Batsheva Dance Company
From the January, 2017 issue
Two women in white lean toward an unseen prize. Together they tread cautiously, captivated. Tenderly they reach for it, claim it, bathe in it. After a beat, they get a sharp slap in the face-each by her own hand. Meanwhile, seated dancers watch without affect.
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