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05/13/2019

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KJ Dahlaw

Lipstick, Lumberjacks, Losers and Leapfrogs was delightful. Felt like a big, queer sleepover. It was easy to drop in with the performers. Transitions were exciting. Loved the use of space and stage design. Great show.

Todd Courage

Multiple moving slices of life cohered by flawless transitions

Jill Randall

Love
Duets
Eye contact
Laughter
Babies adding to the conversation
Humor in transitions

There were so many moments I loved and appreciated. Looking back on the performance, one week ago, I am thinking about the commitment to the duet form. The presence and play of each of the cast members. I can scan through the series of duets, and find a potent moment/image in each and every one, to keep holding onto.

Thank you to Andrew and to Shaunna for bringing people together last weekend, for offering levity, for showing love, and for choreography with big movement and big possibilities.

Rebecca

True heart. Truthful minds. Truth to power. I absolutely adored the way the show built up, fell apart, commented on itself, challenged me in my own identity and allowed dancers to shine like diamonds. Thank you.

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