Upcoming Show > Dance at the Odyssey

Jan 13, 2023 – Feb 19, 2023

Dance at the Odyssey

No)one. Art House

January 13 – 15

A world premiere of six short works by six local choreographers based in contemporary, hip hop, and experimental styles

Roya Carreras/Los Angeles

The Stories we Tell Ourselves

January 20 – 22

A world premiere of three movement monologues – a play on fantasy vs. reality, a study on perception

Assaf Salhov/New York

The Song of Spies

January 20 – 22

A composition of dance and ancient songs

JA Collective

January 27 – 29

JA Collective returns to the Odyssey with their newest creation combining hip-hop, conceptual improv, contemporary dance and theater

Jessie Lee Thorne’s Poets In Motion

February 3 – 4

This world premiere looks into  the human response to retreat, disconnection and sitting alone in our dark places in times of pain

Dancing Through Prison Walls

DATA or 7 ways to dance a dance through prison walls 

February 10 – 11

“In a world where punishment pretends to be a solution, we all suffer the chains of inequity. In a world where we dance with, believe in, and cherish one another; we rise on wings of unity. Only together, may we be free.”        Forrest Reyes

DaEun Jung

BYOULNORRI (별놀이)

February 17 – 19

Pansori (Korean folk opera), electronic beats, irregular folk rhythms, Hangul (Korean alphabet system), chance operation and numeric sequences that deconstruct, reinterpret and transform classical Korean dance vocabulary. A world premiere.

Dates / Tickets / Special Events

Jan 13, 2023 – Feb 19, 2023

Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm

Tickets $25

January 13 – 15

No)one. Art House

 

January 20 – 22 

Roya Carreras/Los Angeles
The Stories We Tell Ourselves

Assaf Salhov/New York
The Song of Spies

 

 

 

January 27 – 29

JA Collective

February 3 – 4

Jessie Lee Thorne’s Poets In Motion

February 10 – 11

Dancing Through Prison Walls

February 17 – 19

DaEun Jung

Credits / Cast / Crew

Curated by Barbara Mueller-Wittmann

Produced for the Odyssey Theatre by Barbara Mueller-Wittmann and Beth Hogan

Festival Lighting Designer Katelan Braymer

No)one. Art House

Choreographer Marcella Lewis, Rebekah Denegal, Jordan Slaffey, Aleks Perez, Quenga, Freedom

Roya Carreras/Los Angeles

the stories we tell ourselves

Choreographer Roya Carreras

Performers Joslin Vezeau, Elise Ritzel Miller, Eloise DeLuca 

Assaf Salhov/New York

The Song of Spies

Choreographer  Assaf Salhov

Performer Assaf Salhov, Nikki Holck

JA Collective

Choreographers Aidan Carberry, Jordan Johnson

Jessie Lee Thorne’s Poets In Motion

Choreographer Jessie Lee Thorne

Performer Laja Field, Matt Luck, Keilan Stafford, Annalise Gehling, Kaia Makihara, Jessie Lee Thorne 

Artistic Collaborator Anna Tse, Music Collaborators Lauren Dessinger & Sean Deschamps, Light Designer Katelan Braymer

Dancing Through Prison Walls

DATA or 7 ways to dance a dance through prison walls 

Choreographer Suchi Branfman, in deep collaboration with the performers

Performer Marc Antoni Charcas, Ernst Fenelon Jr., Mokhtar Ferbrache, Selina Ho, Amy Oden, Tom Tsai, Suchi Branfman

Text: I Am You, by Forrest Reyes, written inside the Norco prison, April 2022

Sound Score Jimena Sarno,  Set Design Advisor  Kimi Hanauer

DaEun Jung

BYOULNORRI (별놀이)

Choreographer DaEun Jung

Performer Arletta Anderson, Chantal Cherry, Hyoin Jun, DaEun Jung,Tulsi Shah 

Pansori singer Melody Shim

Composer/Electronic sound player Daniel Corral

No)One. Arthouse Photographer: Matthew Brush

DaEun Jung Photographer: Michael Palma

Assaf Salhov Photographer: Valerie Kosnevich

Roya Carreras Photographer: Alexander Sargent

Jessie Lee Thorne’s Poets in Motion Photographer: David Orr

Dancing Through Prison Walls Photographer: Ciro Hurtado

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