Terrence Marling, Director and Choreographer of Hubbard Street 2April 11th, 2013
Hubbard Street 2, choreographed by Terrence Marling is the opening act for the May 6th Dinner Party. A completely new and different kind of show, host Elysabeth Alfano invites three Chicago and/or national celebs and a known chef to a dinner party. Over food, wine, chocolate, Twitter and a few impromptu performances, the conversations flow! Filmed live and streaming live on-line, buy your tickets and be a part of the party and live filming at Chicago City Winery, as well as enjoy tastings of the chef’s appetizer and entrées, a wine pairing and Vosges Chocolate. Twitter in questions for the stage guests and be eligible to win theater tickets, dinner for 2 and more! Get tix here:
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May 6th guests for Fear No ART presents The Dinner Party at Chicago City Winery: Chef de Cuisine Sean Pharr of NoMI Kitchen cooks for (and joins the table with) Lin Brehmer of WXRT, art collector and social Tribune columnist and author of CandidCandace.com, Candace Jordan, and Associate Director of the Timeline Theatre, Nick Bowling. Audience enjoys tastings of appetizers and entrees from NoMI Kitchen, paired with wine from City Winery and chocolate from Vosges, along with unscripted conversation and a few impromptu performances. Opening act is Hubbard Street 2.
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Terence Marling (Director, Hubbard Street 2), born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, trained at the Ruth Page School of Dance with renowned ballet teacher Larry Long. Following his professional work with Patricia Wilde and Terrence S. Orr at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, and at Germany’s Nationaltheater Mannheim with director and choreographer Kevin O’Day, Marling became a member of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. During 16 years onstage, he performed works by George Balanchine, Nacho Duato, Johan Inger, Jiří Kylián, Ohad Naharin, Paul Taylor, Glen Tetley and others, originating numerous roles. Beginning in 2010 as Hubbard Street Rehearsal Director, Marling taught, coached and maintained works and premieres by Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo, Duato, Naharin, Aszure Barton, Mats Ek, William Forsythe,Alonzo King, Susan Marshall, Victor Quijada and Twyla Tharp. Marling’s own creations have been performed by Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre as well as both of Hubbard Street’s ensembles,and he co-choreographed with Robyn Mineko Williams the company’s first family-oriented
production, Harold and the Purple Crayon: A Dance Adventure.