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.”

GayVancouver.net: “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)

Straight Choice: http://www.straight.com/article-275188/vancouver/midwinter-romance

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