Secrecy in the Snow, Followed by Desire in the Fleshmore...
by JOHN ROCKWELL for the new York Times
Both women are interested in the kind of theatrical dance wherein narrative is implied but never specified, and both give every evidence of having thought deeply and fruitfully about their intentions. To this taste, neither quite manages to communicate to fully satisfying effect on the intuitive, emotional plane to which dance is so well suited. But both women's dances are so smart and so well executed and so full of stimulating invitations for thought that the evening is still well worth attending.
published: March 3, 2006