KAIROS Dance Theater is committed to utilizing dance to inspire, empower, and build connections; aims to empower dancers and non-dancers alike to tell their stories; and engages with the issues most important to them and their communities. We are passionate about giving our audiences and students the tools they need to bring clarity and meaning to movement. KAIROS has extensive experience working with movers of all ages and abilities and is available to lead classes, workshops, and residencies for youth and adults — dancers (beginner to professional) and non-dancers, including youth labeled as at-risk. Be sure to contact us to receive all of our e-news about upcoming residencies, classes, and other outreach initiatives. Find out how to book KAIROS workshops and residencies at your school or organization.
Some of our most recent and notable outreach initiatives include:
- Residing currently at Medicine Wheel Productions as Dance Company in Residence, teaching and performing with youth labeled as at-risk from South Boston, Dorchester and Roxbury.
- Leading a week-long residency at Roger Williams University teaching Master Classes and incorporating RWU students into a performance with the company.
- Teaching a day-long workshop at the Newton Country Day School where over 80 students took 3 different master classes and participated in a Question and Answer session.
- Residing at URBANO Project over the course of six months, collaboratively creating an evening-length production with 16 teenagers.
- Setting choreography as Guest Artists on students of the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, The Cambridge School of Weston, The Northfield Mount Hermon School and others.