It’s airy, sleek and delightfully unpredictable.
Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times
Keigwin’s inventive movements, his bright white costumes and Michael Mazzola’s vibrant lighting make “Line Dance” a delightful addition to Whim W’Him’s repertoire.
Alice Kaderlan, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Line Dance is a subtly genius piece of choreography, where in the dancers assemble and disassemble literally lines at an almost frenetic pace. There is always one dancer who does not conform to the anchoring lines. It is a wonderful study of the discord between conformity and individuality.
Chris Heide, Chosen Magazine
January 20, 2017
Cornish Playhouse at Seattle Center