What the press is saying about Jacksonville Dance Theatre...
"...attempt to find those lighting words to describe the feeling of privilege in being able to see these performers at work, and, to know that these artists are here in Jacksonville. It is a hopeful feeling that is actually a call for a closer look at Jacksonville dance, here and now." -Madeline Peck, Folio Weekly, 6.11.15
"...heightened sophistication..." -Lauren Werneke, Art Intercepts, 9.20.15
"...fresh and enjoyable...'Entanglement,' by Florida's Tiffany Fish — made me want to run away. I think that was intended: The women's constant, suffocating sidling together and mirroring of each other suggests the most dysfunctional mother-daughter relationship ever." -Laura Molzan, Chicago Tribune, 9.20.15
"Kitchen Sink, performed by Jacksonville Dance Theatre and choreographed by Rebecca R. Levy, was dark and gentle, and full of heartache, ushered in by Patsy Cline. A couple, danced elegantly by Levy and James Morrow, got together and broke apart and got back together only to break up again. It was the break-up they were addicted to, the space between each other. They were activated by wanting each other and dysfunctional when they had each other. " -Lydia Hance, The Dance Dish, 10.28.14