Kinesis Project dance theatre, Vashon Center for the Arts, John C. Robinson and Laurie Geissinger present a special performance treasure hunt on Vashon Island.
Kinesis Project is known in NYC and Seattle for creating large-scale and surprisingly intimate dances in unusual spaces. Choreographer Melissa Riker has placed three sections of the company’s newest work, Search(Light) in three beautifully different, undisclosed Vashon Island locations.
Guests will begin their dance adventure at VCA, and will be given a map to find each performance location.
At each site, dancers will invite interactions, play with perspective, and use light to create connections. Audience members will experience Kinesis Project’s signature blend of surprise, delight, adventure, and introspection.
At the final location, guests who have purchased the picnic dinner will be offered picnic boxes and wine from a collector’s cellar.
Please arrive at the Heron Meadow by 5:15pm.
August 22 at 5:30
$35 for the Heron Meadow only performance
$75 to see all 3 outdoor performances but no dinner
$125 to see all 3 outdoor performances with a picnic dinner at the last location
Groups of 4 or more can receive a 10% discount via the VCA Box Office
Wednesday-Sunday 12noon – 5pm – 206.259.3007
ABOUT THE HERON MEADOW
Along the east side of the VCA campus lies the Heron Meadow. This two-acre wetland forms part of the eastern headwaters of Judd Creek, our islands’ largest salmon-bearing creek. In 2019, Vashon Center for the Arts and Vashon Nature Center created a partnership to restore this wetland meadow to become a sanctuary for native wildlife and a demonstration site for how to enhance wildlife habitat. It is also a field-based office for Vashon Nature Center and a community gathering spot where the confluence of science, art, and community can thrive in nature!