Freeflow dance theater company
. . . Dreamscape
. . . program suggests "images on the periphery of your thoughts" . . . it was much more . . . a fascinating juxtaposition of two periods the '95 and the '05 season with a delightful interlude . . . Half Naked
, Same Time
, and a small piece of sky
from '95 had a deep concentrated aesthetic purity . . . tight angst driven compositions . . . sketches centered on an invisible trace of a narrative line transformed into evocative tone poems . . . precise yet playful . . .
Navros and to dream. . . the pieces premiered at this years Her-icane GoDive Festival are sweeping dramatic operas . . . each a distinctive ensemble work broad and theatrical . . . almost baroque in character . . .
Seamambo is the interlude . . . choreographed and danced solo by Kyle Syverson . . . engaging Cuban-African rhythms . . . fluid gestures dissolve into sensual twists danced with an internal grace . . . a fresh wind over the warm sea . . .
all the dancers perform with a controlled athletic passion and trace patterns of shifting intensity with ease . . . J. Latendresse, artistic director and choreographer works with young and experienced dancers alike sharing her vision with what seems to be a quiet confidence and assuredness . . . the energy and emotion Karla Kloeble, the single presence in each piece defines the strength of the program . . . discipline, care and a hunger . . . a hunger to maneuver into the dreamscape . . . a contemporary place which may be mistakenly thought to be at the periphery but actually lies at the heart of the matter . . .
Ten years & ten followed by ten more equal a lifeline . . . Freeflow streaming into the future with fine fortune . . .