At The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble

The Odyssey Theatre celebrates the art of dance with a month-long festival in January.
Saturday, Jan. 14 at & Sunday, Jan. 15 at 2 p.m.:
Odyssey Theatre and Goethe Institut Los Angeles present Eifo Efi — Dancers Ioannis Mandafounis and Fabrice Mazliah, founders of German dance collective MAMAZA and colleagues for many years with the Forsythe Company, use their close relationship as collaborators to produce a performative realm of doubled doubles: multiplying the perception of two bodies via dimensions of imagined reality and reflections in the actual material of the set. At once whole and multiple, the piece invites untangling the who and where of the spectacle.

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Friday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m.:
Odyssey Theatre and Galiana & Nikolchev's Useless Room present The Last One — Poaching beauty in a battle between preservation and destruction, this physical theater performance investigates the physical toll of a progressively graying existence. Performed by Emily MeisterAnthony Nikolchev and Julian Sandoval; directed by Gema Galiana.

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Sunday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m.:
Odyssey Theatre and Herencia Flamenca present Olé Flamenco — Experience the passion of flamenco with world-renowned guitar virtuoso Paco Arroyo and explosive dancer Yolanda Arroyo, joined onstage by members of their troupe including Mikaela KaiJani Quintero, “La Pimentilla”and “La Miki.

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Friday, Jan. 27 at 8 p.m. & Saturday, Jan. 28 at 8 p.m.:
Odyssey Theatre and L.A. Contemporary Dance Company present Force Majeure — A repertory evening of four new works by four choreographersForce  Majeure includes Ebba, an intimate, bold and unapologetic investigation of the many layers that exist in the psyche of girls and women, and how we can ultimately find strength and ownership in that (choreographed by Genevieve Carson with original composition by Robert Amjärv); BeautyFear, examining the moment of realization in a person's life where they come face to face with the habits and behaviors that stand in the way of their progress (choreographed by Gregory Dolbashian);Sporty, a look at a group of hip, young millennials fighting to stay relevant in a society defined by quickly changing trends (choreographed by Micaela Taylor)and Delicate Skinsan exploration of the sensations of touch, intimacy, and sensitivity within the physical and emotional realms (choreographed by Christian Denice).

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