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Body of Water

“At times, the angular shapes the dancers took, or the thrusting of their limbs into space, called to mind the trunks and branches of trees washed away by storms, perhaps shoved against eroded stream banks or jagged rock piles. At other moments, the dancers appeared to be following the deep paths of their own watery innards, or flowing along a torrent slightly out of their own control.”

– Lynn Matluck Brooks for thINKingDANCE

 

“Lyricism brings flow to the work, leaving room for solo movement as well as group dynamics. The dancers are invested, displaying the choreography with consistency and grace.”

 

– Katelyn Bobek for phindie

 

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 Photo by Miles Yeung

 

One Dancer, Six Choreographers 

“Brown’s strength as a performer allowed her to fully embody the transitions between each section, switching intention and affect in an instant.”

– Kalila Kingsford Smith, thINKing DANCE

Interview with Courtney Lau, FringeArts Blog

 

Experiment #39 (Dancer / Collaborator)

“Those lucky enough to experience Experiment #39, for all its white coats and pseudo-scientific weirdness, wandering through traffic, lust for you and for life, and tourists’ curious looks, got a taste of one of the Fringe Festival’s quintessential opportunities, as tightly plotted and orchestrated as it was sprawling and unexpected.”

-Alaina Mabaso, The Art Blog