HERE ARE SOME QUOTES AND LINKS:
Igal Perry's Conflicted Terrain is "a beautiful metaphor for how deeply and intimately a dancer or a choreographer can become with a piece of music and the performance of it — as if there’s no real demarcation where the music ends and the dance begins."
- Karen Shapiro, WetPaint Journal
Enzo Celli's I'm Here is "a spoken narrative, at once poetic and gripping, (which) tells of the 'three deaths' experienced in the concentration camps. The cumulative effect of words and movement is fascinating and the work resonates deeply."
- Oberon's Grove
Dance Magazine contributor Charmaine Warren writes of Ohad Naharin's "Mabul" (an excerpted duet) "This perfectly timed duet meets each dancer where they are and shows their individual techniques in performing—ahh, but this is what Naharin does best, molds the work to each dancer."
Photos: rehearsals with Dwight Rhoden and Sidra Bell (by Meghan Rose Murphy)