FRIDAY 19 April: start time 6pm  
SATURDAY 20 April matinee: start time 11am 
SATURDAY 20 April: start time 6pm 

Kinetic Connections

A celebration of movement and story through dance. 

Kinetic Connections is a celebration of movement and story through dance. From seaside Colombia to the far north of India to the streets of Tokyo, this immersive new performance explores the connections we share across cultures and histories.

Dancers Risa Muramatsu Ray, Maira Rodriguez and Nova A Chowdhury, along with videographer Ursula Woods and stage designer, Edith Perrenot, have come together to collaborate on this performance which is designed for people of all ages to enjoy.

Kinetic Connections incorporates traditional cultural dances, contemporary interpretations and videos to collectively tell a triumphant  story about the willpower of women to be strong and free.

Join us at Moonah Arts Centre one hour before the performance begins for light refreshments, provided by locally-based caterers.


All events held at the Moonah Arts Centre 


Friday 19 April: Doors open 5pm for 6pm show
Saturday 20 April matinee: Doors open 10am for an 11am show
Saturday 20 April: Doors open 5pm for 6pm show

Register to attend for FREE


This show is suitable for all ages and we welcome everybody to attend. Moonah Arts Centre is wheelchair accessible and we will have suitable seating arrangements for anyone who uses mobility aids. Please let us know if you have any accessibility requirements (such as hearing loop, wheelchair access, etc) when you reserve your seat. It is recommended to wear a mask.

Constance ARI works across Country cared for by the Palawa of lutruwita and the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout the so called ‘Australia’, as well as First Nations people from elsewhere, and their deep connection to the lands, skies and waterways over which sovereignty was never ceded.  We pay our respect to all Elders; we are grateful for their continued sharing of knowledge and Culture.

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