ODC shifts on-site classes to online with #ODCAtHome for Adult and Youth & Teen classes.

Additionally, ODC launched Drinks & a Dance. Instead of a night out, we propose a night in. ODC/Dance presents it's iconic works paired specially with a local restaurant or bar. Starting with an interactive cocktail class, wine tasting, or historical context into food & beverage, we then witness an intimate conversation between the choreographers and collaborators. After gaining insights into the process of creation, ODC screens a high quality video of the work, immediately followed by Q&A with the artists. Featured artists have included Brenda Way, KT Nelson, Kimi Okada, Pamela Z, Zoë Keating, and Paul Dresher. 


ODC/Dance premieres feature film Up for Air / Decameron

Featuring ODC/Dance Company and Kate Weare Company, Up for Air / Decameron is inspired by Bocaccio’s novel about the retreat of ten young Florentines seeking to avoid the plague of 1385. The film, directed by Brenda Way and choreographed by Way, Kate Weare, KT Nelson, and Kimi Okada touches on the combustible nature of love, the pleasures of connection and the resilience, irreverence and joy that help us survive tumultuous times.

ODC launches ODC Connect, a curated collection of digital content on a customized Video on Demand platform. The original library includes feature dance films; archival works from the Company and ODC Theater artists; behind the scenes documentaries; dance and fitness classes for all ages and abilities; cutting-edge short films from our Youth & Teen programs; unique, family friendly activities; and interviews with artists, instructors and health experts.

ODC launches ODC Health composed of: ODC fit, a senior curriculum, and a refreshed expanded clinic program.

ODC Theater debuts a new curatorial structure

ODC introduces Dance Cast, a podcast produced by ODC and is dedicated to critical conversations around all genres of dance. It's for dance insiders, dance lovers, and the dance curious. ODC Writer in Residence, Sima Belmar, talks with choreographers, dancers, educators, designers, presenters, bodyworkers, journalists and scholars about dance theories and practices of yesterday, today, and tomorrow.


The ODC/Dance Company tours to Colorado Springs and previews Dexandro Montalvo’s Vámonos to a full house and a standing ovation.

March 31-April 10, 2022 ODC returns to YBCA for it's 50+ celebration. Looking forward, new choreography by Dexandro Montalvo and Amy Seiwert and looking back, a reprise of Investigating Grace and Speaking Volumes. Fifty plus years and the beginning of a new chapter.

Wednesday, January 1, 2020 - 12:00