• Contact Improvisation with Krista Denio

    This class proposes the inherent relationship between Composition and Contact Improvisation. We’ll begin with post-modern movement fundamentals, and a Body-Mind Centering® influenced approach to internal and external worlds. Then drawing on the vocabulary of time and space, through use of the Viewpoints and other compositional frameworks, we will explore choice-making within the micro and macro. From individual movement choices, to partnering work, and ensemble awareness of the whole room and relationships, we can broaden range and locate more diverse choice-making in the dance.

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  • The Anata Project "Point of Dissolve"

    Point of Dissolve is a collection of studies by Claudia Anata Hubiak, addressing the continuum of effort and ease. This evening-length world premiere connects the spectrum of effort with the societal standard that working harder equates with greater dignity. With an original score by Ben Juodvalkis, this quintet investigates the physical elements of precision and undoing through powerful partnering, quiet subtlety of gesture and spatial accumulations.

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  • The Anata Project Point of Dissolve

    Point of Dissolve is a collection of studies by Claudia Anata Hubiak, addressing the continuum of effort and ease. This evening-length world premiere connects the spectrum of effort with the societal standard that working harder equates with greater dignity. With an original score by Ben Juodvalkis, this quintet investigates the physical elements of precision and undoing through powerful partnering, quiet subtlety of gesture and spatial accumulations. 

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  • Making Connections Workshop with Shannon Stewart

    Making the Connections is geared toward trained dancers and dance teachers focusing on spinal articulation, core strength, understanding and utilizing the psoas muscle group. We will explore tools for leg extensions, balance, port de bras, and more.

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  • Advanced Pilates with Dorothee Vandewalle

    Get ready to sweat, roll, stand, jump, laugh, and be entertained by Dorothee’s strict but playful teaching style. This fun and lively Master Mat class will include all of the advanced Pilates Mat repertoire as well as created and archival variations. For Pilates Instructors and advanced students.

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  • Hot Spot with Shannon Stewart

    Shannon Stewart’s contemporary practice includes somatic tuning, guided improvisation, technical, endurance and strengthening exercises that allow dancers to increase range of motion, physical capacity and the potential for alternative virtuosities. Shannon works equally with physical and mental rigor, attention to detail, play and experimentation, and ends class with phrase work. Her training encompasses classical forms, somatic practices, martial arts and breakdancing. She is a certified Gyrokinesis® and Gyrotonic® instructor, as a teaching artist with the Mark Morris D4PD program for people with Parkinson’s Disease, and has trained abroad in Forsythe improvisation, gaga, and CounterTechnique. Shannon has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Dance Performance.

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  • Hot Spot with Shannon Stewart

    Shannon Stewart’s contemporary practice includes somatic tuning, guided improvisation, technical, endurance and strengthening exercises that allow dancers to increase range of motion, physical capacity and the potential for alternative virtuosities. Shannon works equally with physical and mental rigor, attention to detail, play and experimentation, and ends class with phrase work.

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  • Hot Spot with Shannon Stewart

    Shannon Stewart’s contemporary practice includes somatic tuning, guided improvisation, technical, endurance and strengthening exercises that allow dancers to increase range of motion, physical capacity and the potential for alternative virtuosities. Shannon works equally with physical and mental rigor, attention to detail, play and experimentation, and ends class with phrase work. Her training encompasses classical forms, somatic practices, martial arts and breakdancing. She is a certified Gyrokinesis® and Gyrotonic® instructor, as a teaching artist with the Mark Morris D4PD program for people with Parkinson’s Disease, and has trained abroad in Forsythe improvisation, gaga, and CounterTechnique. Shannon has an MFA in Interdisciplinary Dance Performance.

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  • Hot Spot with Shannon Stewart

    Shannon Stewart’s contemporary practice includes somatic tuning, guided improvisation, technical, endurance and strengthening exercises that allow dancers to increase range of motion, physical capacity and the potential for alternative virtuosities. Shannon works equally with physical and mental rigor, attention to detail, play and experimentation, and ends class with phrase work.

