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Kinetic Cabaret Productions was created in 2017, by wife and wife team The Brides, Faux Pas le Fae and Aurora North, because they realized the need to generate meaningful pathways for underrepresented artists to receive greater visibility and financial success. KCP cultivates creative opportunities and carves out performance spaces for the powerful voices of LGBTQ and female identified artists. Unique and daring Performance Art is produced, drawing from the traditions of Circus & Sideshow, Dance, Storytelling, and Visual Art. It is vital that underrepresented and marginalized voices be centered and empowered. KCP, through shows and workshops, gives these artists platforms to be fierce ambassadors for self acceptance, respect for others, and to promote radical change.

Artistic Directors

The Brides

Faux Pas le Fae & Aurora North


The Brides, Faux Pas le Fae & Aurora North, are an elegant faerie punk duo made of Circus, Sideshow, Dance, and Theatre Of Curiosities. They have been described by critics as "outrageous, boundary-bending, risqué, somewhat incomprehensible, and undeniably entertaining" - Critical Dance. This unstoppable, irreverently adorable couple is a 2 person, 10-in-1 Sideshow of Strong Women Acro, Fire Eating, Aerial, Blockhead, Mental Floss, Human Stapling, Human Pincushion, Mouse Trap, Python Dancing force of nature on a Wedding Bed Of Nails! Known as The Outlaw Clowns of Coney, this powerhouse pair are the Artistic Directors of Kinetic Cabaret Productions, and together produce EAT ME! A Variety Show and Pixie Grit Circus Sideshow. The Brides are produced at venues such as The Box NYC & Soho/London, The Slipper Room, House of YES, Coney Island USA, Bryant Park Dance Festival, Clocktower Cabaret/Denver, The Rivoli/Toronto, One Eyed Jack's/New Orleans, The Southern Sideshow Hootenanny, and have been resident artists with Dixon Place.

Faux Pas le Fae


"The Trigger Warning"

Faux Pas le Fae, aka Arrie Fae Bronson-Davidson, is believed to be the reincarnation of Ruth St. Denis. She is a Transgender Performance Artist, Choreographer,  Host/Comedienne, Writer and Feminist Faerie advocate for social evolution. Faux has studied on scholarship at Pennsylvania Ballet, Gus Giordano Jazz/Chicago, and received her mentorship in Kurt Jooss/Tanztheater under Diana Moore. She received an MFA in Dance and Composition from Sam Houston State University, and a Bachelors in Dance, Anatomy and Kinesiology from Texas Tech University. Major performance credits include Seán Curran Company, Ballet Preljocaj’s “Paysage apres la bataille" at The Joyce, Justin Bond’s House of Whimsy at The Kitchen, The International New York Fringe, HotFest at Dixon Place, and Philly Fringe. Faux teaches and choreographs throughout the country, has served on the Faculty of Houston Ballet Academy and as Director of Education for New York City Ballet. She is a 2015 CUNY Dance Initiative recipient, and a 2016 Jerome Robbins Foundation Artist In Residence Grant at Dixon Place.

Aurora North


"The Little Shit"


Aurora North, aka Meghann Bronson-Davidson, is a Dancer, Performance Artist, and Wellness Practitioner. Aurora received an MFA in Dance Performance and Choreography from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, and a BFA in Dance and Dance Science from York University. Major performance highlights include KineticArchitecture Dance Theatre/Bryant Park Dance Festival, New York International Fringe Festival, The 92Y Harkness Dance Festival, HOTFest at Dixon Place, and Rochester Fringe Festival, as well as PULP/Radio City Music Hall, Michael Clark’s residency/Whitney Museum of American Art 2012 Biennial, and BodyStories Teresa Fellion Dance/Jazz at Lincoln Center. Aurora is also certified in C-I Training (Conditioning With Imagery), created by Donna Krasnow, which incorporates conditioning exercises with visualization and imagery work for neuromuscular re-patterning and mind-body integration. In her daily life, Aurora has dedicated herself to health and wellness, and currently works at a bustling Physical Therapy clinic for dancers.

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