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STAGE TUBE: Inside the Studio with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's CASI-CASA

Related: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Casi-Casa, Ana Laguna, Mariko Aoyama, Glenn Edgerton, Meredith Dincolo

In the video below, go inside the studio with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's Ana Laguna and Mariko Aoyama, who discuss staging the emotional and evocative "Casi-Casa" for Hubbard Street, along with Artistic Director Glenn Edgerton and dancers Meredith Dincolo and Jonathan Fredrickson.

This work, originally created for Danza Contemporanea de Cuba, resounds with emotion. The company premiere is set for December 6-9 at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance.

Film by HMS Media.

STAGE TUBE: Inside the Studio with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's CASI-CASA

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