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Jen Norris

I thought the piece was very strong and well supported by the lighting sound scape and costumes. I was intrigued by the blue makeup streaks that became more evident and eventually infected everyone. There was a fierce feminist feel throughout. The echoing of witch priestess healer goddess at the beginning and the end framed the piece perfectly.
I was moved by the rhythmic clapping sections and moments of punctuation such as three dancers suddenly spread eagle on the floor or the leap into other dancers arms.

Marika Brussel

By far one of the best Contemporary dance performances I've been to in SF. From the choreography to the lighting and the skill of the dancers-- it was wonderful.

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