Be Hold Me (2016)
Be Hold Me explores pleasure as a means of the reconfiguring gendered power dynamics in dance. Through choreography and writing, Sarah delves into the thrilling and disorienting pleasure in being lifted, and how practicing disorientation can disrupt confining gender norms. This piece explores the discomforts and pleasures of release. The choreography process emerged out of collaboration and inquiry, as Sarah researched specific yet overlapping experiences of pleasure.
The Wesleyan Argus described this piece as "playful, yet mature, with movement that was simultaneously fluid, quirky, and beautiful."