER PARTNERS 17. Lycée Français de Chicago (Dance) 18. Deerfield High School (Dance) 19. Jewish Child and Family Services (Dance) 20. Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School (Dance) 21. New Trier Township High School (Dance) 22. Garfield Park Conservatory (Family Workshop) 23. Center on Halsted (Family Workshop) 24. Art Institute of Chicago (Family Workshop) 25. Chicago Symphony Orchestra (Family Workshop) 26. Museum of Contemporary Art (Family Workshop) 27. Chicago Children’s Museum (Family Workshop) Mitchell Elementary Students. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

*Hubbard Street Dance Center

31


“It was a real ‘aha’ moment for me as a leader, that it isn’t just about vision. Leadership is also moment-by-moment activity.”—Paul Caswell, CEO and Founder, Weave the People

32


DANCE AS A LEARNING PLATFORM Thanks to a generous ArtPlace America grant, Hubbard Street piloted our Dance as a Learning Platform curriculum model at 1871 Chicago, a new community-led tech center.

Left: Hubbard Street 2 Dancer Felicia McBride performs at 1871 Chicago during the launch event for Dance as a Learning Platform. Photo by Todd Rosenberg. Inset: Hubbard Street 2 Apprentice Jules Joseph performs at 1871 Chicago during the launch event for Dance as a Learning Platform. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

33


34


LOU CONTE DANCE STUDIO The Lou Conte Dance Studio offered 70 dance classes per week, in eight dance disciplines and techniques, to more than 4,300 students, from amateurs to professionals.

Eighteen students were accepted into the Lou Conte Dance Studio Scholarship program and given the opportunity to participate in master classes, Hubbard Street repertoire workshops, and receive one-to-one mentoring from LCDS Director Claire Bataille.

Principal Contributor, Lou Conte Dance Studio Jane Ellen Murray Foundation Funder, LCDS Scholarship Program The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund

LCDS Students. Photos by Todd Rosenberg.

35


“I feel very lucky and grateful that I was able to be a part of this program… I found here the best environment that I had ever felt in a dance company; it made me feel at home.”—Summer Intensive student

36


HUBBARD STREET SUMMER INTENSIVE One hundred seventy-one students participated in Hubbard Street’s Summer Intensive programs in Chicago and Iowa City. Six hundred sixty people auditioned for for these programs in Miami, Pittsburgh, New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, Iowa City, and Austin.

Dancer Development Patron

Left: Hubbard Street Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton teaches Summer Intensive students. Inset: Summer Intensive students in class. Photos by Todd Rosenberg.

37


38


HUBBARD STREET PARKINSON’S PROJECT Seventy-six Parkinson’s patients and family members participated in the Hubbard Street Parkinson’s Project.

Funder Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation

“The Parkinson’s Project is a set of classes offered for adults with Parkinson’s disease. The program is about five years old now and has been steadily growing. As they move with the live musical accompaniment, they slowly begin to increase their range of motion without necessarily thinking about it. Many participants say that they feel much more fluid when they are dancing. They don’t feel so conscious of their movement. Rather, they feel like dancers, confident and comfortable.” —Kathryn Humphreys quoted in Dance Informa, June 3, 2013

Participants in the Hubbard Street Parkinson’s Project. Photos by Todd Rosenberg.

39


Financials STATEMENTS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF AUGUST 31, 2013 AND 2012 Assets............................................................................................................................................................. 2013 2012 Cash and equivalents................................................................................................................................................................... $200,505

$236,340

Pledges and accounts receivable.......................................................................................................................................... 895,581 1,086,789 Other current assets.......................................................................................................................................................................... 369,750 311,494 Net property and equipment................................................................................................................................................ 4,092,694 4,199,800 Other assets.........................................................................................................................................................................................3,883,890 3,864,271 Total Assets..................................................................................................................................................................................... $9,442,420 $9,698,694 Liabilities and Net Assets Current liabilities................................................................................................................................................................................. $824,267

$575,349

Long-term liabilities.......................................................................................................................................................................... 1,432,781 1,452,064 Net assets, unrestricted............................................................................................................................................................... 2,475,717 2,609,160 Net assets, temporarily restricted..................................................................................................................................... 1,269,357 1,659,221 Net assets, permanently restricted................................................................................................................................ 3,440,298 3,402,900 Total Liabilities and Net Assets................................................................................................................................... $9,442,420 $9,698,694

