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3153 17th St. San Francisco, CA 94110 | Mission/ Bernal Heights | 415-863-6606
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    Sixteen ladies who lick the air with their legs. Line of sixteen, leaning. Formations lifted into gyrations: a partnership. Bianca Cabrera's Blind Tiger Society roars onto the stage at ODC...
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    ODC's biannual showcase Dance and Diaspora returns with Persian dance artists Farima Berenji and Shahrzad Khorsandi. After the success of last year's Layla Means Night, which featured both...
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    In Father On, presented by first-time collaborators Scott Wells, artistic director of Scott Wells & Dancers, and Sheldon Smith, co-artistic director of Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts, you...
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    Goldie Award-winning KUNST-STOFF Dance Company celebrates its 15th season in San Francisco with two programs that combine nostalgia and innovation. Program I features a solo for founding...
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    It was day, but the light had the ashtray color of stale fog. He's a writer, so the whiskey bottle next to him stands as empty as the page in front of him. You have to read these words...
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    Haunted-house tours are a Halloween standard, but Rosanna Gamson/World Wide takes the idea of a spooky installation a step further in Layla Means Night, the "séance for 1000 brides"...
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    Dance Theatre of San Francisco, one of the city's newest contemporary dance companies, introduces itself to the public in "Debut", Oct. 11-13 at ODC Theater. Combining the forces of four...
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    Los Angeles has been notoriously hostile to its own dance companies, despite Angelinos swarming the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion when renowned companies like American Ballet Theater, the...
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    Like those 1940s MGM musicals in which a ragtag gang of vaudevillians have a few measly hours to put together a show, ODC Theater challenged 2013 Isadora Duncan Award-winning choreographer...
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    The Garage, tucked between antiques emporia and car repair shops on Bryant and Fifth, presents multiple dance and theater productions weekly on its cozy black-box stage and has launched...
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    One eye shut makes a line a lie. A line is a breadthless length, an infinity of points in one dimension. The ray is half a line, a lit-up lie, a wave or a particle made real by the machine...
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    What is contemporary dance? Guggenheim fellow Brian Brooks acknowledges the references to ballet, street dance, Cunningham, and release that appear in his solo I'm Going to Explode, but...
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    There are at least two things we simply cannot resist here at SF Weekly: sweets and a good show. Indulge! provides them both. A benefit for ODC Theater, Indulge! in-vites the community onto...
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    Is it true that neurological conditions like depression, anxiety, dementia, and schizophrenia can heighten people’s creativity and contribute to their artistic output? The Bay Area Art...
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    The nine characters in Sheetal Gandhi’s Bahu-Beti-Biwi (“Daughter-in-law, Daughter, Wife”), a solo show that blends theater, singing, and different forms of world dance,...
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    Disney’s animated version of the story of Aladdin had a lot going on. There were the Broadway-worthy songs, Robin Williams hamming it up as the voice of the genie, and let’s not...
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    A Turk, a Brazilian, and a Slav walk onto an empty stage. Far from being the setup of a joke, this is the debut of "Dance and Diaspora," an annual program that showcases the work of...
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    Whether it's science fiction (Asteroid, Mad Max, The Hunger Games) or science fact (global warming, nuclear arms, a pregnant Kardashian), the future can look downright scary. It can also...
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    Few dance troupes possess the elegance, humor, and subversive sensuality necessary to approach the Bloomsbury Set as subject matter, but it is a milieu in which Jenny McAllister’s 13th...
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    Dr. Seuss’ Oh, the Places You’ll Go! was something we often turned to as we entered new stages in life. However, we realize things don’t always work as Dr. Seuss said they...
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    Seeing a dance choreographed by Holly Johnson is like going to a Tennessee Williams play where the actors have forgotten how to speak and instead deliver their lines through movement. Her...
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    Kristina Wong broke her own heart via four years of touring her one-woman show about depression. It was called Wong Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and it took on the high incidence of...

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