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Off Center Festival 2015
Brickman Brando Bubble Boom

1/21/2015 - 1/24/2015
Through live feed video, pulsing rhythm and minimalist choreography, Spain’s Agrupación Señor Serrano present an exuberant manifesto on the right to housing and the search for a home. Performed in English and Spanish with English supertitles.

Off Center Festival 2015

1/21/2015 - 1/22/2015
A sequel of sorts presented by Iran’s Mehr Theater Group, Timeloss features a fictional reunion of the actors from Mehr’s acclaimed debut, Dance on Glasses, who confront the distance between them in the years since their parting. Performed in Farsi with English titles.

Off Center Festival 2015

1/23/2015 - 1/24/2015
Out and outrageous San Francisco-based writer/performer Marga Gomez plays a crew of incurable romantics going to great lengths to run toward – or away from – love.

Off Center Festival 2015
Scott Bradlee &
Postmodern Jukebox

1/23/2015 - 1/23/2015
After more than a hundred million views on YouTube Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox are here live, boldly reimagining today’s pop hits in ways that test the boundaries of time and space in an eclectic and incredibly fun show.

Off Center Festival 2015
Party on the Plaza
featuring Nick Waterhouse

1/24/2015 - 1/24/2015
Join us and celebrate everything Off-Center at a party on the Arts Plaza featuring food trucks, a beer garden and a free performance by L.A. singer Nick Waterhouse.

Off Center Festival 2015
Rodney King

1/27/2015 - 1/30/2015
The thorny odyssey and controversial legacy of the late Rodney King is unflinchingly presented in an improvised performance by writer/director/performer Roger Guenveur Smith.

Off Center Festival 2015
The Wong Street Journal (Preview)

1/29/2015 - 1/30/2015
Los Angeles-based performance artist and writer Kristina Wong fearlessly delves into intense social issues in accessible, moving and surprisingly hilarious ways.

Off Center Festival 2015
Opposing Forces

1/29/2015 - 1/31/2015
Seattle-based Choreographer Amy O'Neal directs five culturally and generationally diverse B-Boys in a transfixing performance examining existing tensions within B-Boy culture.

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