Thoughts from the Press and Audiences
Photo: Elena Swartz
Photo copy-write JJ Tiziou
Email, November 2014
"Your performance has elicited many feelings in me--as Life mirrors Art. I think of your performance as I do my "work" now, e.g. washing the dishes, and climbing the stairs numerous times a day"
Looking for Judy
Interview, May 2012
"This spring (May 31–June 2), at the Live Arts Studio, we are launching our new performing arts program, Jumpstart, which showcases the work of six emerging artists from the region. Choreographer and dancer Katherine Kiefer Stark is bringing her company The Naked Stark to perform Looking For Judy"
Review, April 2012
"It’s definitely not art for art’s sake: its art with a purpose and Stark makes no apology for this fact, nor should she. Deceptively simple, Goodnight War provided a complex meditation on the culture of war and our addiction to it and I, for one, hope that there’s much more to come."
Preview, April 2012
"Much of the movement for Goodnight War is task-based. Dancers build and knock down towers of cups. Stark learns to ride a bicycle in real-time (she used to ride as a kid, but hasn’t much since and has purposely avoided brushing up on her skills for this production)."
Blog, April 2012