Doug Varone and Dancers overtook the Winspear Opera House with
a performance that left audiences awed. The show opened with little
circumstance. The curtain lifted and dancers in grey and neutral-toned,
street wear-like costumes were revealed. There was something a bit
androgynous about the style on initial impact.
The work was
markedly contemporary. The choreography is full of the wide, deep plies
reminiscent of Martha Graham; the small, intrinsic wrist moves of Bob
Fosse; and the long, leggy leaps of classical ballet. The dancers
covered the stage leaving the very air around them filled with movement.
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