The pristine, unabashed beauty of Lar Lubovitch’s choreography is on display in a series of affordable performances this weekend at the Harris Theater. The company is celebrating its fortieth anniversary with an accessible program of favorites—appropriate for a choreographer known for a certain populist camaraderie in his ensemble staging. A one-hour lunchtime performance on Friday costs less than your meal and features two works: “Concerto Six Twenty-Two” and a grand ensemble piece set to Dvorak serenades. Two performances will be held Saturday—a family matinee appropriate for ages six and up and an evening show that includes “Dvorak Serenades, ” “Jangle”—a new piece set to Hungarian dances—and the award-winning “Men’s Stories.” (Sharon Hoyer)
At the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, 205 E. Randolph. (312)334-7777. November 21 and 22. $5-$75.