I returned the next evening - it was that enthralling - people were moving freely into the action and
clearly relishing every minute of it.
Tribeca Tribune a living breathing commentary on movement and space
The New Jersey Star Ledger a post-script to the history of modern dance
The Baltimore Sun everything to do with seeing the world in a sharper more focused way.
The Philedelphia City Paper a display of audience/artist trust the likes of which created some of the most
moving cathartic movement theater ever witnessed.
The New Jersey Star Ledger An attitude of breakaway curiosity and a hunger for exploring a world of forms imbued with feeling.
Le Journal du Pays Basque (France) A moment intimate and universal.
The New Jersey Star Ledger Uncertainty about the performers' identities was balanced by the surprise of recognizing a dancer posed casually, absorbing the people nearby into a choreographic design.
Diario Berria(Spain) they took four audience members and together developed a choreography, creating a situation of beauty in a very natural and delicate way until reaching deep emotions in all the audience.
The New Jersey Star Ledger a rare talent for composing attractive formal structures.
citysearch.com the production batters the fourth wall relentlessly from start to finish.
Le Journal du Pays Basque(France) the public was very enthusiastic and applauded the company for an intense and deeply human moment.
Art Matters, WRR, Fort Worth, Texas Sharon Benge interviews Joshua Bisset during Arts Trianble Residency, at TWU, Denton Texas (13:20)
Maryland Morning, WYPR, Baltimore Tom Hall interviews Joshua Bisset and Steve Bradley during Public Moves Federal Hill, Baltimore (4:40)
Public Moves Federal Hill
"A simultaneous participant and observer, I realized how easily a mass of unrelated people can gather and work towards a common goal with so much tacit, mutual understanding."
"What I feel is a sense of discovery and excitement at what has been discovered."
Everything from sounds of cars, whispers and yelling, frogs croaking and bellowing, and even our little blades of grass really came together in a unique way.
"I will never look at the Winter Garden in the same way. Since the first
time I entered it in the summer of 2000 I have traveled through it in a
state of waking sleep. Now I have a totally new connection to the space."
"It's just amazing how art and collaboration could transcend all manner of barriers,
brought people from different cultures, backgrounds and ages together, and created such a beautiful performance."