At long last, Pat Graney will finish her House of Mind trilogy, which began in 2008 with an elaborate installation featuring a wall of buttons and a closet of "giant little girl dresses." The follow-up, Girl Gods, won two Bessie Awards. In this third installment, Graney and her dancers will take on rape culture and its devastating fallout. Former Stranger theater critic Brendan Kiley once wrote, "'Choreographer' doesn't feel substantive enough to describe what Pat Graney does. She's a dance auteur who creates affecting and sometimes humorous spectacles: installations that immerse her audience in an exaggerated dreamworld, or women dancing in Judy Jetson dresses that are wired to turn their smallest movements into sound, or 130 female martial artists spread across a landscape."
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