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"Untangle" began as a method to process Dance Therapy work in a substance abuse recovery center. Themes of isolation and connection kept emerging, both in the therapeutic and creative process.
When our April performance was cancelled due to Covid, we were forced to grapple with feelings of our own isolation, and reinvent how to connect with others.
After quarantine stillness came the movement. Flames of social justice, realizing just how connected we really are: when one of us can't breathe, none of us can.
"RE: Untangle" explores the connections between all of this. We have joined with creative voices from Black Lives Matter, Ogden to bring the community an evening of performance art.
“We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us... among those fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as causes, and they come back to us as effects.” ― Herman Melville
Directed by Tawna Halbert
Photography and Film by Cassidy Eames