For their 6th Annual Dance Student Showcase, Kinetic Energy Alive Dance Productions, the dance company that enthralled audiences with its recent production of "The Lion King, A Brothers' Tale," is excited to announce a new and exciting installment of "Grit and Grace" -- showcasing young talent that delivers energy, inspiration, and "messages in movement" for a better world.
While many of us feel uncertainty and frustration about the future, this third installment of "Grit and Grace" honors the dance company's commitment to communicating goodness, peace, and healing to a troubled world -- through the spirit and vitality of a Next Generation of young talent. They are dancers, but they are also soon to be our leaders in a few short years to come.
Director Kea Tesseyman has helped the dancers craft their works to showcase the happiness and joy of each kid, the confidence and drive of each teenager, and the courage and willingness to redefine leadership in each adult. During the two hour performance, multiple styles of hip hop, contemporary, modern and storytelling combine to deliver a fresh and vibrant experience -- one of hope and positive change for a better world.
Join with us. Share the excitement and prepare to be... UNLEASHED.
Note for the Audience:
~ THESE SHOW SELL OUT FAST: It is HIGHLY recommended you purchase your tickets in advance. In the past two years our productions sell out faster and faster and we would hate for you to miss out on this event.
~ TICKET INFO: Tickets are $15.00 in advance and $17.00 at the door. General Seating applies. Tickets purchased in advance are held at Will Call at the Box Office. Use the link below to purchase your tickets. Our ticket services open April 14th.
~ CHILD ADVISORY: While this IS a great family show and a major uplifting event, we do deliver dance pieces in serious and moving ways. Which means if you have a child who does not sit for long periods of time or cries often, it could disturb the audience and the dancers on stage. We ask you to please use your best discretion and consideration if allowing children younger than 6 attend.
~ WE LIKE IT LOUD: It's always great to HEAR the music, but some people simply have more sensitive ears than others. The director recommends sitting in the middle back section of the first level where the sound is most balanced and you will not be directly near a monitor (speaker).