The shows were over sold (!), the audiences were engaged, and the cast was a great group of folks. I deeply appreciated being able to share myself in a supportive environment in an honest and authentic way. I'm grateful that I began new conversations and creative relationships.
And! There was so much press!
It was previewed in the Reading Times/ Reading Eagle's Weekender. (But the online link isn't working.)
Click here to see me talk about the Festival on the local news station.
And in case you missed the performance, Susan Pena reviewed it for the Reading Times/ Reading Eagle:
"...choreographer/dancer Jessica Warchal-King's “Shed,” to music by Jude Eden, using an upside-down folding table as a prop, is absolutely mesmerizing. Her intense, often spiritual exploration of metamorphosis combines consummate grace, expression of the music, and economy, clearly influenced by an Asian aesthetic. Watching the articulation and eloquence of her back is a dance lover's dream."
Click here to read the rest of the review.
Thanks, Berks County!
|Pic of Berks County from World Atlas|