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  • ODC/Dance at BAM

    ODC/Dance is coming to the legendary, 150-year-old Brooklyn Academy of Music this fall, to perform the explosive and critically acclaimed boulders and bones as part of the Next Wave Festival.

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  • ODC/Dance at BAM

    ODC/Dance is coming to the legendary, 150-year-old Brooklyn Academy of Music this fall, to perform the explosive and critically acclaimed boulders and bones as part of the Next Wave Festival.

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  • ODC Theater Presents RAWdance "Double Exposure"

    Double Exposure offers a snapshot of the current American contemporary dance landscape in a single evening length work. This project breaks all the rules of traditional creative roles, with 16 choreographers and two dancers. Performed in its entirety by RAWdance’s Co-Artistic Directors, Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, it comprises 13 duets created by some of the most intriguing and esteemed choreographers making work along the West Coast today.

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  • Hot Spot: Contemporary Yoga: A Dancer's Yoga Class with Annie Rosenthal Parr

    After 25 years of teaching dance and receiving her 500-hour RTY certification under Nubia Teixeira, Annie has designed a unique yoga class accessible to dancers and yogis alike.

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  • ODC/Dance at BAM

    ODC/Dance is coming to the legendary, 150-year-old Brooklyn Academy of Music this fall, to perform the explosive and critically acclaimed boulders and bones as part of the Next Wave Festival.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • ODC Theater Presents RAWdance "Double Exposure"

    Double Exposure offers a snapshot of the current American contemporary dance landscape in a single evening length work. This project breaks all the rules of traditional creative roles, with 16 choreographers and two dancers. Performed in its entirety by RAWdance’s Co-Artistic Directors, Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, it comprises 13 duets created by some of the most intriguing and esteemed choreographers making work along the West Coast today.

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  • Contact Improvisation with Krista Denio

    This class proposes the inherent relationship between Composition and Contact Improvisation. We’ll begin with post-modern movement fundamentals, and a Body-Mind Centering® influenced approach to internal and external worlds. Then drawing on the vocabulary of time and space, through use of the Viewpoints and other compositional frameworks, we will explore choice-making within the micro and macro. From individual movement choices, to partnering work, and ensemble awareness of the whole room and relationships, we can broaden range and locate more diverse choice-making in the dance.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • ODC/Dance at BAM

    ODC/Dance is coming to the legendary, 150-year-old Brooklyn Academy of Music this fall, to perform the explosive and critically acclaimed boulders and bones as part of the Next Wave Festival.

    DISCOVER MORE
  • ODC Theater Presents RAWdance "Double Exposure"

    Double Exposure offers a snapshot of the current American contemporary dance landscape in a single evening length work. This project breaks all the rules of traditional creative roles, with 16 choreographers and two dancers. Performed in its entirety by RAWdance’s Co-Artistic Directors, Ryan T. Smith and Wendy Rein, it comprises 13 duets created by some of the most intriguing and esteemed choreographers making work along the West Coast today.

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  • Hot Spot with Holly Johnston

    Together, we create an experience of dancing as a self-regulating system, mode and means of responding, communicating and expressing ourselves through movement. Your body is fully acknowledged as source and resource of limitless possibilities. It is in the flux between knowing and unknowing that our bodies respond as instinct in order to find ground(ing); it is in this borderland that body can be a great generator of creative energies. Integrating somatics, movement phrases and improvisation we will generate new patterns of moving-thinking that offer our bodies time-space to actualize, reorganize and transform through our inherent movement intelligence and personal physical volition.

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  • ODC/Dance at Northrop Auditorium at the University of Minnesota

    ODC/Dance presents boulders and bones with cellist Erin Wang on the Carlson Family Stage on the Univeristy of MN campus in Minneapolis.

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