40


STATEMENTS OF OPERATIONS AS OF AUGUST 31, 2013 AND 2012 Revenues and Other Support.................................................................................................................. 2013 2012 Performance revenue.................................................................................................................................................................... $1,424,142

$1,173,856

Contributions........................................................................................................................................................................................... 3,713,728 3,454,608 Education program revenue.........................................................................................................................................................354,827 228,674 Lou Conte Dance Studio revenue..........................................................................................................................................1,182,529 1,071,575 Other income.................................................................................................................................................................................................83,664 67,961 Total Revenues and Other Support............................................................................................................................ $6,758,890 $5,996,674 Expenses Program services Main Company.............................................................................................................................................................................. $2,819,369

$2,337,675

HS2................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 282,264 279,927 Lou Conte Dance Studio............................................................................................................................................................ 642,404 533,468 Education................................................................................................................................................................................................... 431,585 360,374 Total Program Services........................................................................................................................................................... $4,175,622

$3,511,444

Support Services Development.......................................................................................................................................................................................$983,425 $910,036 Marketing...................................................................................................................................................................................................566,774 489,377 Finance & administration.............................................................................................................................................................821,345 781,774 Facility & IT................................................................................................................................................................................................ 345,167 328,069 Total Support Services.............................................................................................................................................................. $2,716,711 $2,509,256 Total Operating Expense.......................................................................................................................................................$6,892,333

$6,020,700

Gain/(Loss) from Operations.............................................................................................................................................. ($133,443)

($24,026)

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago in One Thousand Pieces by Alejandro Cerrudo. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.

41


Contributors

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago gratefully acknowledges the support of the following corporations, foundations, government agencies and individuals who made gifts to our Annual Fund between September 1, 2012 and August 31, 2013:

CORPORATE SUPPORT $50,000 and above Athletico Physical Therapy Chicago Athletic Clubs Grosvenor Capital Management, LP Harris Theater for Music and Dance JPMorgan Chase Target $25,000–$49,999 Allstate The Chicago Community Trust/ The Sun-Times Foundation Citadel Foundation Exelon SocialKaty $10,000–$24,999 ACME Hotel Company Archer Daniels Midland Company Baker & McKenzie Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois BMO Harris Bank Discover Equity Residential Properties Trust ITW MAC Cosmetics Northern Trust

The PrivateBank Tishman Speyer Ventas Charitable Foundation $5,000–$9,999 Advertising Resources, Inc. Arnstein & Lehr, LLP CME Group Inc. Eastdil Secured The Edgewater Funds Edwards Wildman Palmer, LLP Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP Mayer Brown, LLP Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg, LLP Priester Aviation Reyes Holdings, LLC Schiff Hardin, LLP Skadden, Arps, Meagher & Flom Sikich, LLP Tiedemann Wealth Management USG Corporation William Blair & Company Winston & Strawn, LLP

$2,500–$4,999 Advocate Commercial Real Estate Advisors AT&T Attorneys’ Title Guaranty Fund, Inc. Clark Hill PLC FTI Consulting HBK Engineering, LLC Instant Technology Jackson National Life Insurance Company Jones Day Russell Reynolds Associates Vanguard Health Chicago Wessex504 Corporation $1,000–$2,499 Amsted Industries Ariel Investments Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP Bartlit, Beck, Herman, Palenchar & Scott, LLP Baxter International Citizens for John Cullerton Goldberg, Weisman & Cairo, LTD Ideal KPMG Sahara Enterprises, Inc. Spanierman Gallery, LLC Tito’s Handmade Vodka

FOUNDATION AND GOVERNMENT SUPPORT $100,000 and above ArtPlace America The Davee Foundation Prince Charitable Trusts $50,000–$99,999 Lloyd A. Fry Foundation The Joyce Foundation The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Polk Bros. Foundation The Shubert Foundation $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous (2) Julius N. Frankel Foundation Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation Princess Grace Foundation–USA The Rhoades Foundation

42

$10,000–$24,999 Anonymous Robert and Isabelle Bass Foundation, Inc. Helen Brach Foundation Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation The Field Foundation of Illinois Illinois Arts Council Agency The Irving Harris Foundation The James S. Kemper Foundation MetLife Foundation Partners in Arts Education Program Jack and Goldie Wolfe Miller Fund The Elizabeth Morse Charitable Trust The Albert Pick, Jr. Fund

$5,000–$9,999 John R. Halligan Charitable Fund Edmond and Alice Opler Foundation Jerome Robbins Foundation Charles & M. R. Shapiro Foundation Siragusa Foundation The Farny R. Wurlitzer Foundation $4,999 and below Anonymous Butler Family Foundation The Nathan Cummings Foundation Modestus Bauer Foundation Consulate General of Sweden in Chicago Embassy of Sweden


INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT Artistic Director’s Society $50,000 and above Meg and Tim Callahan Paul and Ellen Gignilliat Sarah J. Nolan $25,000–$49,999 Anonymous Joyce Chelberg Marge and Lew Collens Bill and Orli Staley Richard and Ann Tomlinson $10,000–$24,999 Joel and Katie Cory Dirk Denison and David Salkin Carla J. Eyre and Peter F. Gallagher Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Marc Miller and Chris Horsman J.B. and M.K. Pritzker Family Foundation Richard L. Rodes John W. and Jeanne M. Rowe Jane and Michael Strauss Randy and Lisa White $5,000–$9,999 John and Caroline Ballantine Edie and James Cloonan Allan and Ellen Drebin Elizabeth Yntema and Mark Ferguson Mr. Thomas C. Freyman David Herro and Jay Franke Linda Hutson James F. Oates Byron and Judy Pollock William and Eleanor Revelle Richard and Barbara Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Tilton Ms. Tina Trott Sallyan Windt Ms. Patricia Woertz Sustaining DanceMakers $2,500–$4,999 Anonymous Ross Bricker and Nina Vinik Corinne Brophy Barbara Kipper Ms. Joy Gendusa Richard and Mary Gray Trish Harper Mr. and Mrs. John Raitt Ms. Kim Schaffer Andrew and Dietrich Klevorn Alfred L. McDougal and Nancy Lauter McDougal Michael and Janet Colleran Camille and Kevin Rudge Morton and Carol Siegler Eric and Tammy Steele John Sweetwood Ms. Heidi Westland Premier DanceMakers $1,000–$2,499 Anonymous(2) Greg Albiero Brit and Marilyn Bartter Maria Bechily and Scott Hodes Mr. and Mrs. Gary Beller

Mr. John Blosser Christine and Paul Branstad Jeanne Brett John and Leslie Henner Burns Betsy Cadwallader Charles Capwell and Isabel Wong Caryn Jacobs and Dan Cedarbaum Bridget and Jim Coffing Mr. Steven Collens Jack Cooksey and Brenda Russell Ms. Ann Curley Damian Dolyniuk and Kelly Royer Mr. Richard Ehrie Sidney and Sondra Berman Epstein Judith Frei and Lawrence Howe Ms. Deborah Gross The Patti Selander Eylar Scholarship Fund Patti Eylar and Charles Gardner Dr. Kate A. Feinstein Mr. James Fiffer Dr. Jana French and Mr. P. Gotsch Carol and David Golder Mr. Dennis Goldman Joe Klein Mr. Tim King Mr. and Mrs. Jim Knight Christine Knuth Koldyke Family Fund Howard and Gail Lanznar Mr. Neal Levin Michael and Roslyn Lieb Ron and Elise Magers Sandra McNaughton Diane E. Merna Pamela G. Meyer Mara Miller Lois and Jon Mills Ms. R. Penny Rodes De Mott Mr. Juan Podesta Mr. and Mrs. Don Michael Randel Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Burton and Sheli Rosenberg Lauren and Steve Scheibe Jeffrey and Carter Sharfstein Mary Kay Shaw Dawn Stanislaw Kimberly K. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Ted Haffner Ms. Kim Theiss Mr. Peter Thompson Marilee C. Unruh DancePartners $500–$999 Mr. and Ms. Norm Alesi Denise and Duncan Ashurst Ms. Mara Baumgarten Mr. and Ms. Marc Becker Thomas Berry Stuart Brainerd Leela de Souza Bransten Ms. Linda S. Buckley Ms. Ashley Burden Mr. Catherine Chavez Alice and Bob Chrismer Mr. Mike Christ Mary Connelly Ms. Tamara Cosentino Beth I. Davis

