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KCBC x KCBCII: Summer Series

Klassic Contemporary Ballet Company

Sunday, September 11

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September 11 at 12:00pm

September 11 at 2:00pm

September 11 at 4:00pm


2022 Fringe Festival

1 hr

$20

Cherry Street PierMap

Wheelchair Accessible


KCBC X KCBCII take on their 6th Annual Fringe Festival. KCBC, under the direction of Kimberly D. Landle will present an evening length show exploring a variety of themes. The company returns to the Cherry Street Pier on September 11th with 3 performances and 2 Choreographic World Premiers.

Appropriate for all ages

 

Health & Safety

Audience members may choose to wear masks at this event, but they are not required. Vaccination cards will not be checked.

 

Credits

Director: Kimberly D. Landle-Corbett, Rehearsal Directors: Blythe Smith- Kudlah, Akiko Kyong-McClain, Company Members: Taylor Brown, Kaitlyn Duane, Jessie Farrigan, Violet Giddings, Aubrey Kazimi, Megan Krause, Hailey McCormack, Emily Shellabarger, Promise Smith

Apprentices: Teagan Bittner, Jahzara Jenkins

KCBCII

 

About the Artist

KCBC is one of Philadelphia’s premier contemporary ballet companies. Founded in 2016 by Kimberly D. Landle, the company is currently entering its 7th season. KCBC was founded on the idea of challenging the boundaries of classical ballet. The company and the choreographers try pushing the dancers’ bodies to explore movement that extends past the classical format while continuously exploring and challenging the body to venture in new directions. Klassic Contemporary Ballet Company is committed to creating work that not only engages the body, but truly tries to connect both the dancer and the audience through all emotional, mental, and physical states. Allowing our dancers to tap into their most genuine emotions and making each piece unique to them, all while studying and trying to understand current and past events. Under the direction of Landle the company is creating art that is athletic, dynamic, and emotionally charged all while staying true to the fluidity, grace, and vigorous use of technique in classical ballet.