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PRESS RELEASES

For press and media inquiries, please contact RMK Programs & Communications Director Mary Carbonara. For booking, please contact Jordan Wanderer.

Robert Moses’ KIN Announces Guest Choreographers Natasha Adorlee, Khala Brannigan and Robert Kelly Join the Collaborative Team for World Premier of "New Legacies: One Act Dances"

February 1, 2024

Robert Moses’ KIN today announces the guest choreographers for New Legacies: One Act Dances, the collaborative triptych among three choreographers, three composers, three writers, and a cast of 16 dancers. They are Natasha Adolree, Khala Brannigan and Robert S. Kelly II. The exceptional team of artists will come together for the first time, to create a work composed around the challenging moment we find ourselves in regarding a growing global impulse toward educational suppression, caste restriction, and censorship.

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Robert Moses’ KIN Announces its San Francisco Season Featuring the World Premiere of "New Legacies: One Act Dances"

January 18, 2024

New Legacies: One Act Dances is the 29th explosive season of Robert Moses’ KIN, the never-predictable San Francisco institution, that continues to push boundaries, create culture, and shape art. New Legacies: One Act Dances is a full evening of original live music,
dance, and theater. The evening features a collaborative triptych among three choreographers, three composers, three writers, and a cast of 16 dancers coming together for the first time, to create a work composed around the challenged moment we find ourselves in regarding a growing global impulse toward educational suppression, cast restriction, and censorship.

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Robert Moses’ KIN presents 28th Annual Home Season

January 13, 2023

Celebrating its 28th season, the San Francisco-based Robert Moses’ KIN (RMK) known for eclectic movement vocabulary, demanding choreography, ferocious dancing, and provocative themes, today announced its 2023 Annual Home Season. Performing a
program of works choreographed entirely by Artistic Director Robert Moses, RMK returns to the Presidio Theatre with a World Premiere, a West Coast premiere, and a revival of one of Moses’ classical works.

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Robert Moses’ KIN Announces its San Francisco Season Featuring Live Performances of The Soft Solace of a Slightly Descended Lost Life (Suck It)
February 11, 2022

Robert Moses’ KIN today announced the company’s return to live indoor performance with its San Francisco season, featuring The Soft Solace of a Slightly Descended Lost Life (Suck It), an immersive performance focused on the fractured heritage, risk, and theft of solace and safety from everyday life, April 1, 2 and 3 at the recently renovated and beautifully reopened Presidio Theatre Performing Arts Center in San Francisco.
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Robert Moses’ Kin 25th Announces the Company Premiere of the new film, The Soft Solace of a Slightly Descended Lost Life (Suck It)
July 9, 2021

Robert Moses’ KIN announces the Company premiere of its latest digital creation entitled, The Soft Solace of a Slightly Descended Lost Life (Suck It), on Friday, July 23 at Joe Goode Annex in San Francisco. This new work, RMK’s most ambitious video project to date, focuses on the fractured heritage, risk, and the theft of solace and safety from everyday life. 
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Robert Moses’ Kin 25th Announces The Vital Heart of SF: Robert Moses’ KIN Market Street Residency
May 13, 2021

Robert Moses’ KIN today announced The Vital Heart of SF: Robert Moses’ KIN Market Street Residency, a new in-person creative residency at the National Historic Landmark Flood Building, with viewable rehearsals taking place in the ground-floor retail space (formerly occupied by The Gap) across from the Powell and Market Cable Car turnaround. 
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Robert Moses’ Kin with Spark* SF Public Schools Announces For Our Students, For Our Schools
April 13, 2020

Multiple award-winning San Francisco dance company Robert Moses’ Kin today announced they have turned their efforts toward supporting the San Francisco Unified School District’s students and their families with the premiere of the short dance film, For Our Students, For Our Schools.
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