Performance

ODC/Dance

Dance Downtown

Mar 23 2017 — Apr 02 2017
This Performance is now closed
Description

ODC/Dance’s 2017 Dance Downtown season features the premieres of Brenda Way’s What we carry What we keep and KT Nelson’s Blink of an Eye. The program also includes 2016’s Walk Back the Cat by Way and Kate Weare’s Giant.

Join us on Friday, March 24 for ODC’s annual pre-show Gala Dinner or join us on the dance floor for the Gala After-Party! This event features exclusive one night only programing featuring excerpts from new and repertory works by Brenda Way, KT Nelson, Kimi Okada, and Kate Weare.

For more information on Dance Downtown programming and the Gala, visit ODC online at www.ODC.Dance

Programs

Program A
Blink of an Eye and Giant

Thursday, March 23 at 7:30pm
Saturday, March 25 at 7:30pm
Sunday, March 26 at 5:00pm (Preshow Balcony Talk at 4:00pm)

Program B
What we carry What we keep and Walk Back the Cat

Thursday, March 30 at 7:30pm
Friday, March 31 at 7:30pm (Preshow Balcony Talk at 6:30pm)
Saturday, April 1 at 7:30pm
Sunday, April 2 at 5:00pm (Preshow Balcony Talk at 4:00pm)

Program C
Gala Night Program

Featuring excerpts of new and repertory work from Brenda Way, KT Nelson, Kimi Okada, and Kate Weare.
Friday, March 24 at 8:00pm

Ticket Info

Regular admission: $25–80

Students: 15% off regular admission. Available in advance at our Box Office or by phone: 415-978-2787.

Student rush: $15, available on site one hour before showtime.>

YBCA Members

Pay What You Can level: Regular admission

Individual level and above: 20% off regular admission for Programs A and B.

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About ODC/Dance

ODC/Dance Company performs its imaginative repertory for more than 70,000 people annually. In addition to two annual home seasons in San Francisco (Dance Downtown and The Velveteen Rabbit), highlights include appearances at the Joyce Theater, sold out performances at the Kennedy Center, standing room only engagements in Europe and Russia and two USIA tours to Asia. ODC/Dance has performed for more than a million people in 32 states and 11 countries, with support from the NEA, the U.S. State Department, and many state and city arts agencies. ODC provides dance classes for all ages at the ODC Commons in the Mission District.

www.ODC.Dance

Photo: RJ Muna