Between Aspen Sante Fe Ballet and Hubbard Street’s fall program, audiences have the opportunity to see not one but two Chicago premieres from Alejandro Cerrudo, Hubbard Street’s extraordinary resident choreographer, this month at the Harris. After immersing himself in his evening-length “One Thousand Pieces” last fall, Cerrudo returns to short pieces, setting a new work on his home company. And there’s more in-house choreographic talent represented this season; Robyn Mineko Williams, recipient of a Princess Grace Choreography Fellowship award this year, presents a new work entitled “Fluence.” The program rounds out with “Passomezzo” a duet by master Ohad Naharin and a restaging of Mats Ek’s nuanced, challenging, funny and more than a little unnerving “Casi-Casa.” (Sharon Hoyer)
At the Harris Theater, 205 East Randolph, (312)334-7777. Thursday-Sunday, October 10-13. $25-$99.