Performances

The University of Oklahoma School of Dance welcomes you to our 2018-2019 season of exciting performances, guest artists in residence, workshops, auditions and special events.

We hope you will join us at one of this season's spectacular performances or delightful special events!

For information about the University of Oklahoma, check out www.ou.edu. For information about all the arts at the University of Oklahoma, go to the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts web site.

For performance tickets, contact the box office at 405-325-4101, Monday through Friday 11:30am to 5:30pm.

Tickets may also be purchased online.

Note: SummerDance! tickets are not available online.


SummerDance! 2018

June 29, 30, & July 1, 2018 
Reynolds Performing Arts Center, Room 3002

Join us for an exhilarating dance performance featuring Oklahoma Festival Ballet and Contemporary Dance Oklahoma.

SummerDance2018


Past Performances

Contemporary Dance Oklahoma

March 2-4 and 9-11, 2018 
Elsie C. Brackett Theatre

Contemporary Dance Oklahoma examines the creative range of modern dance, featuring pieces that are abstract, mood-inspired, and narrative. Guest choreographers David Hochoy of Dance Kaleidoscope and Jean-Guillaume Weis joins OU faculty choreographers Austin Hartel and Roxanne Lyst. Enjoy this exploration of the human condition expressed by the dynamic power of our dancers.

CDO 2018 Poster


Young Choreographers' Showcase

January 25-28, 2018 
Reynolds Performing Arts Center (Holmberg Hall)

A perennial favorite, Young Choreographers' Showcase features new and innovative choreography created by School of Dance students. Featuring dance pieces from the full spectrum of movement styles, Young Choreographers' Showcase never fails to entertain and inspire.

YCS 2018


Oklahoma Festival Ballet

November 3-5, 9-10 and 12, 2017 
Elsie C. Brackett Theatre

Join us for an evening of contemporary and classical ballet featuring Swan Lake, one of the most beloved of all classical ballets. Swan Lake is a balletic fairy tale of love promised and challenged by evil, in a magical lakeside setting. In addition, guest choreographer Trey McIntyre delights audiences with his innovative contemporary ballet; joining School of Dance faculty Mary Margaret Holt, Jeremy Lindberg, and Clara Cravey Stanley.

OFB 2017