ORIGIN by Kinections Dancegroup (Virtual Live)
SUNDAY, MAY 16th 3:30pm EST
An informal livestream in studio performance presented by Kinections Dancegroup.
We wish we could gather together in person to experience the work and performance of these talented young artists, but we’re so excited to be able to offer a livestream option with you!
Tickets are on a pay what you can scale with a $5 min donation. Your ticket purchase is a contribution to the company to help with future performances and video projects.
The livestream Youtube link will be emailed a half hour prior to the start time of the show to the provided email.
We’ll see you online for the virtual showcase!
About the works:
In search of lost time choreographed by Lynda Senisi
"There are a few things I've learned throughout the years. One is that time doesn't stop for anyone; hurdling forward and onward, unstoppable and catastrophic"
— Shawn Michael Severud
Homecoming choreographed by Marissa Jean
Do you recall the first time you experience the feeling of nostalgia? Where do you think it comes from?
A look into how these emotional experiences have processed within each individual, remaining separate but somehow familiar. Finding the unexpected surprises, comfort, and reminders nostaglia brings us.
The U in US choreographed by Yuki Fukui
Exploring the idea of the (I)ndivual in the community, and the community that accepts and encourages the individual. Creating the space we belong, where self empowered beings come together.
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