Carole McCurdy’s ((waver)) illuminates the cross-cultural histories of the butoh and tango dance forms that inspire it and approximates the sometimes harmonious, sometimes contradistinctive structuring rhythms of the two dance forms. In staging the impossible yet omnipresent desire to unite self and other, McCurdy and her cast perform the limitations of intimacy.
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