“Inventive… allusions to Graham vocabulary”

“In But Not for Me, set to love songs by George and Ira Gershwin, Stroman, one of Broadway's more inventive choreographers, tackled the theme of urban loneliness. Sleeping dancers curled on the floor, their heads uneasy on their pillows. Their search for love led them through casual jazz seasoned with allusions to Graham vocabulary. One participant (Katherine Crockett) took refuge on a pile of pillows. From their midst popped Mr. Right (Martin Lofsnes). Stroman made allusions to Graham vocabulary. Virginie Mécène and Gary Galbraith slithered about dreamily, while Terese Capucilli and Peter Roél added urgency.”