“For queer people experiences like these are cherished and give us hope. Having our stories be heard, celebrated, and transformed into art that is used to transform community does not happen enough.”
Johannes Jerez Van Osten, Theater Offensive, The Work That Keeps Us Warm
“River See,” harks back to the roots of performance. If you let it take you where it wants to, if you follow its gestures and open up, the result is a production that is mystical and knowing.”
Rohan Preston, Star Tribune. Read Full Review.
“Aspects of River See call to mind Alvin Ailey’s Revelations; four of six cast members are dressed in flowy white costumes, umbrellas hang in one corner, soulful music and sounds of pouring water giving continual reference to the river, to wading, to a baptism of sorts."
Lauren Warnecke, Art Intercepts Chicago. Read Full Review.
“...like Shange and Dash, Bridgforth experiments with an unconventional narrative device that many sisters of the African Diasporic argue is the only way to aptly convey and capture the complexities of black women lives.”
Qu(e)erying the black migration by Rev. Irene Monroe, Bay Windows (Boston). Read Full Review.