Martha Connerton / Kinetic Works
MARTHA CONNERTON Director of Kinetic Works Dance, has performed with ballet and modern dance companies in New York, Minneapolis, Louisville, Seattle and toured internationally. She has choreographed over 80 works for ballet, modern dance, opera, musical theater, film, TV, commercials and
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KINETYX Dance Ensemble: Active Learning Performances
NOTE: This program is also available in video form. The fee for a virtual option performance is only $350. We will provide you with a link to the youtube video upon payment for the program. This will continue even after the COVID pandemic has resolved for schools who have budgetary restrictions that prohibit live performances.
KINETYX ENSEMBLE: Active Learning Performances 45-60 minute... View more
Online virtual option is available from September through July. Live performances are available February through June.
Daytime for in-school shows. Evenings for family events. Weekends for festivals. We recommend two shows per day with grades K-2 and 3-5 at elementary. Separate grades 6-7 and 7-8 for Middle.
Virtual performances can be conducted at any time as we will send you a link to the performance.
Multipurpose room/gym/stage. Tech: PA System with cordless or lapel microphone, dressing area, outlets.
Schools, libraries, community centers, theaters
Program Fees for 2019-20 (Travel/Lodging included in all fees) KINETYX Dance Ensemble: Active Learning Performances In Charlotte Area One show per day $950 Two shows per day $1550.
Virtual video performance: $350.
Payment can be made on our website: www.mckineticworks.org. Use the donate button and add $10 for service charges. You can also send a check to: MC Kinetic Works, 1609 Nassau Blvd. Charlotte, NC. 28205
Outside Charlotte Area (travel and lodging included) One show per day $1150 Two shows per day $1850. 4-10 shows per week $850/show
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Written notice two weeks prior to engagement. Full payment of fee required if two week notification is not received. Postponement or cancellation due to weather or acts of God, a make-up date will be scheduled if possible.