ODC School Presents Seeds Home Season: RE Identify
April 4, 8:00 PM; April 5, 4:00 PM
Seeds, ODC’s Teen Hip Hop Dance Company, emphasizes personal storytelling as a tool for empowerment in order to support its members, a group of young leaders, as they move confidently toward their imagined futures. RE, Identify is Seeds’ second full-length performance and features special guests of Embodiment Project.
Co-founded by Amber Julian and Nicole Klaymoon with faculty members and co-choreographers Poko Devis, George Cheng, and Rama Mahesh Hall, Seeds offers students the opportunity to delve deep into hip hop dance training, as well as performance skills, self expression, spoken word.
In 2020 ODC is offering a limited number of lower-cost Art Access tickets to every ODC presented performance. These additionally subsidized tickets, available on a first come, first serve basis, are reserved for those for whom price is a barrier. These tickets are available at checkout.
We know living in the Bay Area is expensive. We also highly value the art onstage and are invested in supporting the artists that create it. Ticket prices only cover a small fraction of the resources invested in the performance and we strive to make them as accessible as possible. Continued financial support through ticket purchases and charitable donations from people like you make Art Access tickets possible.
Each enrolled dancer in the Youth & Teen program has access to one complimentary student ticket per academic year through the Beyond the Classroom registration fee (paid at the time of enrollment). To redeem this ticket, follow this link and submit your request.
All ticket sales are final. Performances, dancers, and guest artists subject to change.