• Kinetech Arts and ODC Theater Co-Present: Passage

    Through exploring the intersection of movement, science and technology, Kinetech Arts illuminates new ways of creating, collaborating and engaging the audience in subjects that matter.

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  • Kinetech Arts and ODC Theater Co-Present: Passage

    Through exploring the intersection of movement, science and technology, Kinetech Arts illuminates new ways of creating, collaborating and engaging the audience in subjects that matter.

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  • Kinetech Arts and ODC Theater Co-Present: Passage

    Through exploring the intersection of movement, science and technology, Kinetech Arts illuminates new ways of creating, collaborating and engaging the audience in subjects that matter.

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  • RAWdance and ODC Theater Co-Present: TAKE 3

    RAWdance’s three Co-Artistic Directors offer an evening of dynamic digital dance, created for the stage and re-envisioned for film. Shadow (part 1), choreographed by Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, brings a quartet of dancers from San Francisco and New York for the first chapter premiere of this deep dive into our digital debris and data-defined identities. Much celebrated, The Healer (2020), choreographed by Katerina Wong, also returns to the screen. In memory of Wong’s late aunt, The Healer mines the ancient history, systems, and beliefs of Traditional Chinese Medicine to shed light on humanity’s innate ability to overcome suffering.

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  • RAWdance and ODC Theater Co-Present: TAKE 3

    RAWdance’s three Co-Artistic Directors offer an evening of dynamic digital dance, created for the stage and re-envisioned for film. Shadow (part 1), choreographed by Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, brings a quartet of dancers from San Francisco and New York for the first chapter premiere of this deep dive into our digital debris and data-defined identities. Much celebrated, The Healer (2020), choreographed by Katerina Wong, also returns to the screen. In memory of Wong’s late aunt, The Healer mines the ancient history, systems, and beliefs of Traditional Chinese Medicine to shed light on humanity’s innate ability to overcome suffering.

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  • RAWdance and ODC Theater Co-Present: TAKE 3

    RAWdance’s three Co-Artistic Directors offer an evening of dynamic digital dance, created for the stage and re-envisioned for film. Shadow (part 1), choreographed by Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, brings a quartet of dancers from San Francisco and New York for the first chapter premiere of this deep dive into our digital debris and data-defined identities. Much celebrated, The Healer (2020), choreographed by Katerina Wong, also returns to the screen. In memory of Wong’s late aunt, The Healer mines the ancient history, systems, and beliefs of Traditional Chinese Medicine to shed light on humanity’s innate ability to overcome suffering.

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  • ODC Theater Presents inkBoat with Guest Choreographer Ann Carlson: These are the Ones We Fell Among

    Two humans, trapped and transforming, enmeshed and enjoying an endless loop of abstractly absurd and tender tomfoolery. These are the Ones We Fell Among inspired by the movements and metaphors of the elephant, is an evening length world reminiscent of Samuel Beckett and Dr. Seuss. This work erupted from the pandemic and responds to extinction, to fear, to love and to loss.

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  • ODC Theater Presents inkBoat with Guest Choreographer Ann Carlson: These are the Ones We Fell Among

    Two humans, trapped and transforming, enmeshed and enjoying an endless loop of abstractly absurd and tender tomfoolery. These are the Ones We Fell Among inspired by the movements and metaphors of the elephant, is an evening length world reminiscent of Samuel Beckett and Dr. Seuss. This work erupted from the pandemic and responds to extinction, to fear, to love and to loss.

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  • ODC Theater Presents inkBoat with Guest Choreographer Ann Carlson: These are the Ones We Fell Among

    Two humans, trapped and transforming, enmeshed and enjoying an endless loop of abstractly absurd and tender tomfoolery. These are the Ones We Fell Among inspired by the movements and metaphors of the elephant, is an evening length world reminiscent of Samuel Beckett and Dr. Seuss. This work erupted from the pandemic and responds to extinction, to fear, to love and to loss.

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