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18 events
15 reviews
31 stars
Many places to dine on Michigan Avenue $-$$$. In the theater they sell wine and soft drinks. Vendors sell water and drinks inside the theater as well.
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18 events
15 reviews
31 stars
Park in the Millennium Park Garage off of Michigan Avenue and validate your ticket and it will cost you $19 for 6 hours.
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Hubbard Street Dance Summer Series
9 ratings
4.7 average rating
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10 events
2 reviews
0 stars
attended May 21 2011

It was fantastic! The choreography allowed each dancer to showcase his or her own personality through movement---one of my favorite performances so far.

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62 events
30 reviews
132 stars
attended May 22 2011

3 gripping ballets that showed off the company's abilities brilliantly: Supple, sensual, athletic, quirky, jerky and smooth. Hubbard can do it all and do it all beautifully. Chorographically and musically fascinating.

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22 events
6 reviews
13 stars
attended May 22 2011

Having just seen Alvin Ailey which was marvelous - with some breathtaking soloists - and even though the second number was an Ailey piece, I just didn't find the passion and the interesting correography which we saw at the CSO Hubbard St....continued

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, one of the world’s premiere contemporary dance companies, will burn the stage this May with the Chicago premiere of LINES Ballet artistic director Alonzo King’s Following the Subtle Current Upstream, which will mark the beginning of an unprecedented multi-year collaboration between Hubbard Street and the San Francisco based dance company.

Hubbard Street’s Summer Series will also offer the return of 2010 audience favorites: Jirí Kylián’s powerful and striking 27’52” that had its Chicago premiere in March 2010 at the Harris Theater; and a revival of Untouched, a spellbinding work created for the company in May 2010 by illustrious choreographer Aszure Barton.