Several emerging dance artists put their work on display this weekend as part of the ongoing Kinetic Kitchen series at Patrick’s Cabaret in Minneapolis.
Sarah LaRose-Holland is the series organizer/producer, and her company Kinetic Evolutions performs a repertory work, “A Touch of Sass,” along with a short dance film and a sextet featuring a coterie of new young dancers.
Local dance artist Cade Holmseth premieres “Just One More. Money.” The work takes a choreographed look at our current recession, how artists are faring and how tough times engendered a greater sense of community.
Jennifer Glaws and her company Jagged Moves present “Loosing … finding sight,” a quartet that explores how sense of touch becomes dominant during blindness. “Strung along by my bones” is reportedly a dynamic dance-to-music piece that takes a journey of discovery.
The Phipps Dance Company, a youth performing group from Hudson, Wis., braves the cold to perform “In The Upper Room,” not Twyla Tharp’s iconic piece merging sneakers and toe shoes, but a lyrical exploration of grace. “Falling Slowly” examines the kinetic process of falling in love.
8 p.m. today and Saturday at Patrick’s Cabaret, 3010 Minnehaha Ave., Minneapolis; $8-$10; 612-721-3595; tickets@ PatricksCabaret.org.