Theme and Concept
Kinetics Dance Company's newest work, (re)connect, explores the search for a connection to nature, to ourselves and to each other. Inspired by recent events, such as the global pandemic and the fight for social justice/equality, this piece embodies the indispensability of compassion for humanity. We hope this performance provides disconnection from the fast-paced, media-driven world that surrounds us, and offers a moment for meditation, reflection, and peace. Come experience this contemporary dance work as you are guided through various outdoor locations at the beautiful Howard County Conservancy.
Kinetics Dance Company is grateful for the opportunity to collaborate with musician, teacher, and dance accompanist, Ian Otto Collins, who will provide live accompaniment for (re)connect. We're also delighted to welcome special guest performers from Kinetics Dance Theatre's Apprentice Company, comprised of aspiring dance artists.
Audience members are welcome to bring small chairs or blankets if they prefer to sit and watch the performance. Please keep in mind that seating will not be provided and the majority of the performance involves standing. The approximate run time of the performance is 45-50 mins. The last section of the work is not completely handicap accessible as it requires the audience to walk down a gravel path on a slight incline. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns regarding mobility throughout the performance; accommodations can be made. We want all our patrons to be able to participate and enjoy this event!
Our dancers and staff will be wearing masks throughout the duration of the event. We kindly ask that all audience members wear masks as well and maintain a safe physical distance from others. There are limited tickets for each show to provide a safe and intimate performance experience for all. Please do not attend the performance if you have a fever or are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
When: Sunday, October 18th at 3pm, 4:15pm, & 5:30pm
Where: Howard County Conservancy
Tickets: $15.00 (online only)
Rain Date: October 25th
~ Looking forward to (re)connecting with you ~