The strength of this work is purely in how the Forsythe-influenced Touzeau’s movement is interpreted by more contemporary dancers. These performers visibly breath and problem solve on stage, they let themselves be the decisions they make instead of acting or exaggerating them. Even if this work creates all the opportunities to distance the audience, the performers breath humanness into their work and take us along with them in all the discomfort.
Liz Houlton, Seattle Dances
It’s an imagistic, intentionally discordant performance that builds to a surprisingly playful conclusion.
Megan Burbank, The Seattle Times
Fun, strange, and nearly science fiction-like in its feel and action, Stickers was fascinating to watch, but I would not want to meet the creature therein in my corner of the universe.
Dean Speer, CriticalDance