PHILADANCO! - Canceled
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This performance has been canceled. Below are your ticketing options:

1. Donate your tickets and receive a tax deduction for the total value. O-pa is a 501(c)3  nonprofit institution. We rely on ticket sales and revenue contributions in order to continue our mission, which matters now more than ever. Please consider donating the value of your tickets in lieu of a credit or refund to support local artists and arts education programs. 

2. Receive a credit: Apply the amount of your tickets to your account to be used at a later time.

3. Gift Certificate: Apply the total value of your tickets to a gift certificate to be used at a later time.

4. Refund: Apply the face value of your tickets back to your original form of payment. 

For questions please contact ticketomaha@o-pa.org. Thank you for your understanding. 

 

 

Omaha Performing Arts PHILADANCO! - Canceled Orpheum Theater Dance

This performance has been canceled, but will still feature a live virtual discussion as part of our Voices AMPLIFIED series. Learn more here.

The Philadelphia Dance Company
(PHILADANCO) is dancing its way to Omaha! Celebrated for its innovation, creativity, PHILADANCO has a legacy of breaking barriers and building bridges across cultural divides. Tonight’s performance will showcase works by Omaha native Ray Mercer as well as electrifying showpieces set by Donald Bryd, Ronald K. Brown and Rennie Harris.

Founded in 1970 by Joan Myers Brown, PHILADANCO is known for using the language of dance to explore Black history, social justice and civil rights.
 MORE INFORMATION

This performance has been canceled, but will still feature a live virtual discussion as part of our Voices AMPLIFIED series. Learn more here.

The Philadelphia Dance Company
 (PHILADANCO) is dancing its way to Omaha! Celebrated for its innovation, creativity, PHILADANCO has a legacy of breaking barriers and building bridges across cultural divides. Tonight’s performance will showcase works by Omaha native Ray Mercer as well as electrifying showpieces set by Donald Bryd, Ronald K. Brown and Rennie Harris.

Founded in 1970 by Joan Myers Brown, PHILADANCO is known for using the language of dance to explore Black history, social justice and civil rights. LESS INFORMATION

 

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