Consuming Kinetics Dance Company
Consuming Kinetics Dance Company
Consuming Kinetics Dance Company’s (CKDC) fall 2021 concert, [R]evolution, centers themes of justice and power, and offers a vision for a more just and humxne future. In [R]evolution, we explore topics including human trafficking, the black experience, capitalism, voting rights, gender equity, and mental health access. Our choreographers and artists investigate many of the challenges we face in our society today and use movement and performance to generate dialogue and action to address these systemic issues. [R]evolution was originally scheduled in the weeks prior to the 2020 national presidential election; through this performance, we hope to not only inspire electoral action, but to support broader activist efforts to dismantle the systems of oppression we live in, including racism, white supremacy, capitalism, heteropatriarchy, xenophobia, sexism, and ableism.
Through both our concerts and through our organizational mission and vision, CKDC hopes to model how every single person has the power to create change, even when it doesn't seem possible. More importantly, we seek to continue using dance and performance arts as vehicles for community organizing, culture-shifting, and public activism. We believe that not only is dance a catalyst for life in motion, but that dance can cultivate change on a larger scale, impact business practices, and encourage community members of all backgrounds and experiences towards social action.
All seating is General Admission.
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Tickets will be delivered via email, to either print at home or display on your mobile device.
COVID-19 Vaccination / Negative Test Requirement
Effective Sept. 10, all patrons 12 Years or older are required to show proof of their full COVID-19 vaccination or negative COVID-19 test upon entry for all ticketed events at KAF indoor performance venues, including The Grandel, .ZACK Theatre, The Marcelle, Black Box and Studio at The Kranzberg, High Low Listening Room and The Dark Room. Please bring a valid ID and proof of vaccine (card, picture of card, or photocopy) or proof of negative test (PCR test within 72 hours / antigen test within 24 hours of performance start time).
The above policies are in addition to an existing mask policy, which went into effect at the organization’s indoor venues in late July (coinciding with the guidance and mandates set forth by public health and local government). Masks are currently required in all Kranzberg Arts Foundation indoor facilities.
Proof of vaccination or negative test is not required in KAF outdoor venues (The Big Top and Open Air Tent).
CUSTOMER REQUEST due to COVID-19 Vaccination / Negative COVID-19 Test Requirement Policy
For shows which have been on sale prior to 08/26/2021, refunds are available by individual request only, until the last business day 24 hours prior to the show date OR September 29, 2021, whichever comes first. Refunds must be requested in advance. No refunds will be given after the show date.
If an event is canceled, no action is required to obtain a refund; MetroTix will issue a refund to the original method of payment used at time of purchase.
RESCHEDULED / POSTPONED EVENTS
If an event is postponed, rescheduled, or moved, your tickets are still valid for the new date and no further action is required. Emails will be sent to ticket holders notifying them of any available refund options for the event.
More details are here: https://www.kranzbergartsfoundation.org/covid-19-mitigation-policies/.
Located in the Grand Center Arts District in St. Louis, Missouri, The Marcelle features a state of the art black box theater, professional dance studios, and nonprofit office suites. A "home for the arts", The Marcelle welcomes New Line Theatre, Dance St. Louis & Big Muddy Dance Co., as resident arts organizations, and hosts productions from Kranzberg Arts Foundation residents and independent producers.
Photo: Luke Lindberg