Coverage for When I Was, Qui Je Suis (August 4-6, 2011 at Pacific Theatre)

Granville Online: “Watch as the “universal girl” transitions from a wide-eyed child to lovestruck teenager to self-assured woman in this new contemporary dance work.” “To be honest we never quite got contemporary dance until we started watching SYTYCD. Now we can’t seem to get enough of it, Mary Murphy not withstanding. From Les Petites Taquines, When I was, Qui Je Suis is a new contemporary dance work is a brief autobiography of the universal girl in one act, set to contemporary music.”

The Province: “To anybody thinking about having a baby girl, here’s what to expect . . . in a oneact dance piece set to modern music! Again, one act, but performers will dance through four phases: child, tween, young adulthood and near-adulthood, the last illustrating the quest for every young woman “to find herself, while still making her way through the day-to-day monotony of life.” It’s a noble quest actually, because if women can’t figure themselves out, there remains zero chance that guys will ever be able to.”

Coverage for A Midwinter Romance – Xua Xua Productions (December 2009)

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