Jessica May | Dance, BFA
During this age of reality television and its aggressive pursuit of chaos, it doesn’t seem a coincidence that the choreographer Juliana F. May has created “Adult Documentary,” a work constructed of real and fictional stories by its performers. Those stories serve as raw material, distorted over time and replayed on an incessant loop as Ms. May drains and fills in her choreographic terrain. That, by the way, is an expanse of sandy brown carpet — just thick enough that if you walked into a hotel room covered with it you’d think twice before taking off your socks.
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