Erin Drummond’s solo “DEAD LIZARD WOMAN” brought another perspective on empowerment – a deep dive into the primal self. Moving slowly – hinting at Butoh dance influence – she crawled onto a set of rocks and spoke/sang/chanted poetry-without-words seemingly drawn from an ancient source. Her work brought contrast to the program; she was a strange visitor, trying to tell us something important through her plaintive howl.
-Caroline Palmer, Big Dance Town
May 11- in the field, near where the fruit trees were just planted, between the Siskiyou and Cascade mountain ranges, near dusk
May 26- on concrete, near the Mississippi River, inside glass walls, just before sunset
July 2- after dark, in the junkyard, near the horse stables
Nov 26- the revolution has begun
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photo by Emma Voorhes