Cindy Delmar Mr. and Ms. Richard Ettlinger Mr. Joel Frader Ms. Louise Frank Julie L. Gentes Ms. Mary S. Glosser Ethel and Bill Gofen Ilene Goldman Mary Louise Gorno Michael Grant andCarol McMahan John Hamilton Ms. Kathryn Helgaas Martin R. Horner Leslie Hornig andDavid Kleeman Jessica Kaplan Lundevall Ms. Merrillyn J. Kosier Mr. Jeffrey Koppy Brian Lee Lew and Laurie Leibowitz Peter and Karen Lennon Megan Levin Mr. and Ms. Jeff Malehorn Ms. Karen Matusinec David Mekemson and Irene Petruniak Bill Melamed and Jamey Lundblad Mr. John Mjoseth Maureen Mosh Barry Moze Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Nathan Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Bill Obenshain Mr. Hiroshi Okano Andrew and Judy L. Porte Mr. and Mrs. John Reese Warner and Judy Rosenthal Mr. Thomas Rossiter Ms. Bonnie Fry Rothman Mr. and Mrs. David Rousso Ms. Joanna Rupp Ms. Sally Sears Mr. Kevin Shrier Mrs. Barbara K. Silverman Ms. Patricia Costello Slovak Mr. Dusan Stefoski Fred and Nikki Will Stein Mr. and Mrs. Jon Stromberg Hon. R. Sweeney and Mr. F. Drucker Mr. Gregory Taylor Lyndon and Daphne Taylor Wayne F. Tjaden Mr. and Mrs. John Van Horn Mr. and Mrs. John Ward Mr. and Mrs. Marco Weiss Mary Ellen Toll andWilliam Heimann Ed & Randi Woodbury $250–$499 Ms. Karen Abrams Heather Ahasic Ms. Laura Anderson Dr. Carolyn F. Andrews Mr. Robert Arensman Mr. Robert M. Arlen James Baird and Diane Stone Ms. Lorraine Barba Jerry Brody Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brightfelt Hong Brunner Mr. Paul Came

43


Mr. Joseph Cappo Mr. Joseph Cesarik John Cochrane and Elizabeth Fama V. Alexandra Darrow Mr. Duane M DesParte Barry and Vicki Dickerson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dincolo Mr. Thomas Durica Joan and Warren Eagle Elizabeth Fama Susan G. Feibus Mr. Thomas J. Feie Mr. Edward Ferguson Ms. Lili Ferguson James Fielding Ms. Amy Francetic Arthur L. Frank, M.D. Mrs. Gail Regenbogen Ashley Ginascol Vanessa Goh Ms. Jo Ellen Granson Ms. Madeleine Grynsztejn and Mr. Tom Shapiro Terry and Todd Holzman Mr. Peter Hood and Ms. C. Worley Ms. Heather Horan Sid Horton Mr. James Huberty Caroline Huebner George Jones George T. Jones, M.D. and V. Lynn Jones Janis Klawans Ms. Linda Krivkovich Angela Liu

Ms. Renee Logan Donald L. MacCorquodale Michelle Malcolm Stephen and Susan Bass Marcus Ms. Michelle McCarthy Erin McInerney Jim McMillan Mr. and Ms. Jim Monhart John and Betty-Ann Moore Ms. Ashley Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nieminen Mr. Kenneth R. Norgan Ms. Caralynn Nowinski Marie O’Connor Sheila Owens Mr. C. Parker and Ms. A. Luneau Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pearl Ms. Pam Peters and Mr. M. Hughes Cathy Peponis Mary and George Perlstein Ms. Sarah Pesetsky Karen Peters Edward Potocek Victoria Priola Phyllis Propp Matthew and Mia Kim Rahn Ms. Lisa Regenbogen Ceri Reid Mr. M. Reilein and Ms. E. Whitehor Ms. Myra Reilly Ms. Alexandra Relias Michael Rochelle Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Goldstein

Donna Rodriguez Kate Roin Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schneider Patricia Schostok Reese Mr. John Seder Mr. Charles Smith Christina Solomon Ms. Mary A. Splude Randel Steele Ms. Patricia Sternberg Mary Summers Mr. and Mrs. Todd Swift Mr. David Ulaszek Miss Keven Wilder Keven and Nick Wilder Mr. Travis Wilhite Mr. Jon Will Carla Williams Ms. Karen Wilmot Honore Woodside Mr. Donnie Young Ms. Sharlene Young Mr. Benson Zak Mr. Douglas M. Zell Hubbard Street appreciates the support of corporations, foundations and individuals who contribute gifts up to $250 and regrets the inability to list their names due to space limitations.

