"As for the performance itself, there is a primality. Muted, earthy costumes and ambient music help to bring the audience in close. The dancers’ movements shift between smooth ease and convulsive despair. But underneath the chaos, there is a feeling of support. The dancers literally catch one another as they fall to the ground. The small venue increases the focus, allowing the articulation of each movement to carry more weight. There are moments when the silence is cut only by the creaking of the floor. There is a collective mood akin to hypnosis." - William Kryjak, Boston Hassle
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