Welcome to Olympic Performance Group!

We are a local nonprofit organization with the mission of providing dancers and other performers of all ages opportunities to collaborate and bring exciting original, classical and contemporary works to live audiences in Kitsap County. As a local performing arts company focused on the art of dance, we also view ourselves as champions for youth. Now in our eleventh year, we can recount numerous ways in which young people who participate in our programs develop skills for success in life: confidence, self-awareness, resilience, teamwork and the benefits of a good work ethic to name a few. While our goals are dance performance and education, we know the benefits to participation in our programs are for more expansive.

With auditions open to the entire community and across many genres of performance — such as dance (ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, modern and ballroom), singing, gymnastics and acting—we strive to broaden the accessibility of dance performance and learning opportunities. Company members not only enhance their performing arts education, but also have opportunities to mentor younger participants, teach, direct, provide community service as well as train with professional guest artists. Our thriving local arts community is enriched and more complete through Olympic Performance Group’s contributions.


September 7, 8 and 14. 


Olympic Performance Group is proud to bring The Guild Dance Company of Seattle, WA to perform September 14 at Bainbridge Performing Arts. IMMIGRATION STORIES, a choreographic odyssey by Artistic Director Alex Ung, traces the journey of his immigrant Tai Dam family from war-torn Southeast Asia to Iowa, from the 1940s to the 1970s. Told through traditional Tai Dam dance accompanied by drum, string and pipe along with a blend of hip and hop and contemporary dance styles set to contemporary music, will complete the narrative of this engaging and timely historical reflection. Experiencing the fears and challenges of escaping one’s homeland to the satisfaction of creating a new place to call home in America, are current and compelling messages that build understanding. Local youth dancers will be opening the show with new choreography, also by Ung, conveying the immigration experience through the eyes of young people. To experience these stories through the artistry of dance will make for a very special evening. For tickets, visit the BPA website bainbridgeperformingarts.org.

OPG is sponsored in part by