“Damaged Goods” is Well Worth Seeing

I have little to no experience in the world of dance. My knowledge in this art form spans eight or nine seasons of So You Think You Can Dance and one trip to the Festival Trans-Ameriques in Montreal (plus a handful of shows I've seen through NAC Dance). However, I enjoy going to see dance … Continue reading “Damaged Goods” is Well Worth Seeing

“Damaged Goods” a Symphony of Breath and Body

Damaged Goods, choreographed by Jocelyn Todd, is a contemporary dance show. It consists of two clearly distinct pieces of pure physical prowess that explore the ability of the body to tell stories. Dance is not my medium. But every time I encounter a piece that does not rely on words to create its narrative, I … Continue reading “Damaged Goods” a Symphony of Breath and Body