Gravel Works in the Space In Between - Seattle Dances reviews Usually Beauty Fails Jan 29, 2014

by Erin

"The movement is similarly many things at once—a disjointed staccato became a buttery flow that the dancers executed with perfect control of tension and release. The phrases seemed to constantly fall in unexpected directions, only to rebound from gravity with a full body launch. The movement felt like ballet crossed with contact improv crossed with a drunken orangutan—in the best possible way."

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