Eat delicious food at CPK on November 30th, 2017 to support CKDC!
RSVP to this link if you intend to be there.
CPK has pledged to donate 20% of proceeds that day back to CKDC, just be sure to mention CKDC when ordering! We look forward to seeing you there.
Support CKDC artist Sam Gaitsch in her final Masters thesis performance at Washington University!
She along with classmates Heather Himes and Mariko Kumanomido will each present 30-minute works on the Edison Theatre stage. This is a very special event, as these three women comprise the first cohort of Washington University's inaugural MFA in Dance program.
General admission. Free and open to the public!
CKDC and Bboy Fly Raii are at it again for our Fifth Annual Beat Kill Jam. This is a community and cultural event showcasing the many talented street dancers in our community. For more information, visit our Facebook page for the event!
CKDC students are proud to perform at The Kranzberg Arts Center, where CKDC is Artist in Residence. This concert features all youth and teen dancers as well as performances by the CKDC Jr Jr and Junior Companies! Choreographed by Artistic Director Arica Brown and CKDC Educators. Purchase your tickets in our shop!
Consuming Kinetics Dance Company is proud to perform Circum[stance] by Resident Artist Olivia Perez at the 18th Annual St. Louis Dance Festival. See other great performances presented by Aalim, Arts in Motion, Ashleyliane Dance Company, Dance Hipnotique, Dances of India, Dimensions Dance Company, Metro Dance Company, Midwest Ballet Theatre, Missouri River Cloggers, Slaughter Project and Wei Dance Arts. Advance tickets are available for $15 but increase to $20 at the door. Advance tickets available at eventbrite.com!
CKDC is currently seeking one male and one female movement artist for the remainder of our 2017 season with interest in continuing for the 2018 season. Please arrive early to complete the audition application and come prepared with your headshot and resume. Audition fee is $10.
CKDC's Spring Dance Concert, [re] Define, features the work of Artistic Director, Arica Brown along with Resident Choreographers Olivia Perez, Sam Gaitsch, Madison DeWitt and Guest Choreographers, Kam N. Saunders and Lynn Bobzin. Showtimes are Friday, March 31 at 8:00p.m. Saturday, April 1 at 8:00p.m. and Sunday, April 2 at 6:00p.m. Tickets are $20 and are available in our Shop!
Your favorite CKDC instructors are back again this year, just in time for Valentine's Day to take the kid's off your hands for a night! Bring them in and enjoy a date night out, or a quiet night in as we entertain the kids with special dance classes, craft activities, a movie, and food! So mark your calendars and make your reservations now!
Join Consuming Kinetics Dance Company for our Second Annual Drinks with Dancers Fundraiser!
Saturday, January 28th from 6-9 pm, CKDC invites you to our studio, not to dance but to drink! Meet our dancers and educators, have a drink, and sample some food. We will be offering CKDC merchandise, launching our new membership program, and previewing a new work for our spring concert, [re]define throughout the evening.
Doors and Registration opens at 3:30p.m. Audition starts promptly at 4:00p.m. Late arrivers will not be considered, but they are still welcome to take the audition. Dancers should come prepared with a headshot and CV or resume. Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text us at (314) 546-1477. Mark yourself as going on the Facebook event here.
CKDC's Fall Dance Concert, Take Root, is an exploration on themes of growth and progress. Join Artistic Director, Arica Brown as well as Resident Choreographers Sam Gaitsch, Kelsey Keil, Ashreale McDowell, Carly Niehaus and Olivia Perez with Guest Choreographers Belle Jessen and Rafael Tillery for an evening of concert dance.
Can you believe it? We've been in our new home for a year now! Come celebrate with us!
Enjoy an evening of music, snacks, drinks, and great company. Refreshments provided, but donations are always welcome!
Lastly, you won't want to miss our sneak-peek, live-preview of our fall concert, "Take Root!"
For all details, CLICK HERE.
This summer, Consuming Kinetics Dance Company is excited to partner with some of our talented colleagues in dance education to present the first in what we are hoping will become an annual dance weekend, The St. Louis Barre Crawl! June 25-26, the following five studios will be hosting classes in a variety of techniques to give you a chance to sample styles you may have never thought you'd love, or maybe styles you'd been waiting to try but never quite committed! Well now is the time, join all of these great studios:
Belly Dance with Nisaa
Big Muddy Dance Company
Consuming Kinetics Dance Company
Gateway Flex Studios ft. Alicia Sunshine & Beyond Measure Dance Company
Mark your calendars and stay excited, because your ticket, while getting you into all these studio's great class options, also entitles you to discounts and promotions around St. Louis! These promotions will be announced here within the Facebook event, so keep checking back with us, and purchase your ticket for a full list of what you can take advantage of! Restaurants, bars, breweries, and some great raffle items up for grabs with each ticket purchase.
We have three ticket options for you depending on your personal schedules, available for purchase at all our participating studios:
Saturday Pass - $50
Sunday Pass - $50
Two-Day Pass - $90
*Please note: Tickets are limited!! Due to our studio's capacities and available times, we will need to cap our ticket sales to ensure all ticket holders can attend a class during each time block. Make sure you buy your tickets early!
For the full schedule, click here:
We can't wait to share this exciting weekend with you to bring together dance lovers from all techniques.
CKDC's Spring Dance Concert, Footholds and Foundations, debuts new work by resident Choreographers Arica Brown, Sam Gaitsch, Kelsey Keil, and Olivia Perez and welcomes new guest artist work by Lynn M. Bobzin and Kam Saunders. Footholds and Foundations explores the ideas of support and its many identities.