Dance Kaleidoscope performances at the IRT


Dance Kaleidoscope is Indiana's longest dancing professional contemporary dance company since 1972.

Learn more about DK here.

School groups should contact Lynne Webster at 317.940.8459.

Barnes & Thornburg LLP presents

(20th Anniversary production)
October 23-26, 2014 • OneAmerica Stage at IRT

This full-evening production is Dance Kaleidoscope's most iconic piece from the repertoire. Originally choreographed for the company's 1994-95 season, this powerful piece remains a favorite with audiences and the dancers. With fine choreography by David Hochoy, artistic costumes by Barry Doss and breath-taking lighting by Laura Glover, Carmina Burana is a theatrical event. The concert will also include pieces performed by the Indianapolis School of Ballet and Indiana University.



December 4-14, 2014 • Upperstage Stage at IRT

This colorful Dance Kaleidoscope concert is full of familiar songs that are given surprising twists through dance. Act one (There's No Business like Show Business) showcases well-loved Broadway tunes. DK Artisitc Director David Hochoy has selected music from classic Broadway composers for this entertaining piece. Songs include Some Enchanted Evening, Drive a Person Crazy and Send in the Clowns.

Act Two (The Best of Super Soul) is the creation of three choreographers, each selecting their favorite Motown songs to create dances for DK. The mood shifts from funny to tender to sexy, and the DK dancers will blow you away in this powerful performance.

DK Celebrates the Music of Ray Charles and Ella Fitzgerald
March 26-29, 2015 • OneAmerica Stage at IRT

DK is bringing an evening of jazz music and new choreography just in time for the holiday season. Choreographers David Hochoy and Nick Owens will create a celebration of the music of two beloved jazz icons.


May 14-17, 2015 • OneAmerica Stage at IRT

Dance Kaleidoscope will present the works of several choreographers who are changing the dance world. This concert will showcase four very different movement styles, including a new piece created for Dance Kaleidoscope by Brock Clawson. DK was honored to receive a grant from the NEA for Mr. Clawson's choreography. The other choreographers are Stephanie Martinez Bennitt, Keisha Lalama and Lucy Bowen McCauley.