After every performance, the audience exits into a space where a couple of Guestbooks are laid out. Some people write in them; some don’t. Some send emails which are then taped into the books.
- Brutally beautiful - love the cast (Kathleen Smith)
- I beheld a dialogue between a sincere admiration and critique of the confines of classical ballet. I enjoyed the hypnotic and humour of it. The dancing was beautiful. (Henry Sansom)
- Hillar - Here is the thing about all of your work. It’s like sitting at one of the finest restaurants and being blindfolded. There is always an anticipation, an openness, a willingness for surprise. Willingness, anticipation of the unknown. The rigorous discipline, the commitment, the definition of movement and the lines that those girls committed themselves to. It was lush and encoded. (Cheryl Daniels)
- I loved your show last night. It was truly a wonderful experience. Totally engaging and smart and beautiful and harsh, in the best way - so dark and original and witty. You are doing dance but you are commenting on dance. You really are avant-garde in the true and best sense of the word. Questioning the form as you work within it, you are thus also outside it. (Sky Gilbert)
- What you made those girls do on stage was filthy ... and beautiful. Every time that brunette was at the front of the stage, slowly lunging down, then slowly rising up, I couldn’t help but blush. I spent the afternoon watching World Cup soccer, and the evening’s performance led me to a meditation on the fierce beauty of the ideal human form - the soccer boys and your ballet girls odd, but apt, counterparts. Both graceful and ruthless. Thank you for once again wrenching me out of my mundane routine and surroundings, and deliciously confusing my senses. (Clarissa DeYoung)
- It was such a treat to see something that was so acutely beautiful in so many ways. (Lauren)