HONOR/MEMORIAL GIFTS Thank you to those who made gifts to celebrate important birthdays, anniversaries or weddings, or honor the work of Hubbard Street board members or volunteers. In Honor of Meg and Tim Callahan Mara Miller Jonathan and Robin Plotkin David and Gabrielle Rousso Morton and Carol Siegler In Memory of Merrilee Crain Joseph Cappo In Memory of Regina Danish John and Betty-Ann Moore In Honor of Meredith Dincolo and Jose Segura Terri Edelstein and Neil Harris

In Memory of Tom Frei Mark and Dawn Deaton Dale and Susan Schlafer In Memory of Larry Howe Judith Frei In Honor of Joni Jacobsen Angela Liu In Honor of Dave Mekemson’s Well-Earned Retirement Angela Lawson

In Honor of Bill Melamed’s Birthday Miriam Lazar In Honor of Marc Miller’s Birthday Donald Santoski and April Brazell In Honor of Alyssa Rapp Mara Baumgarten In Memory of Laura Regenbogen Steven and Jayne Hanauer Marsha and Steven Levin Marsha Lieberman Herb and Marti Zelikoff

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 Edward and Gayla Nieminen Richard L. Rodes

44

Sarah J. Nolan James F. Oates Edna K. Papazian* Byron Pollock Alyssa J. Rapp

Denise Stefan-Ginascol and John Ginascol Landon N. Stigall* J. Randall White *deceased


MATCHING GIFTS The following companies support Hubbard Street Dance Chicago through their matching gift programs. Amsted Industries Archer Daniels Midland Co. AT&T Foundation Bank of America Illinois Baxter International Inc. CME Group Community Foundation Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation GE Foundation Goldman Sachs

Ms. Fay Hartog-Levin Illinois Tool Works, Inc. Anonymous Johnson Controls Foundation JPMorgan Chase Foundation Kraft Foods McDonald’s Corporation Northern Trust Matching Gift Program Northern Trust

Pepsico Chicago Polk Bros. Foundation Robert R. McCormick Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund The Chicago Community Trust The Rhoades Foundation The Walt Disney Company Foundation

SPECIAL SERVICES ACME Hotel Company Preferred Hotel Partner

Filini Bar and Restaurant Preferred Restaurant Partner

Allied Live Advertising

HMS Media Video Services

Athletico Physical Therapy Official Provider of Physical Therapy

J&J Cleaning Services Plus Facility Maintenance Services

Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP Auditor

Kehoe Designs Gala Décor

Chicago Athletic Clubs Official Health Club

MAC Cosmetics Official Makeup Sponsor

Communiqué Graphic Design Graphic Design

KlearSky Solutions, LLC Web Development and Design

Franczk Radelet, P.C. Mosher & Wagenmaker, LLC Legal Services Synapse Networks, Inc IT Services Todd Rosenberg Photography Photography Tourwerks Entertainment Travel Tour Housing Negotiation Kathleen Weber, M.D. Senaida Echevarria Midwest Orthopedic at Rush

Metropolitan Capitol Bank Financing and Banking Services

CONTRIBUTED MATERIALS AND SERVICES 5th Line Studio Accuvision/Dr. James Doherty ACME Hotel Company Alpha Omega Winery & Eric Sklar Athletico Physical Therapy Au Cheval Baker & McKenzie Bavette’s Bikram Yoga North Shore Bottega Del Vino Crystal Bottlenotes, Inc. Carter and Jeffrey Sharfstein Chateau Marmont Hotel Chateau Montelena Winery Chicago Athletic Clubs Cleise Brazilian Day Spa John Cullerton Domaine Wine Storage and Appreciation Kimberly Donaldson Drake Hotel Eiffel Tower Restaurant Elements

Ellis and Sally Regenbogen Embeya Everest Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore Gemini Graphics, Inc Gilt Bar Goose Island Harris Theater for Music and Dance L2O Lettuce Entertain You Lollapalooza M Burger MAC Cosmetics Maude’s Liquor Bar Meg and Tim Callahan Mercedes-Benz of Chicago Nacional Napa Valley Vintners Neiman Marcus Osteria Via Stato Palm Bay International Pride Mountain Vineyards

James Raff Recuerdo Wines Redmoon Ross Shelleman and Tricia Rooney Semper Fi Printing, LLC Southwest Airlines Superior Pilates Tenzing A Wine And Spirits Company The Peninsula Chicago The Service Club Of Chicago Tito’s Handmade Vodka Tru Urban Oasis Wines Of Germany Jason Wu Dean Yannias Hubbard Street appreciates the support of in-kind contributors of gifts valued up to $250 and regrets the inability to list their names due to space limitations.

