Kicking & Screening: Live & ALONE—Dance Festival
March 5–7, 2020
WaterFire Art Center’s Main Hall, Providence, RI
Kicking & Screening Live is a movement-based performance festival designed to introduce Rhode Island audiences to the latest in contemporary dance. This celebration of contemporary performance brings local and national artists together to share their boundary-pushing creative explorations with a growing Rhode Island dance audience.
The inaugural festival—Kicking & Screening: Live & Alone—will focus on solo performances of ~10–20 minutes each. This will provide audiences access to the diversity of who makes dance and the types of dance being made today. Each night will include work by artists from Rhode Island, New York City, and New England, including a solo choreographed by Merce Cunningham, recently performed as part of “Night of 100 Solos” in celebration of the choreographer’s 100th birthday. Interspersed between the performances will be short films of dances made specifically for film. Each evening features different choreographers and films.
Performances and screenings will take place at WaterFire Arts Center’s glorious Main Hall in Providence. Workshops and artist conversations will take place at WaterFire and in schools such as Providence College, Brown University and Roger Williams University.
Kicking & Screening Live is organized by Ali Kenner Brodsky, David Henry, Lila Hurwitz, and Andy Russ.
We are currently fundraising for the inaugural festival. Thanks to all who have contributed! Contact us for information on becoming a founding donor!
Details coming soon about the inaugural festival!
Stay tuned for the official announcement of our inaugural festival artists!
Details on the full schedule coming soon.