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 From the Press:

"imaginative, beautifully performed pleasure."
(NYTimes)


"Top of my list was Face The Music and Dance ..Featuring Noa Sagie.."
(Elizabeth Zimmer / METRO)

"...Dancers are powerful and engaging..their dedication and passion are clear and combine to create a beautiful production. One can appreciate the grace of the performers without prior knowledge of modern dance"
Emily Jacobson / TimeOut NY)
4 stars!!

"With her opening piece, Degas Duck Dag, Noa Sagie explores the sexual, social and societal servitude of women, as filtered through Impressionist...Edgar Degas"
(Mathew Murray / TALKING BROADAWY)

"...Face The Music and Dance, which is spiritually and viscerally beguiling to the max, will whoosh you with energy to go back out and face a world gone mad"
(Eva Yaa Asantewaa / INFINITE BODY)

"..strong choreography and beautiful lines from the dancers"
"if you're looking for some inspired movement and unusual expressions of feelings, you'll get that and then more"
(The Theater Corps)

"..pre-show antics (on the street & in elevator), wading pool, nudity..Degas Duck Dag by Noa Sagie..part of the endless Fringe Festival"
(SEATFILLER'S Blog)


"Five top-notch choreographers for the price of one"
(Michelle Vellucci / FLAVORPILL)

"those who come..can expect beauty, repression, love, humor and human struggle"

"chilly beauty unfurled..a slice of a darker internal struggle contrasted with outer beauty and the natural ability to bond in unison..choreographed by Noa Sagie"
(Rose Spaziani / The Copenhagen Voice)


"The street band that entertained us outside turns out to be part of the show"
"..is is somewhat more evocative of Degas 'The Tub' bronze sculptures....it is pleasant and a little poignant to watch"
(TheaterView)


"..strong choreography and beautiful lines from the dancers"
"if you're looking for some inspired movement and unusual expressions of feelings, you'll get that and then more"
(The Theater Corps)


"Choreographer Noa Sagie truly understands how to make the most of a musical moment and doesn't take herself too seriously which makes for an uplifting refreshment"

"...turning to the back..explores the landscape of her body, which was stunning"
"...gallivant about the stage like characters from a strange dream armed with squeaky rubber duckies and big personalities"

"..sagie's gift for utilizing contemporary movement while simultaneously delving into quirky colors of music."

"let' hope we see more of her soon"
(iDANZ Critix Corner)