The world-famous Hubbard Street Dance Chicago kicks off its 38th season in high kinetic style, devoting its entire Fall Series to the visually stunning and physically challenging works of multi-award-winning choreographer William Forsythe. Forsythe’s known for his theatrically entrancing pieces, which suit the company’s powerful artistic style. They’ve also been called “brilliant, inscrutable and wildly entertaining” by London’s The Observer. Hubbard Street’s latest performance at Millennium Park’s Harris Theater opens with two company premieres, N.N.N.N. and One Flat Thing, reproduced both featuring cool and complex series of movements, and closes with a reprise of Quintett, which explores the themes of loss, hope, fear and joy as heard in Gavin Bryars’ 1971 composition, Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet.