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  June 17, 2010



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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, one of the world’s most important contemporary dance companies critically acclaimed for its versatility and virtuosity will present its 2010 “Inside/Out” Choreographic Workshop at the Art Institute of Chicago. 
 
Known for creating gripping new works, Hubbard Street artistic staff and dancers come together, draw inspiration from works of art and then set it into motion.
 
“Inside/Out” is a culmination of a year-long residency during which Hubbard Street artists have explored the Art Institute’s collection to create their own definition of “modern.” 
 
Expecting to draw large crowds, “Inside/Out” will feature performances throughout the Modern Wing including Griffin Court, as well as on the Grand Staircase. Always FREE and open to the public, “Inside/Out” has been described as exciting, raw and challenging!

“Inside/Out”
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review by Ed Vincent

It was a fun idea, brought to life by some incredible dancers and choreographers, showcased in a treasure of the world.   Some of the presentations featured a mix of live theater with adaptations every few moments.  The performance on the grand stairs of the museum were one such example, as some visitors seemed totally aloof to the appearance of dance being done on the stairway, true kinetic art.




Hubbard Street Dance in the Art Institute of Chicago perform on the
Grand Stairway from Michigan Avenue to the thrill of guests.

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Hubbard Street Dance in the Art Institute of Chicago Performing on the
Grand Stairway from Michigan Avenue.
Choreographer: Jacqueline Burnett  "Pass"

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Griffin Court in the Modern Wing awaits the start of the evenings dance.
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When the large number of dancers assembled on the Griffin Court, they huddled in the center, share social amenities and then disperse leaving the
floor to two couples of paired performers featuring dance  and song.





Perhaps a Pep rally for the Matadors of Movement to bring the work of Terence
Marling to life.

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Hubbard Street Dance in the Art Institute of Chicago
Griffin Court in the Modern Wing
Choreographer: Terence Marling  "Commercially Available"


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The show's events covered numerous locations throughout the Art Institute some even simultaneously performed, requiring either two reporters, which we had, or the ability to time warp. 





It was a truly wonderful evening and one that will last in the memory of many visitors for the rest of their lives, it was that good

Hubbard Street Dance in the Art Institute of Chicago
Griffin Court in the Modern Wing


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All things come to an end.........................
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This should be an annual event to benefit both institutions.  We enjoyed every moment.  Great dancers in a great setting.





Hubbard Street Dance Chicago (HSDC), under the artistic leadership of artistic director Glenn Edgerton, celebrates over 30 years as one of the most original forces in contemporary dance. Critically acclaimed for its exuberant, athletic and innovative repertoire, HSDC presents performances that inspire, challenge and engage audiences worldwide. Since 1977, HSDC has expanded beyond its main company to include Hubbard Street 2, which cultivates young professional dancers and choreographers, performs nationally and internationally with a diverse and engaging repertoire; extensive Education & Community Programs; and the Lou Conte Dance Studio, which offers a wide variety of classes weekly in jazz, ballet, modern, tap, African, hip hop, yoga, Pilates and Zumba®, For information, visit www.hubbardstreetdance.com



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