Emerging out of the women’s liberation movements of the 1970s, a group of dancers founded the Wallflower Order Dance Collective (1975–1984), one of the first explicitly feminist dance groups in the US. It’s clear from looking at the networks of support set up for creating their work, their collective process, and their eventual split, that the Wallflower Order embodies the contradictions of social reproduction.

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