What we see why we see (2012)@Dance Place, Washington, D.C.
"...moments that are revelatory, but fleeting and more occasional than most people would like to admit. I like immensely that you created those moments-where we could see you and you us-clearly in a staged performance where the stage was an environment that seemed to me to represent the shadowy nature of our awareness of the objects and people in our everyday lives." - Dan Eades
, "... I suspect that the performance itself is sort of a glass. With the audience seeing the performance through the glass (or lens) of their immediate awareness (or lack thereof) and minds and histories and experiences and the performers presenting themselves through their performance amidst staging that serves as almost a camouflage of their movement and their selves. But that camouflage serves to highlight moments of connection. And to remind everyone of the value of those moments, the moments, perhaps, we live for. " - Dan Eades