…a living installation that immediately breaks down into individual molecules. …vivid and dynamic…
- Beata Miernik, XV MFTT Zawirowania
Showing the cosmic harmony as a relationship between people, live music and the movement of bodies… …virtuosity without effort.
- Aleksandra Konarska, XV MFTT Zawirowania
A mesmerizing collaboration.
- Pat King, METRO NY
Impermanent Landscape strikes a chord, masterfully presenting beautiful images and a whirlwind of heart racing moments.
- Annie Woller, Eye on the Arts
Impermanent Landscape has a mysterious, churning-liquid feel... and keeps the audience curious from start to finish.
- Quinn Batson, OffOffOff
Unexpectedly, architectural… the work’s three-dimensionality, in the way it relates equally to each surface of empty space as it does the floor, in how the shapes and movements cycle through emotions slowly and with the subtlety that marks any wonderful piece of architecture.
- Courtney Escoyne, Stewardship Report
Green cast a seamless spell. she drew the audience to her singular experience.
- Kathy Valin, CityBeat
One of the most inventive dance pieces this reviewer has witnessed.
- Justine Sutton, Noozhawk
Keeping the viewer in continual suspense and giving everything the flavor of unknowability.
- Quinn Batson, OffOffOff
Green was mesmerizing.
Green’s six dancers often look at themselves and each other as if at the dawn of the world, not quite sure if they’re flesh or mud, struggling for awareness within a vocabulary of gravity and earthiness.
Articulate, fearless, intelligent dancing
Green must be applauded for orchestrating such an ambitious and enriching undertaking... ...critically illuminating.
Even as a Museum with a non-traditional performance space, Valerie was able to make the piece look powerful. Her company members were compelling and versatile dancers that offered a truly engaging performance…We would highly recommend Valerie Green/Dance Entropy to any organization that may be considering presenting dance with extraordinary artistic quality.
Amid mystery and ritual, more organic than elegant, the work recalls aspects of many cultures.
In a Solo performance of extraordinary charm and intriguing mystery, Valerie Green’s, “Succession” was like looking through a time warped window of centuries-old glass and into one woman’s exploration of her past or alternative realities.
Green’s intense physicality and incredible physical vocabulary make her an engaging performer... Green’s artistry is fully compelling.
Mesmerizing, magical and mystical.