Hubbard Street offers a diverse palate this weekend, with revivals and premiere pieces ranging from the elegant to the primal. In the former category, place the revival of Artistic Director Jim Vincent’s “counter/part,” a blithe roundel that playfully weaves classically inspired choreography into Bach’s contrapuntal tapestry, and Danny Ezralow’s “SF/LB,” which matches Bernstein’s score in stylish, urbane theatricality. In the latter belongs the Chicago premiere of Andrea Miller’s “Blush”—fierce, passionate, with grey-and-leather uniformed costuming and a rock score that evoke a post-industrial landscape, leaving plenty of space on stage for flushed emotions to reach the boiling point. Rising star Alejandro Cerrudo’s “Off Screen” will be performed for the first time; the preview clips reinforce Cerrudo’s fast-growing reputation for soulful, fluidly sensitive choreography. Also on the program is a revival of Lucas Crandall’s fun, stompy, be-booted “Gimmie.” (Sharon Hoyer)
At the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, 205 E. Randolph (312)850-9744. April 1 & 2 at 7:30pm, April 3 & 4 at 8pm and Sunday, April 5 at 3pm. $25-86.