What we know so far

1. If performers rehearsed and then stopped rehearsing six months prior to the performance, performances would always feature performers wearing slight smiles to show that our bodies can remember things that our minds cannot. Grant funding would also be more complicated.

2. If you make a dance while crying, and then dance this same dance later, not crying, will the whole audience still see that the crying is there? Or will half of the audience see it? Or will one audience member see it? Will one audience member see that the crying is there in a dance that was made while not crying?

3. When you learn someone else’s movement, instead of your own. You get to say things like:
“Who’s Hannah?”
“I’m Hannah.”


“Who’s Hannah again?”
“Oh, Sam.”
“Who’s Jeff?”

4. Behind a closed door, Jeff and Rachel sing, “Outer space is so far away from here.”

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