Read the Full Review of our 2010 Fringe Festival Appearance here.
excerpt from Review of the Fringe Festival in the Mountain Xpress:
The most successful piece of the evening was TBD, by the dance group Moving Women. The group really pushed itself and the audience into new territory, quite literally. At the top of the show, the dancers came out and had audience participants choose items from a trunk to inspire a work they would immediately begin creating while the rest of the show continued. They returned before intermission to show what they had started, and then had audience members choose three different changes (written on pieces of paper in a basket) they would then apply to the choreography process. In the second half of the show, the dancers returned with costume pieces and music options for the audience to choose, and finally arrived onstage to perform the newly created work to music they heard for the first time while they danced. TBD put the dancers in a vulnerable, hardworking state, and allowed the audience to participate and become invested in the process as well as the outcome, which was surprisingly elegant and polished for such a short gestation period.
-Lucia Del Vecchio on 01/28/2010
More reviews to come!
“I cannot do without the other; I cannot become myself without the other;
I must find myself in the other, finding the other in me.”(Mikhail Bakhton)