Drench, 2015. Photo: Lynn Lane

JULY 20-AUGUST 1:  KSD BOOT CAMP:  8 summer technique classes for the advanced/professional contemporary dancer, special low rates.

AUGUST 30:  Performance at Theater District Open House, Zilkha Hall, Hobby Center. Time TBA.

OCTOBER 18:  SUNSET AT WHITE OAK BAYOU.  Times:  5:30pm and 6:15pm.  Reception to follow.  With original music by Brad Sayles, played live by Heights 5 Brass.  Part of the DEEP: Seaspace Project.


"Karen Stokes who comes to mind as an artist tightly tied to Texas. I named Stokes a choreographer of “place” over a decade ago when she created Hometown, her choral/kinetic poem to the Bayou City . . . She is not only the choreographer of Houston but on Houston." 

-Nancy Wozny, "Texas Arts + Culture," May 27, 2015.

"Channel/1836," a dance film and performance, is part of the DEEP: Seapace Project. Photo by Lynn Lane.
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