Interview with Choreographer Alicia Alonso


Alicia Alonso in “Don Quixote” in 1968, photo by Alessio di Paola Ballet Nacional de Cuba returns to the Auditorium in May for three performances of its acclaimed Don Quixote, choreographed by longtime company director Alicia Alonso. The company’s version of the ballet puts a distinctly Cuban spin on the story ballet and has been called “a fiesta for firebrands” by the Washington Post. In this interview with the Auditorium Theatre, Alonso discusses the ideas behind her versio

2018-19 Season Just Announced!


Dear friends, At the Auditorium Theatre, we deal in stories told through dance, music, and the spoken word. One of my greatest joys is to share the story of our theatre with you: The Auditorium was created as a place where people from all walks of life could gather to experience the power of the performing arts — a Theatre for the People. Just as the theatre has its own tales to share, so do the artists who grace our historic stage. Our 2018-19 Season highlights these exceptional storytellers

A Timeline of Alejandro Cerrudo’s Work


Originally published on HubbardStreetDance.com As we prepare for our upcoming Spring Series, a full evening of works by Alejandro Cerrudo, March 23+24 at the Auditorium Theatre, we took a look at Alejandro’s history with Hubbard Street and the other companies he has choreographed for. For more information about the Spring Series, click here. 2005: Joined Hubbard Street Dance Chicago as a dancer 2006: Choreographed Lickety-Split for Hubbard Street 2007: Choreographed Extremely Close f