Art should expose what is happening in our communities
Audience responses from our most recent work:
…At the end of the dance I had difficulty clapping, because I just wanted to sit in silence. I also had difficulty getting up of my chair, because I just wanted to sit there and not move for a while. My lack of ability to clap was not because I didn't want to show appreciation for what I had seen, but just that I was so profoundly moved that silence was the only true response for me…I have to sit in silence today and listen again to all that was in your dance.
My husband and I saw your I.Me.You.We. performance Saturday night. The depth of exploration and the pulling out of each dancer's experience was truly courageous and profound. The technical abilities and emotional maturity of the dancers allowed for the deep emotional story to unfold. They held the space for the possibility that audience members could also touch their vulnerability and human capacity for connection and love. Such is the profound gift of the arts and your performance. May this performance continue to touch the lives of people. With deep gratitude for your courage and dedication to dance.
I.Me.You.We. was the most breathtaking and primal interpretive dance I have ever had the privilege of watching. Thank you to everyone involved for your dedication and for your sensitivity in developing this heartfelt work of art.
A beautiful tribute!!! So glad we came to watch. I have held in a lot of emotions and it felt good to release. The journey of cancer is something I wish no one had to experience. I really felt the community support and family during Randy's journey and really felt that tonight as well. Thank you Lacey!