Janet Smith, (1991)
"This production is all about dancing, but always about theatre
too and very good theatre at that."
"..the dancing is robust, expansive, precise and crackling.big,
bold ensemble images.fast complex duets and trios."
"Michael Seaver has created a score that has a beautifully haunting,
timeless feeling about it. a brooding momentum that surges along
like ancient blood pounding through veins."
Theodores, Sunday Tribune
"..a fascinating and rewarding piece about our sixth sense.full
of contrasts.thoughtful, yet amusing.very moving"
That feeling of knowing, being guided by intuition.knowing without
reason-for which the Moon is a metaphor.is sometimes lost in today's
world.Touching the Moon, touches that place--using poetry
of Seamus Heany and original music played live by an ensemble of
Janet Smith (UK); Original Music: Michael Seaver; Set: Robert Ballagh;
Lighting: Rupert Murray; Costumes: Chisato Yoshimi; Poetry: Seamus
Heany ; Dancers: Robert Connor, Sean Feldman, Rachel Lampert, Jeffrey
Fox, Cathy O'Kennedy, Jenny Roche and Loretta Yurick
Photos: Don Smith