Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Date/Time

Sep 21, 2013
08:00 PM until 11:00 PM

Description

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, one of America’s favorite contemporary companies, celebrates their 36th year with a Minneapolis program including Casi-Casa by famed Swedish master choreographer Mats Ek (whose Swan Lake had Minnesota audiences raving when the Cullberg Ballet performed it here in 2002). Known for its innovative repertoire, Hubbard Street was the first American company to stage this physically and theatrically inventive piece. Casi-Casa fuses jazz and bagpipes with electronic music and rock. Elements of an everyday life are distorted in a surreal landscape that literally tilts, where household items like vacuums occasionally become dance partners.

Cost

$37, $48, $59.

Location

View map State Theatre
805 Hennepin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN

Additional Information

Sponsor

Northrop

Phone

612-625-6600

Contact email

northrop@umn.edu

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