Join RubiX for three unique, interactive explorations on September 13 (Regard), October 11 (Reform) and November 15 (Restore) 7-9pm.
Can you clean the slate without settling accounts?
Reckoncile, RubiX’s fall residency at 21c Kansas City, grapples with this question. This multidisciplinary, site-specific performance series invites audiences to immerse themselves in thoughts and emotions that often go unsaid. Whether in intimate partnership or in our environment and society, everyone inflicts pain and experiences suffering. So, what then? Join RubiX for three unique, interactive explorations on September 13 (Regard), October 11 (Reform) and November 15 (Restore).
This performance is free and open to the public.
RubiX breaks creators out of disciplinary silos while bridging the gap between audience and performers. We are a performance outlet that brings musicians, dancers, visual artists and writers together to collaborate on transformative events. This ever-changing platform is rearrangeable to space, theme, media and content with a rotating talent pool, grounded by its founding six members: Haley Kostas, Conner Giles, Sarah Magill, Teresa Leggard, David Steele Overholt and Johnny Dawbarn.
Photo by Emma N Provin
Support for this work is provided by a Rocket Grants project award, a program of the Charlotte Street Foundation and the University of Kansas Spencer Museum of Art. Funding is provided by the Andy Warhol Foundation of the Visual Arts.