My second day of attendance (Saturday 9/11) I missed the Wooster Group due to something else I had to do. Believe me, I'd rather go to an interactive art film about war rooms and pinhole peeping than do what I was doing. But I had to.
"Gloria's Cause." A rock musical, dance, performance about the American Revolution. I liked it. It was loud sometimes and fast and much happening at times. And parts of it I'm not sure I totally "got" but I liked it. A lot. I felt moved most of the time and in sync with it. I admired their skill and creativity and it worked well for the most part. They did say this is still being workshopped - and that showed in a few places but it didn't detract from what they were doing it. I recommend it if you're in town and want to go.
"SoloShow" - which was amazing. The movement, the study, the control. It could be called dance and was dance - but also a performance piece - definitely not "dance" in what most people think of in that category. The show had already started when the audience entered and we were a part of the experience.