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Two writers wade into the hazy environment of David Thomsons new work to grapple with opacity and transparency, the magical and mundane. Where one sees an M, the other sees a W, yet both come away with a sense of intimacy in the unknown.
One year after the premiere, Audre Wirtanen discusses her work DX ME FIX ME with Nora Raine Thompson. In conversation, the two laugh about bad doctors, consider the fetishization of pain in dance, and imagine healthcare that actually cares.