Special promotion for Hubbard Street's 35th anniversary season

Hubbard  Street Dance Chicago's Anna Lopez and Garrett Anderson in front  of Marc Chagall's America Windows at the Art Institute of Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's Anna Lopez and Garrett Anderson in front of Marc Chagall's America Windows at the Art Institute of Chicago Photograph: Todd Rosenberg

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago celebrates its 35th anniversary season this year, and to mark the occasion, the company is offering a special ticket promotion for its upcoming 2012–2013 performances at the Harris Theater. That applies, en masse, to the fall, winter and spring series. Starting tomorrow at 9am, for the next 35 hours, 35 days from opening night, dancegoers can buy tickets for a discounted rate of—you guessed it—$35. Though the promotion doesn't apply to premium seating, a standard ticket price for an HSDC show at the Harris generally runs in the $50 range. Take advantage and pocket the difference for, say, a dance class?


The fall series, Oct 19–21, premieres resident choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo's first evening-length work titled One Thousand Pieces, inspired by artist Marc Chagall’s America Windows exhibit at the Art Institute and set to music by Philip Glass. From Dec 6–9, the company performs Casi-Casa by famed Swedish choreographer Mats Ek, and March 14–17, HSDC collaborates with Alonzo King's LINES Ballet. Online purchases are recommended at hubbardstreetdance.com or call the Hubbard Street Box Office at 312-850-9744. Buyers use code "35".



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