soloist. There were two performances each evening. In what seemed and equal objective in sharping the
experience, the audience is choreographed, and we move from area to area: First, seated around the padded floor, we are very close to the dancers when they tangle and untangle through a series of structured improvisations; for the second, we stand, lean or sit as voyeurs keenly observing the dancers seated on benches move from gesture to gesture in silence; and for the third we change to our own benches to watch the dancers in all white, traverse the space with sequence after sequence that show their skill in the dance. Without doubt, the stars of the evening were the dancers, Rashaun Mitchell, Silas Riener, Asli Bulbul, Jennifer Lafferty, Pierre Guilbault and Christopher Ralph who are exquisite dancers no matter the context.