To recognize and showcase the contributions of deaf and hard of hearing artists, the Urban Jazz Dance Company presents the fifth annual Bay Area International Deaf Dance Festival.Deaf artists from across the world — such as 2016’s “So You Think You Can Dance” Germany winner Kassandra Wedel — will travel to the Dance Mission Theater to perform Friday-Sunday, Aug. 11-13.The three-day event also includes workshops, running Tuesday-Wednesday, Aug. 8-9, in jazz, hip-hop, ballet, American Sign Language dance and more from both deaf and hearing artists.
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