FEB 2019 28 THU 8 pm
Dance | Israel
Ephrat Asherie Dance | OdeonBalboa Theatre
  • Sec A $50
  • Sec B $40
  • Sec C $30
  • UCSD Student $9
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About

Dedicated to revealing and exploring the inherent complexities of street and social dance forms, Ephrat Asherie Dance (EAD) creates original contemporary work that straddles dance and theater. EAD makes its West Coast debut with Odeon, an original dance work for seven dancers and four musicians. The performance marks the second collaboration between sister-and-brother team Ephrat and Ehud Asherie (choreographer and musical director, respectively).

Odeon is set to the music of Brazilian composer Ernesto Nazareth, known for mixing early 20th-century romantic music with samba and other popular Afro-Brazilian rhythms. The piece delves into what happens when you bring together the extended family of street and club dances—including breaking, hip-hop, house, and vogue—remix them, pick them apart, and challenge them to inhabit unfamiliar spatial and choreographic contexts.

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Parking

The closest parking structure is Gilman Parking Structure located at the intersection of Gilman Drive and Russell Lane. Please pay for parking when you arrive. Permit pay station is located on the first two floors of the parking structure. Pay stations sell Visitor (V) permits and it's valid in V (24 hours daily), S (24 hours daily), B (24 hours daily), A (from 4:30–7:30 pm daily), and Meters (from 4:30–7:30 pm daily) spots.
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Shuttles will be available at Gilman Parking Structure for Mandeville performances starting at 7 pm. Shuttles will also be available following the performances.

Student Engagement Sponsor

Murray Galinson San Diego Israel Initiative

Murray Galinson

UC San Diego Partners

Thurgood Marshall College; Department of Theatre and Dance

Support

This performance of Ephrat Asherie Dance was made possible by the New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
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