Ever Widening Circle, a Benefit and Celebration Starring Victoria Williams
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The last date listed for Ever Widening Circle, Starring Victoria Williams was Friday September 15, 2006 / 7:00pm.
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San Francisco's internationally acclaimed contemporary dance company ODC/Dance celebrates their 43rd season with the world premiere of boulders and bones ("A" program), inspired by the work of visual artist Andy Goldsworthy, and including collaborations with Zoë Keating, Alexander V. Nichols and RJ Muna. In their "B" program, they revisit their 2013 smash hit Triangulating Euclid created by ODC artistic directors Brenda Way and KT Nelson in collaboration with New York choreographer Kate Weare. Two if by Sea gets new choreographic treatment by ODC associate choreographer Kimi Okada, and the company reprises the beloved Unintended Consequences: A Meditation. Learn More
<p>The World Institute on Disability presents the 8th-annual Ever Widening Circle, celebrating disability community and culture by featuring world-class performers with disabilities. This year's event features performances by critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Victoria Williams, whose traditional Americana-flavored songs have been covered by everyone from Lou Reed to Lucinda Williams; award-winning comedienne Tanyalee Davis, winner of the 2003 Norman G. Brooks Standup Comedy Scholarship Competition; and, the physically-integrated dance of AXIS Dance Company.</p>
About the Ticket Supplier: World Institute on DisabilityThe World Institute on Disability (WID) is a nonprofit research, public policy and advocacy center dedicated to promoting the civil rights and full societal inclusion of people with disabilities.
WID's work focuses on four areas: employment and economic development; accessible health care and Personal Assistance Services; inclusive technology design; and international disability and development. Over half of the Board of Directors and staff are people with disabilities and are respected national leaders in the disability field as well as in industry, government and social services.
Since its founding in 1983 by Ed Roberts, Judy Heumann and Joan Leon, WID has earned a reputation for groundbreaking research and public education on issues important to people with disabilities. WID brings a diverse disability perspective and provides comprehensive analyses crucial to improving public policy and civil rights for people with disabilities. WID is located in downtown Oakland, California.