Audiences love the diversity, the wit, and the personal stories of FTHM, and Tina and Jamie find the process never-endingly fascinating--whether the cast consists of, say, New York professionals or the faculty and students of a university dance program.
Tina remembers the choreographer/filmmaker Yvonne Rainer, a Judson Dance Theater radical during the '60s, finding an offstage vantage point during an FTHM performance in St.
Picture this: We're doing a week of FTHM at Jacob's Pillow in 2001.
As FTHM alumna Linda Tarnay once told The New York Times, experiencing the stories, the dancing, and the unexpected collaborations is "like dying and going to dancers' heaven." Amen.