All four performers kept their distinct identities, but together they discovered resonances and references that opened up the architecture even more. The dancers took off their nylon warmups and stuck them to the windows. They stood behind large fans and sang more notes into the musicians' mix. There were towers of paper ruffles that made satisfying sounds when the performers crumpled them. Outside, it was cloudy, then sunny. I couldn't really see the sky, but I grew more aware of the transparency of the space.

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