• ODC/Dance at Stockton Performing Arts Center

    Widely recognized for its full-throttle partnering, athleticism, rigorous technique, emotional depth and numerous groundbreaking collaborations, this San-Francisco based company is celebrating 50+ years. Its ten dancers present an eclectic trio of works exploring our environment, forms of communication and the mathematics of Euclid, all created by a foursome of formidable females: artistic director Brenda Way, associate choreographer Kimi Okada, fellow KT Nelson and guest choreographer Kate Weare.

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  • ODC/Dance Path of Miracles

    Inspired by the Camino de Santiago and created by ODC/Dance's KT Nelson in collaboration with San Francisco’s vocal ensemble, Volti, Path of Miracles, is a critically acclaimed site-specific performance experience originally performed in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral. 

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  • ODC/Dance Path of Miracles

    Inspired by the Camino de Santiago and created by ODC/Dance's KT Nelson in collaboration with San Francisco’s vocal ensemble, Volti, Path of Miracles, is a critically acclaimed site-specific performance experience originally performed in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral. 

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  • ODC/Dance Path of Miracles

    Inspired by the Camino de Santiago and created by ODC/Dance's KT Nelson in collaboration with San Francisco’s vocal ensemble, Volti, Path of Miracles, is a critically acclaimed site-specific performance experience originally performed in San Francisco's Grace Cathedral. 

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  • Dance Downtown

    ODC/Dance returns to the Blue Shield of California Theater at YBCA for Dance Downtown, March 29 - April 2, 2023. Delight in two programs of captivating works, including two world premieres: Collision, Collapse and a Coda by ODC Founder and Artistic Director Brenda Way and Witness by guest artist Amy Seiwert. The exhilarating lineup also includes Impulse, Dexandro Montalvo’s audacious quartet for four women, and two repertory favorites, Triangulating Euclid, a bracing three-way collaboration created by Brenda Way, KT Nelson, and Kate Weare in response to the restoration of the 1482 printing of Euclid’s “Elements of Geometry,” and Something about a Nightingale by Way, a whimsical delight, set to the enticing music of the Tin Hat Trio.

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  • 2023 Dance Downtown Gala

    Celebrate the new season of fearless and exuberant dance in style with a sensational dinner followed by an electric performance by ODC/Dance. Afterwards, join ODC dancers, choreographers and collaborators in their post-show glow for an unforgettable after-party replete with cocktails, delicious bites, dancing, and other delights.

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  • Dance Downtown

    ODC/Dance returns to the Blue Shield of California Theater at YBCA for Dance Downtown, March 29 - April 2, 2023. Delight in two programs of captivating works, including two world premieres: Collision, Collapse and a Coda by ODC Founder and Artistic Director Brenda Way and Witness by guest artist Amy Seiwert. The exhilarating lineup also includes Impulse, Dexandro Montalvo’s audacious quartet for four women, and two repertory favorites, Triangulating Euclid, a bracing three-way collaboration created by Brenda Way, KT Nelson, and Kate Weare in response to the restoration of the 1482 printing of Euclid’s “Elements of Geometry,” and Something about a Nightingale by Way, a whimsical delight, set to the enticing music of the Tin Hat Trio.

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  • Dance Downtown

    ODC/Dance returns to the Blue Shield of California Theater at YBCA for Dance Downtown, March 29 - April 2, 2023. Delight in two programs of captivating works, including two world premieres: Collision, Collapse and a Coda by ODC Founder and Artistic Director Brenda Way and Witness by guest artist Amy Seiwert. The exhilarating lineup also includes Impulse, Dexandro Montalvo’s audacious quartet for four women, and two repertory favorites, Triangulating Euclid, a bracing three-way collaboration created by Brenda Way, KT Nelson, and Kate Weare in response to the restoration of the 1482 printing of Euclid’s “Elements of Geometry,” and Something about a Nightingale by Way, a whimsical delight, set to the enticing music of the Tin Hat Trio.

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