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Press Reviews for “If We Go On”

  • English company presents a grim satire on artistic ambition at Kasser Theater in Montclair

    By Robert Johnson

    The New Jersey Star Ledger, 18 April 2010

    Bitter and despairing but frequently hilarious....Wonderfully liberating.

  • Never has nihilism looked so good

    By Wendy Perron

    Dance Magazine, 18 April 2010

    In two full-evening works, British choreographer Charlotte Vincent matched desperation and humor in equal measure.

  • If We Go On

    By Roslyn Sulcas

    The New York Times, 16 April 2010

    Ms. Vincent does an astonishing sleight-of-hand job of simultaneously offering us the bare bones of creation — steps, music, speech, lighting — in all their bareness, and then pulling the wool over our eyes as every artist must do.

  • If We Go On

    By Luke Jennings

    The Observer, 29 November 2009

    A crackling intellectual core. It may be bleak, but it's the real thing.

  • If We Go On

    By Richard Edmonds

    The Stage, 26 October 2009

    This is serious theatre which provides a sharp and poignant antidote to much of today’s mindless showbiz top-flash.

  • Vincent Dance Theatre: The Place

    By Sanjoy Roy

    The Guardian, 21 October 2009

    This dance begins with an announcement: "No more dancing." The speaker (Patrycja Kujawska), prompted by gestures from her seated neighbour (Aurora Lubos), continues: "No more classical music. No more..."

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