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  1. Maria Juan
    April 26, 2013 @ 4:32 pm

    Kris:

    Many Thanks for your continued support of our local dance scene. As much as you enjoyed- or may not have understood :)- the performances, it was just as rewarding for us, the performing community, to be able to present and have an audience to present for. We can hope that April will become the dance month in San Diego as long as there are opportunities to present.

    I was able to attend the majority of the performances during the Live Arts Fest at the White Box and it certainly was satisfying to be able to see so many great artists in such a short amount of time.

    I am already looking forward to April, 2014!

    Cheers,
    Maria Juan
    Co-Founder, youTurnArts, youturnarts.com
    Performer, somebodies dance theater

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  2. Michael Mizerany
    April 26, 2013 @ 4:35 pm

    Hey Kris,

    Thanks for the review and insight into the work.

    On your point, yes, some people were not clear on the relationship of the three main characters. I’ll be doing it again in September at a concert I am sharing with Khamla Somphanh called Common Ground, so something to work on.

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  3. Gina Sorensen
    April 28, 2013 @ 9:00 am

    Kris-

    We have loved hearing the impressions and interpretations that audiences took away from “a Spit of Wax” these last weekends. Thank you for the beautiful interpretation you bring up here. This is what we love most about contemporary dance: there are always a multiplicity of meanings at work! Thank you for bringing your lens to our dance.

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