"What we need to make sure happens is that there is access for people that want it. As one of our beautiful, beautiful Black dancers in the company, Dara Holmes, said: 'Not everybody wants to dance, but we have to make sure the support is there to see people succeed.'"
"What we do is very social; we’re used to being in theatres for hours at a time together, creating, designing, chatting backstage, gossiping, planting seeds for future collaborations… this is where it happens. That just hasn’t been possible; I think that’s the difficult part: the transition. But I think we're transitioning to something hopeful, optimistic, and I think there is so much opportunity there for us to really expand our reach, expand how we create, how we present, how we connect our audience with the arts and the people behind the arts."
"I find what's special about dance is truly the connection with the flesh, the breath, the grounding, the personal relationship, the energy, the magnetism of the person and of the people connecting to each other. The one thing that I do feel that I very much am lacking – in ways of transferring dance to technology – is a little bit of that connection and that sensitivity of humanity."