Larry Keigwin and Nicole Wolcott founded Keigwin + Company in 2003, and in this short period of time the company has grown its repertoire as well as its reputation. Theatrical, witty, and never afraid to cross the boundaries, K+Co. consistently engages audiences with its down-to-earth images and cohesive movement structures. With his large-scale beach-themed Bolero, Keigwin shows his penchant for not taking the classics too seriously. In a different mood, his pieces Runaway and Triptych display a clean elegance in his use of stillness and motion.
Keigwin has been commissioned by many important organizations to create choreography, such as Works & Process at the Guggenheim Museum, New York City Ballet’s Choreographic Institute, and The Martha Graham Dance Company. He was responsible for staging Fashion’s Night Out: The Show, which opened Fashion Week 2010, and has choreographed Tales of the City at the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and the new off-Broadway production of RENT. The recipient of grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Harkness Foundation for Dance, among others, K + C continues to perform regularly in some of the best venues in America, such as the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, New York City Center, The Joyce Theater, and the American Dance Festival.
Keigwin + Company Information
- Public Transportation: Varies by venue
- Handicapped Accessibility: Depends on venue
- Performances/Programs: Approximately 100 performances per year
- Ticket Prices: Prices very widely depending on event, venue, date, and seating selection
- Membership: Friend ($100–$249); Partner ($250–$499); Associate ($500–$999); Sponsor ($1,000–$2,499); Innovator ($2,500–$4,999); and Benefactor ($5,000 +). Member benefits are tiered with every member receiving invitations to special events throughout the year and a subscription to the e-newsletter
- Other Benefits: At the Sponsor Level ($1,000–$2,499) member receive an invitation to watch a company class, and at the Innovator Level ($2,500–$4,999) members receive an invitation to a private rehearsal and lunch with Larry Keigwin.