45


Who We Are Glenn Edgerton Artistic Director Jason D. Palmquist Executive Director Lou Conte Founder BOARD OF DIRECTORS Meg Siegler Callahan++ Chair Denise Stefan-Ginascol President Joni S. Jacobsen Secretary Ellis Regenbogen Treasurer Mary Kay Shaw Assistant Treasurer Maureen Mosh VP, External Affairs Sara Albrecht Assistant VP, Development Marge Collens+ VP, Board Development

46

Lauren Robishaw Richard L. Rodes Carter Sharfstein Ross Shelleman Deborah Stonebraker Lyndon A. Taylor Randy White+ Advisory Board Sandra P. Guthman+, Chair John W. Ballantine+ Edythe R. Cloonan++ Philip and Marsha Dowd Sondra Berman Epstein+ Stanley M. Freehling Charles R. Gardner Averill Leviton James Mabie++ Alfred L. McDougal++ Marie E. O’Connor++ Timothy Schwertfeger++ Jack D. Tovin Sallyan Windt William N. Wood Prince+ Pinchas Zukerman +Past Board Chair ++Past Board President

Camille E. Rudge VP, Education and Community Programs

ARTISTIC STAFF Terence Marling Taryn Kaschock Russell Directors, Hubbard Street 2

Richard F. Tomlinson II VP, Facilities

Lucas Crandall Rehearsal Director

Marc Miller+ Immediate Past Chair

Alejandro Cerrudo Resident Choreographer

Directors at Large Ross B. Bricker Corinne Brophy Joel Cory Dirk Denison Damian V. Dolyniuk Allan Drebin Elizabeth Yntema Ferguson Paul Gignilliat Frances C. Henkel Linda Hutson Karen Kuenster Karen H. Lennon+ Betsy Stelle Morgan Sarah J. Nolan James F. Oates+ Sheila Owens Byron Pollock++ Alyssa Rapp

Ishanee DeVas Company Manager Marisa C. Santiago HS2 Company Manager and Touring Coordinator HUBBARD STREET DANCERS Garrett Patrick Anderson Jesse Bechard Jacqueline Burnett Alejandro Cerrudo Meredith Dincolo Kellie Epperheimer Jonathan Fredrickson Jason Hortin Alice Klock Ana Lopez Johnny McMillan Laura O’Malley

Pablo Piantino Penny Saunders David Schultz Kevin J. Shannon Jessica Tong Quinn B Wharton

Jeanne Newman Manager of Individual Giving and Special Events

HS2 DANCERS Brandon Lee Alley Alicia Delgadillo Emilie Leriche Felicia McBride Lissa Smith Richard Walters Andrew Wright

Zachary Whittenburg Manager of Communication

HS2 APPRENTICES Jules Joseph Katie Kozul PRODUCTION STAFF Joseph Futral Production Manager Matt Miller Lighting and Technical Director Rebecca M. Shouse Wardrobe Supervisor LOU CONTE DANCE STUDIO Claire Bataille Director Krista Ellensohn Manager, Pre-Professional Programs

Allan Waite Manager of Ticketing & Patron Services

Ron Wittman Manager of Corporate Relations Brian Barasch Marketing Coordinator Nicole Dionisio Development Assistant YOUTH, EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS Kathryn Humphreys Director of Youth, Education and Community Programs Sinead Kimbrell Associate Director of Education Kristen Gurbach Jacobson Youth and Family Programs Manager Sarah McCarty Manager, School Programs Kelsey Allison Coordinator, School Programs Cara Scrementi Coordinator, Community Programs

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Administration Kristen Brogdon General Manager

2012–13 Annual Report Kalena Dickerson Stacey Recht Zachary Whittenburg

Stacey Dent Associate Director of Finance

Communiqué Graphic Design Designer

Jessica Lotz Accounting and Operations Clerk

Todd Rosenberg Photography (except where noted otherwise)

External Affairs Bill Melamed Chief Marketing and Development Officer Kalena Dickerson Associate Director of Development Stacey Recht Associate Director of Marketing

Right: Hubbard Street Dancer Jacqueline Burnett in Casi-Casa by Mats Ek. Photo by Todd Rosenberg.


Facebook.com/HubbardStreetDance Twitter.com/HubbardStreet YouTube.com/user/hubbardstreetdance Pinterest.com/HubbardStDance Instagram.com/HubbardStreet play.Spotify.com/user/hubbardstdance

47


We are grateful for your support of our mission to bring artists, art and audiences together to enrich, engage and change lives through the experience of dance. For more information about Hubbard Street and to learn how to make a contribution, please visit hubbardstreetdance.com.

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

Profile for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s 2013 Annual Report  

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s 2013 Annual Report  

Advertisement