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Thursday and Friday evenings in August

Throughout the month of the August, enjoy free performances from Charlotte Street Foundation’s 2017-18 performing artists who are finishing up their year in the Studio Residency Program. Performances are free and open to the public at Charlotte Street Foundation’s brand new performing arts venue on Broadway Blvd!

You are encouraged to bring your friends and colleagues to these experimental performances, showcasing some of the best and most cutting-edge work that is currently being made by Kansas City artists within arts community. From poetry readings, live music, dance productions to theatrical performances, you will be sure to find an event that interests you.

Schedule of Performances:

Sunday, August 5 at 6:30 PM
Daniel Hogans, Sheri Hall and Jessica Ayala
Join Charlotte Street Studio residents Jessica Ayala, Sheri Hall, and Daniel Hogans for an evening of sunset jazz and poetry.

Thursday, August 9 at 7:30 PM
Mazzy Mann
MX.MRS will be performing in part her album, PAGLIACCI. The album explores stylings of down-tempo vaudeville, jazz, trip-hop, neo-soul, and avant-garde anachronism with themes grappling with identity, validation, queerness, and the pursuit to rise above society’s irrational norms. Expect other performances from CXPA, X Wilson and Austin G Glassco.

Thursday, August 16 at 7:30 PM
Madison Mae Parker
Join Madison Mae Parker and Mariah Lanae Boothe for “Glitter Trash,” an evening of poetry, movement, fabric, and glitter, as we question what beauty is, what is femininity, and how do we survive in this world wielding both.

Sunday, August 19 at 6:30 PM
Danielle Hennerberg and Karan Karla Aron
Karla Aron and Tim Metz team up to form The Mason Dixons for an evening of home grown Alternative Americana titled “Switching Sides.” Toe-tapping guitar and piano feature in this savory mix of original songs that will fill you up and get you humming. Danielle Hennerberg’s “A Night on Composition Street” combines elements of Jazz, Blues, and Rock to bring together Kansas City’s roots in Jazz and its future as a musical destination for popular artists

Thursday, August 23 at 7:30 PM 
Jason Zeh
Jason’s current work engages with his academic research into queer theory, feminist theory, and media and sound studies and is primarily focused on sound and performance using hardware hacking and creative coding as ways of creating interactive social encounters that address the ways communication technologies both facilitate and disrupt human connection.

Sunday, August 26 at 6:30 PM 
Leo Gayden
Check out Charlotte Street’s new performance space as Leo Gayden performs an original dance piece. Leo Gayden has made a name for himself in KC as a dancer on the stage and the streets.

Event Details
When

Thursday and Sunday evenings throughout August!

Where

(1664 Broadway Blvd., KCMO)

07/11/2018 12:00:00 07/11/2018 12:00:00 UTC Studio Residency Performance Series

Throughout the month of the August, enjoy free performances from Charlotte Street Foundation’s 2017-18 performing artists who are finishing up their year in the Studio Residency Program. Performances are free and open to the public at Charlotte Street Foundation’s brand new performing arts venue on Broadway Blvd!

You are encouraged to bring your friends and colleagues to these experimental performances, showcasing some of the best and most cutting-edge work that is currently being made by Kansas City artists within arts community. From poetry readings, live music, dance productions to theatrical performances, you will be sure to find an event that interests you.

Schedule of Performances:

Sunday, August 5 at 6:30 PM
Daniel Hogans, Sheri Hall and Jessica Ayala
Join Charlotte Street Studio residents Jessica Ayala, Sheri Hall, and Daniel Hogans for an evening of sunset jazz and poetry.

Thursday, August 9 at 7:30 PM
Mazzy Mann
MX.MRS will be performing in part her album, PAGLIACCI. The album explores stylings of down-tempo vaudeville, jazz, trip-hop, neo-soul, and avant-garde anachronism with themes grappling with identity, validation, queerness, and the pursuit to rise above society’s irrational norms. Expect other performances from CXPA, X Wilson and Austin G Glassco.

Thursday, August 16 at 7:30 PM
Madison Mae Parker
Join Madison Mae Parker and Mariah Lanae Boothe for “Glitter Trash,” an evening of poetry, movement, fabric, and glitter, as we question what beauty is, what is femininity, and how do we survive in this world wielding both.

Sunday, August 19 at 6:30 PM
Danielle Hennerberg and Karan Karla Aron
Karla Aron and Tim Metz team up to form The Mason Dixons for an evening of home grown Alternative Americana titled “Switching Sides.” Toe-tapping guitar and piano feature in this savory mix of original songs that will fill you up and get you humming. Danielle Hennerberg’s “A Night on Composition Street” combines elements of Jazz, Blues, and Rock to bring together Kansas City’s roots in Jazz and its future as a musical destination for popular artists

Thursday, August 23 at 7:30 PM 
Jason Zeh
Jason’s current work engages with his academic research into queer theory, feminist theory, and media and sound studies and is primarily focused on sound and performance using hardware hacking and creative coding as ways of creating interactive social encounters that address the ways communication technologies both facilitate and disrupt human connection.

Sunday, August 26 at 6:30 PM 
Leo Gayden
Check out Charlotte Street’s new performance space as Leo Gayden performs an original dance piece. Leo Gayden has made a name for himself in KC as a dancer on the stage and the streets.

(1664 Broadway Blvd., KCMO) Charlotte Street Foundation wes@5alldesign.com

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