Dancer/choreographer Maureen Fleming’s highly distinctive style of movement is unforgettable.
Mary Paula Hunter
The result is reminiscent of a Mark Rothko painting — if it was projected through the refracted light of a prism.
Nothing in this over-lengthy work refers to whales, the ocean, or even the fishing industry.
Worse, humor and irony have no place in this show’s version of virtual reality.
What the play lacks in surprise, the Wilbury treatment makes up for in excellent staging, acting, and a commitment to physical theater.
Adventurous, exciting, and thought provoking, Aurea is dedicated to an interdisciplinary vision of the arts.
Dissolution is a mysterious, and constant, element in Diana Al-Hadid’s vision.
Authoritarianism is at its most chilling, at least in the theater, when everyone, the weak and the strong, takes it for granted.
There is an elemental democratic impulse in Todd Oldham’s work: for him, everyone deserves beauty and every outfit deserves to catch the eye.