QUOTES FROM THE PRESS for Falk’s choreography:

ABOUT To Please the Desert: (On CandoCo, a Mixed Ability Company)

The London Times, 1994:

“Falk creates intense, still beauty in a duet which some enterprising film-maker should put on celluloid.”

The Guardian, 1994:

“Simple, poignant beauty.”

Scotland on Sunday, 1995:

“…it was Jodi Falk’s To Please the Desert that was the triumph of the programme.”

ABOUT Whispering Walls:

Total Theatre, 1996

“…inclusive and inspiring.”

ABOUT StoneGardens:

The New Haven Advocate, 2001

“…ruthless in its realism, extensive in its experimentation and eccentricities, uncompromising in its cosmic black comedy, awe-striking in the absurdism and anarchy of its fractured construction…Falk’s work blew the other two Dancing Nor’easters selections out of my mind.”

The Hampshire Gazette, 2002:

“Falk’s invention is the quicksilver element that invites viewers to think about the Holocaust in new ways…what she’s done so far provides an indelible sense of this sorry place and time, in ways that fire our imaginations. We see what it is that will grow in a garden of stone.”