Will the Real Larry Keigwin Please Stand Up?
Don’t let the chairs in the title fool you into thinking of this as static. The movement scope was big, with the dancers charging through the work, stacking, spinning, and jumping over their seats. The company’s resident lighting designer, Burke Wilmore, projected cones of light directly from above that waxed and waned, while Dane Laffrey’s costumes had the dancers barefoot in casual street clothes of muted colors, relieved by an occasional splash of red or pink.
I wish I could have seen "12 Chairs": I'm a sucker for furniture pieces!