November 16, 2015

“I was also curious during the show to know what was improvised and what was scripted – to me it felt fresh and at the same time fluid. Also I remembered sitting on the “metro” at one point and feeling delighted and slightly rebellious to have entered the scene… I took the metro home, and I felt like I was in a way still part of the show. Each person in the metro seemed like a small vignette and my heart felt like it was observing them all with a light, with curiosity about their embodied stories and great tenderness. That sensation lasted until I reached home, about a 45 minute ride.”

-Megan Hyslop, audience feedback during open rehearsals in May 2015

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