For all you patrons of the arts out there who happen to be in Kingston – or who will happen to be in Kingston in November – arabesK Dance Collective will be hosting their season on Sunday, November 17 at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts (UWI, Mona) at 6PM.
It is aptly titled Bricolage (from the French le bricolage) which means:
Bricolage (n): the construction or creation of a work from a diverse range of things that happen to be available, or a work created by such a process
It’s like nothing I’ve ever done before. Kyisha Patterson (artistic director) is a brilliantly inventive choreographer, and she constantly pushes her dancers beyond our boundaries. The result is a collection of choreographic works of unparalleled spirit and touching emotion.
I know November is the month of dance seasons, but all the other shows cost more. Really, you’d be saving a fortune just coming to see us dance. Because of course you were already planning to support the Arts. Weren’t you?
If you weren’t, come anyway.
- Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts
- Sunday, November 17
- 6 PM
- $1000 per ticket