"always mesmerizing...ravishingly beautiful…riveting."
- Mike Fischer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
"Gloriously full-bodied [dancing]...gorgeous"
- Lauren Warnecke, milwaukeemag.com
Dance & theater construct untold stories of house and home
Created & Performed by Jenni Reinke
Olgivanna’s husband, famed American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, has just died. Grief stricken, she summons her deep spirituality to become a medium for the women closest to him. A dancer and artist in her own right, the stories she sees offer a meditation on relationship, independence, and immortality.
A tour-de-force original solo dance theatre work, creator and performer Jenni Reinke embodies Wright and the five industrious and colorful women – wife and business partner Olgivanna, mother Anna, ex-wives Catherine and Miriam, and lover Mamah. Intimate spaces are choreographed through the architecture of the body as dance and theater construct untold stories of house and home.
"Reinke is precise, captivating, and unafraid of humor."
- Justin Hayford, chicagoreader.com
"Jenni Reinke dominates the stage."
- Jeff Grygny, examiner.com
This project is supported in part by a grant from the Milwaukee Arts Board and the Wisconsin Arts Board with funds from the State of Wisconsin.