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Ellicott City, MD – On Sunday, March 4th, Howard County-based Kinetics Dance
Company unveils BUGGED! an ALL NEW,
original young audiences production.
Join an ensemble of professional
dancers as they creep, crawl, weave, fly, spin, sting, and hatch a captivating
cast of creatures to life! Written and choreographed by Artistic
Director Lauren Tait, BUGGED! will transport
viewers into the hungry bullfrog’s fly-filled bog, a busy, buzzing beehive, the
chrysalis of the contemplative caterpillar, and the web of the bella
Tarantella, just to name a few. Featuring
costumes of original wearable artworks provided by MannequART and MD Fashion
Institute, as well as original poetry, dynamic props, and a delightful musical
compilation including original work by composer Ferdinand Maisel, BUGGED! will
dazzle audiences young and old.
Howard County Conservancy will be onsite to present a Free childrens’ workshop based on the bugs depicted in the show at 2pm. Interactive “Meet the Cast” reception and autograph signing after each show.
BUGGED is part of Kinetics Dance
Theatre’s Annual Family Concert Series, designed to make professional modern
dance accessible to young audiences. Family Concert Series productions
tell stories through dance and are crafted with sophisticated choreography,
imaginative props, and vibrant costumes and music to result in a rich arts
experience for the whole family.
About us: Kinetics Dance Theatre is a non-profit organization devoted to the development of contemporary dance as a vital art form within the community through performance, education, and outreach. KDT houses the professional Kinetics Dance Company, Kinetics School of Contemporary Dance, and four student performing companies. Kinetics Dance Theatre receives support from Howard County Arts Council through a grant from the Howard County Government, the Community Foundation of Howard County, Maryland State Arts Council (on the web at msac.org), and the National Endowment for the Arts.