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Upcoming Events

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DHPCo. and Latinx Hispanic Dancers United (LDHU) are Co-presenting, along with ODC Theater, a Workshop by two amazing Latinx, women choreographers Rosanna Tavarez and Bianca Cabrera.  LHDU is a national initiative that invests in and mobilizes Latinx/e/a/o and Hispanic dance artists in our immediate region and across the country.


Join Rosanna Tavarez (Los Angeles) and Bianca Cabrera (Oakland) for an afternoon of dance! Rosanna will lead a short Countertechnique warm-up to get everyone started, and then dancers will learn luscious choreography from Rosanna's Piece x Piece and Bianca's Fever Dreams.

November 12, 11am-3pm
ODC Theater, San Francisco
FREE + RSVP required

LHDU is Partially supported by the California Arts Council and San Francisco Arts Commission.

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Let's Talk About It:

The Immigrant Experience &

U.S. Contemporary Dance

Join Latinx Hispanic Dancers United for our virtual panel discussion, Let's Talk About It: The Immigrant Experience & U.S. Contemporary Dance.  This discussion will be moderated by Juan Manuel Aldape Muñoz (Cornell University) and will feature guest speakers Liliana Gomez, Gabriel Mata, and Wilfredo Rivera.

Items of discussion include artmaking and citizenship, immigrant aesthetics and themes, language, and examining how the U.S. dance field includes or excludes these narratives. This discussion event is open to all self-identifying Latinx/e/o/a and Hispanic dance artists. 


Wednesday September 28, 2022

Virutal / Zoom Webinar

Partially supported by the California Arts Council and San Francisco Arts Commission.

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New Date: August 25th, 2022

Join us for a moderated conversation with Bay Area intersectional Latinx artists Karla Quintero, Javier Stell-Fresquez, Andreína Maldonado, and Kathryn Florez.

- What cultural shifts do we see or are a part of in the Bay Area Dance scene?
- How can we continue to unify and uplift each other in our region and across the country?
- In what new ways can we collaborate, support, and include others within our own work and missions?


Date: Thursday August 25, 2022
FREE, Open to All

Joe Goode Annex, SF


Covid Protocols: Masks are required for all guests.. Proof of Vaccination or Neg. Covid test within 48hrs.

Partially supported by the California Arts Council and San Francisco Arts Commission.


Seeking dancers for our 2022/23 Season


Our newest season  features a full-evening production in collaboration with musical legend El Vez (Robert Lopez) and 7 national Latinx/e choreographers.  Guest choreographers include: Alfonso Cervera, Rosie Herrera, Eric Garcia, Stephanie Martinez, Gabriel Mata, Vanessa Sanchez, and Yvonne Montoya.

Dancers should have a background in contemporary, modern, improvisation, contact and/or Latin/Afro social dance forms.  Dancers should be comfortable in a collaborative, movement generating environment.   We highly encourage dancers of Latinx/e/o/a and POC backgrounds. We are also accepting virtual auditions via our registration form for those who cannot attend the live auditions.    

Saturday August 6, 2022


Joe Goode Annex, San Francisco



Countertechnique Master Class &
Movement Workshop 

Master class and movement workshop taught by USC Assistant Professor of Dance, and Latinx Hispanic Dancers United member, Rosanna Tavarez. The class also features Samuel-Melecio Zambrano co-teaching the class portion of the event.  Rosanna's work is also being presented at ODC theater on June 2, 2022 as part of their "State of Play" festival.  

Friday June 3, 2022
Joe Goode Annex
Capacity is very, limited 15 spots.  


*Proof of vaccination (booster not required) and/or negative COVID test within 48 hours needed for entry per venue requirement. Masks encouraged but not required at this time. 

Partially supporter by the Callifornia Arts Council .

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