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Monday, May 13, 2013

Indulge! A Benefit For ODC Theater

Posted By on Mon, May 13, 2013 at 10:50 AM


There are at least two things we simply cannot resist here at SF Weekly: sweets and a good show. Indulge! provides them both. A benefit for ODC Theater, Indulge! in-vites the community onto the ODC stage for a night of sweets, savories, spirits, and dance performances. The treats come courtesy of Anthony's Cookies, Schulzie's Bread Pudding, and the Three Babes Bakeshop, with drinks provided by Bluxome Street Cellars and Square One Vodka, among others.

The performances will be done pop-up style, appearing in any corner of the theater. Seeing LEVYDance is probably worth the price of admission by itself: Artistic Director Benjamin Levy was recently named one of the "top 25 to watch" by Dance Magazine. ODC artists-in-residence Amara Tabor-Smith and Amy Seiwert's Imagery will also perform. There is a silent auction for a month of free classes at ODC, and several local restaurants are offering a dinner package that includes entry into Indulge. That's Delfina, AQ, and Foreign Cinema, to name a few. We'll be leaving the diet at home, and suggest you do the same.

Indulge! starts Tuesday May 14 at 8 p.m. at ODC Theater 3153 17th St. S.F. Admission is $35-$125; call 863-9834 or visit

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