"made me hopeful for the future of dance in New York City, exemplifying the bold, urgent spirit of the art today... Careful, expert gestures of wrapping a sarong contrast with desperate, helpless ones such as lifting a heavy pile of folded clothes, trying to secure this bundle high against the back wall with nothing but one's tired arms."
Eva Yaa Asantewaa, InfiniteBody
NYTimes mention in "11 Dance Perfromances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend"
Brian Schaefer, NYTimes
"Annie pushed the cloth in circles around the floor, cycling into herself in the neverending chore, as Sok spoke against soft music: all layers of the performance prompting nostalgia and heartache. "
Jean Lee, Culturebot
"Heath shifts and morphs, from crawling to slowly rolling on the floor to vigorously undulating on all fours. The movement is frequently purposefully awkward, such as when she supports herself on the inside edge of her hand, her wrists splayed out like the pointed hooves of a sheep."
(Glenna Yu, The Dance Enthusiast)
"Her very earthbound, yet intense rendering benefitted from her repetitive and nuanced approach."
(Walter Rutledge, Out & About NYC Magazine)