Let’s hope there are no more fires in the Harris Theater, as there was before Hamburg Ballet’s date there last month. Chicago’s underground theatre had to cancel performances, sending the 100-person German company packing when an electrical fire broke out. Thankfully, the Harris Theater is under control now—just in time for Hubbard Street’s tribute to Jirí Kylián, that master innovator in Europe. The company performs a gender-balanced program: the all-male Sarabande (1990), the all-women Falling Angels (1989), 27’52” (2002), and—everybody’s favorite sexual fantasy—Petite Mort (1991). Music scores include Bach, Reich, and Mozart. March 13–16. For tix, click here.