Archive for May, 2010

8 Week Beginner Contemporary Classes

We had our first class of a new 8 week session and everyone did such a fantastic job! Check out the video on youtube. The class registration is now open for people who would like to drop in for only $12! Sign up today kendra@kendrahughes.com

See you next Sunday!

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Rehearsals are fully under way for our production of Eternal Eclipse and we working hard, but we manage to have a little fun while we are at it 😉

Check out the video on youtube:

We hope to see you at the Fringe! Find out who is victorious…. Hilary or Kaylan!

Kendra Hughes

Artistic Director
Kinetic Elements
Tel: 1-905-630-8878
kendra@kineticelementsdance.com
http://www.kineticelementsdance.com

Kinetic Elements Presents:
Eternal Eclipse
As a part of the Toronto Fringe Festival.

Where: Bathurst Street Theatre
736 Bathurst Street, Toronto

When:
Friday, July 2nd 5:15pm
Saturday, July 3rd 7:30pm
Tuesday, July 6th 9pm
Wednesday, July 7th 12pm
Thursday, July 8th 11pm
Saturday, July 10th 5:45pm
Sunday, July 11th 1:45pm

For tickets you can visit http://www.fringetoronto.com or call 416-966-1062.

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Sponsorships

Kinetic Elements couldn’t do what we do without the support of sponsors. This summer Kinetic Elements is happy be a part of the Toronto Fringe Festival. You can be a part too! We are offering space in our program for the Fringe.

Here are some of the sponsorship packages we offer:

Gold Package $300

-Full page ad promoting your business in our program
-Your company name displayed on our sponsorship page with your logo and a link to your site

Silver Package $175

-Half page ad promoting your business in our program
-Your company name displayed on our sponsorship page with your logo and a link to your site

Bronze Package $95

-Quarter page ad promoting your business in our program
-Your company name displayed on our sponsorship page with your logo and a link to your site

Business Listing $35

-A one liner in our program stating your business name, address and phone number

For more information about sponsorships please contact Kendra at kendra@kendrahughes.com

Eternal Eclipse

ETERNAL ECLIPSE explores the stories of the gods and goddesses which inspired the names of the planets orbiting our solar system. Tales of forbidden love, scandal and irresistible power are expressed through the visual narrative of contemporary dance. The dancers create a universe full of exciting movement while recreating kingdoms of legend. Experience space with Kinetic Elements this summer!

Where: Bathurst Street Theatre – 736 Bathurst Street Toronto

When:

Friday, July 2 @ 5:15pm
Saturday, July 3 @ 7:30pm
Tuesday, July 6 @ 9:00pm
Wednesday, July 7 @ 12:00pm
Thursday, July 8 @ 11:00pm
Saturday, July 10 @ 5:45pm
Sunday, July 11 @ 1:45pm

All tickets $10 at the door, or book in advance by calling the Fringe Hotline at 416.966.1062 or online at www.fringetoronto.com
Fringe Passes are also available after June 5, 2010, for more info visit www.fringetoronto.com
For show info please visit www.kineticelementsdance.com

Media Contact:
Kinetic Elements representative: kendra@kineticelementsdance.com, 905-630-8878 or
Fringe representative: fringe@flip-publicity.com,416.533.7710 X231

Matt Marr

A native of Saint John, Matthew has walked the runways of Toronto Alternative Fashion, and has danced for Shawn Desman, Jesse Labelle and Barry Szeto. Matthew is currently studying under the Cadence Mentorship Program.  Past mentors include Linda Garneau, Eryn Waltman, Faye Raux, Lisa Collins, Luther Brown, Leon Blackwood, Tuch and Heather Leslie. Matthew is the winner of Jr.Mr.Dancer at Dancer’s Inc., was a finalist at 5,6,7,8 Worlds, and is the recipient of scholarships to Monsters of Hip Hop, L.A.’s Be Discovered and Dance Magic. Matthew is excited to be working with Kinetic Elements and can’t wait to see you at the Fringe Festival!

Q&A

What is your Favourite Movie?

Donny Darko, LOTR, Beautiful Mind.

Why did you start dancing?

I was put into dancing when I was 3 by my parents. I quickly fell in love with performing, and I loved the challenge of overcoming steps, combinations and tricks that I wasn’t able to take.

What keeps you dancing?

The art and the challenge of dance is a lifelong commitment that would hurt me much more than it would benefit me to give up on. I have come so far, doing something that I love, that I could never stop now.

What has been one great moment in life?

My first dance competition. What a rush! I’ve been chasing that high ever since.

What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?

Music. Dancers. Speakers. The world around me and the world within me.