What's left behind

By DEBRA CASH  |  May 21, 2008

The lusty ladies in La Giornata Omicida|The Deadly Day (1996) are interchangeable too, but in their red minis, black ankle boots, and black pageboy wigs, they made the result a delightful romp. Primping under a string of colored lights, they seemed to have taken over the patio of some Middle Eastern restaurant at three in the morning. They vogued and stomped with power and determination, a salutary change from Prometheus’s more standard sexual angst. Andy Taylor-Blenis, who has been dancing with Prometheus for 17 years, used her folkdance background to good effect, giving each deadpan strut an extra, knowing shimmy. Sign these gals as the back-up group in a production of The Vagina Monologues and they’ll do just fine.

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