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Kerry Kincy to Work with Guilford Unified Sports

GreenStage is bringing dancer and expressive arts consultant Kerry Kincy back to Guilford this spring for Devotion to Motion—a residency with the Guilford Public Schools' Unified Sports program. She'll lead three afternoon classes for approximately 40 high-school-age Unified Sports participants and their peers, on Tuesdays April 30, May 7 and May 14. The classes, beginning at 2:30 p.m. each day in the Guilford High School auxiliary gym, are for Guilford Unified Sports participants only, but the public is welcome to drop by and observe.

A core New Haven Ballet faculty member and community advocate, Kerry led three wonderful VisABLE Dance classes and a performance for people with a wide range of physical, cognitive and emotional abilities as part of the 2023 GreenStage Live Arts festival. In 2021 she was named a Connecticut Arts Hero and a 100 Women of Color honoree; her work as director of the Free Center community space in Middletown is central to her commitment to bring expressive arts into all populations—especially those traditionally under-served and invisible.

Kerry employs the vocabulary, tools and transformative power of dance to joyfully bolster individuals' self-awareness, self-expression and self-esteem; to build physical skills; and to enhance group connection, collaboration and cohesion—especially in differently abled communities in such places as schools, colleges, cities and towns, residential Alzheimer's programs, hospitals, correctional facilities and veterans' PTSD programs.

We're proud to welcome Kerry back, thanks to the generous support of GFFE, the Guilford Fund for Education!


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