Thursday, August 1st - Saturday, August 4th
Track One | Flamingo Cocktail Club | Royal Circus
In its second year, Kindling Arts Festival remains committed to fulfilling its mission of empowering diverse local performers with the space and supporting resources to take daring creative risks and explore challenging ideas. The 4-day line-up features adventurous work ranging from abstract performance art to a showcase for emerging female choreographers, with artistic expressions including dance, theatre, circus, performance art, immersive happenings, and hybrid forms.
Want to explore multiple events in the Festival? We want that too! Create a full adventure with the Wildfire Weekend Pass and see everything for only $75. Or choose a Triple Play pass for just $38 to see your favorite genre or work - Dance, Theatre, or Performance Art. If you'd like ultimate flexibility, consider an 8-ticket or 4-ticket Flex Pass that will allow you to divide your tickets among the ticketed events however you choose!
Saturday, Aug 3rd at 8PM + Sunday, Aug 4th at 4PM
The Garage at Track One
$15 in advance / $20 at the door
Explore the rhythms of connection and community with Suspended Gravity’s latest knockout aerial-dance performance. Set to an electronica-inspired soundtrack, Wavelength utilizes the flow of a single day to reflect moments of commonality, joy, and loneliness in the midst of the bustle of modern urban life. The evening promises a range of dynamic emotions and physical feats as each performer creates a universal message through their personal strength on aerial apparatus.
Thursday, Aug 1st at 10PM + Friday, Aug 2nd at 9PM
Flamingo Cocktail Club
Obsession is an immersive site-specific dance-theatre experience that will provoke questions about your own preoccupations and desires. Acclaimed directors Stacie Flood-Popp & Cailin Manning collaborate on a wholly unique event utilizing the grounds of the Flamingo Cocktail Club that reveals what makes us weak in the knees and surrender to that place beyond curiosity. Whether for a moment or a lifetime, obsessions -- as small or grandiose as they might be -- forever alter us for better or worse. What are the limits of your obsession? Or is that obsession an addiction?