By Marina Harss
16 December 2019
The orchestrations are playful, surprising, imaginative. Ms. Dorrance and her collaborators on the project, Josette Wiggan-Freund and Hannah Heller, have responded in kind. The three, who have worked together several times before, share credit for the concept. “It’s been a collaborative process from the beginning,” Ms. Dorrance said. “There is a wonderful sisterhood inside of this process.”
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