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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Partnering technique with Alice & Laurel

Laurel Lawson dives head first into a flip with head and arms reaching under the torso of Alice Sheppard. MANCC / Chris Cameron

UPDATE: This workshop sold out within 24 hours of announcing, thank you for the interest in dancing with us!

The WAITLIST is open, and we will have something special for those on that list no matter what shakes out with workshop participation. So please sign up if you are interested in EVER doing a dance workshop with Kinetic Light. : )


This is your opportunity to learn some of the choreography and partnering developed for DESCENT by Alice Sheppard and Laurel Lawson.  No ramps involved this time!

All disabled dancers and athletes over 18 are encouraged to attend this free two hour workshop. You do not have to be a professional dancer to participate. Please share information about this event to people you think would benefit from the experience.

If you have questions about workshop participation, please reach out directly to Alice via

RSVP early.  Places are limited.


About Kinetic Light: Kinetic Light creates, performs, and teaches at the intersections of disability, dance, and race. The collective’s rigorous investment in the histories, cultures, and artistic work of disabled people and people of color transforms our understandings of the moving world.  Working in the disciplines of art, design, architecture, and social justice, Kinetic Light showcases freedom of movement, revealing how mobility - literal, physical, and conceptual - is fundamental to participation in civic life.

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