There are as many ways to move as there are people. I include both the incredible
virtuosity of highly trained dancers and the unique and deeply human contributions of
non-trained movers in my work. By combining them, I aim to create a rich, complex
picture of the human experience that is resonant with all kinds of audiences.
Our creative process begins with questions like, What feels like "home" to you? What is the meaning of maleness and masculinity in our society, and what could it mean? We bring our questions to people of different ages, backgrounds and abilities in community settings, and they answer us in words and movements that open up universes of possibility. In the studio, the company turns those answers into dances - stretching them, turning them into daring partnering, whirling them through space and arranging them in patterns across many bodies.