"Turn off the lights, and the world suddenly becomes a very foreign place... The costumes are black, the score is ominous and the movement is fittingly fragmented and slithery"
THE NEW YORK TIMES
“this duet was one of the best I've seen. The dancers were virtually symbiotic as they carried vibration and finished the sentence of one another's movement through the tips of their fingers.they maintained such a high level of awareness that the dance seemed like a solo in two bodies.”
"DYNAMIC..STUNNING MOMENTS OF VISUAL CLARITY...BRYN COHN HAS A BRILLIANT MIND. COHN TAKES IDEAS OF THE TRADITIONAL, UTOPIAN FAMILY AND SMASHES THEM APART"
THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST
“Their bodies ebbed and flowed like water with each sweep and slow-motion lift. Theirs was one of the strongest performances.”
LA DANCE CHRONICLE
"COHN’S INTRICATE CHOREOGRAPHY LENDS ITSELF ESPECIALLY WELL TO THE TABLEAUX OF LOVE AND CONNECTIONS THAT SHE CREATES. SHE DEPICTS WITH STUNNING CLARITY"
"VISCERAL AND KINETIC, PROFOUND, EXPLOSIVE. we are watching performers at the peak of their technical abilities take risks and expand within each movement... mesmerized and really feel like we are being taken along for the ride."
PICTURE THE POST
"an emotional ride"
"Cohn’s choreography possessed immaculate shifts of texture and mood that were enthralling to watch…The smallest movement seemed to garner the greatest impact… What made the work so powerful was Cohn’s choreography paired with her performers’ highly responsive bodies, susceptible to these new twists and turns at any second."
"Cohn emphasizes clarity in every part of the body."
"weightless and heavy all at once…intricate partner work between the four dancers erase the physical divisions...haunting, but consistently beautiful"
"where fantasy meets tangible manifestations of real life.”
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
"INNOVATIVE … CAREFULLY COORDINATED STRINGS OF MOVEMENT…ONE MOVEMENT FLOWS SEAMLESSLY INTO THE NEXT"
"Bryn Cohn’s choreography allows them to create a world of their own. it almost feels voyeuristic to watch them onstage."
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