'There is supremely quiet confidence seeping through choreographer and performer Liv O’Donoghue’s Ten: white/grey studies in movement. She assuredly inhabits her territory, using swathes of gentle, reflective and accessible movement as she embraces the space, sometimes pushing against the ground as if to test its robustness. The soundscape is again provided by Tom Lane: a continuous, almost inaudible whispering, with hints of birdsong or distant waves as if the sound is intermittently running up and down the bodies of the dancers. Watching her duet with Maria Nilsson Waller gave a sense of being washed with movement, shadow and light, where even the sand being scattered or heaped in a small pile is both controlled and seductive. Final circular moves from the two dancers low to the ground seemed like stones softly skimming a pool of water.' Seona Mac Reamoinn, Irish Theatre Magazine, 20th May 2011
One more performance of this tomorrow at 3pm on the last day of Dublin Dance Festival 2011!