10 thoughts on “Grim

  1. I saw this at the Alberni Valley Fringe – they were great and won Audience Pick!

  2. Wow, I don’t usually try out dance performances, but I am glad I did. Athletic movement, fabulous music, interesting choreography, strong dancers, good variety. Be sure to refer to the program guide to remember which Grimm story they are referencing, and dress for the heat of the Metro. 5 stars. It will be great to see this young choreographer’s work as it develops.

  3. Grim made me realize how seldom I watch dance, which was a bit of a sad realization, because it really is a beautiful art form. Not only that, but it was an interesting addition to the Fringe. I saw it on the Friday night, after a bit of a long week, and it was nice to just be able to sit back and watch the dancers tell the stories with their bodies instead of words. You get to just sit back and let your mind relax for an hour. The interpretations of well-known stories were beautiful to watch, as were the introductions to stories I had never heard of before. Highly recommended.

  4. Beautiful and powerful choreography. My interest is seldom held for an entire dance show, but this one never got boring. the subtle use of fairy tales as a backdrop added a nice extra level. All the dancers are a pleasure to watch, and such a variety is presented that there is something for everyone. I will definitely be keeping an eye on Broken Rhythms

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