What critics have said...

"...the incomparable Bernard Brown..."

Laura Bleiberg, LA Times

"...powerfully exquisite work."

Dr. Halifu Osumare, dance scholar

"Black Lives Matter, social justice, activism and gender politics were strong threads throughout the works on show...Bernard Brown...evoked these issues in their work."

Roslyn Sulcas, NY Times

"Bernard dances like freedom personified—earth turned flesh.”

“Through his alchemical movement, Bernard redefines the meaning of ‘freedom.’ He reframes, reclaims, renegotiates, and conjures a version of Freedom that he not only has a right to, but that his own luminous Black body radiates.”

Molly Rose-Williams, Life As a Modern Dancer

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"Bernard Brown/bbmoves, with his “sugar cravings” mesmerized all of us...How sweet it was."

Joanne DiVito, ladancechronicle.com

"...the spiffiness of Mr. Brown's fireball style."

Anna Kisselgoff, NY Times

“Brown performs this falling and rising repetition suggesting to me that there is a beingness to Blackness that repeatedly rises beyond, against, and after death…Brown refutes this blood stained land with the repetition of his rising. Brown dances a groove that is joyful, form driven, colorful, alive…we were lucky witnesses of this world he creates, offerings to a future world born anew.” 

Audrey Johnson, Life As A Modern Dancer Blog

"...Brown left us with a message of hope and to embrace this time to learn about ourselves."

Jeff Slayton, ladancechronicle.com

 "...the finely etched gesture and a soaring jump of Bernard Brown."

Jennifer Fisher, LA Times

"It was regrettable that I was able to see 〈Box〉(starring Bernard Brown's choreography), which is based on Henry Box Brown, a black man who risked his life in the United States in the 19th century, only through video."

Chae Hyun Kim, DanceWebzine (Korea)

"'Leanin’ In,' a powerful solo about fighting back and continuing forward despite the odds.

Jeff Slayton, ladancechronicle.com

"...the dancers’ movements were captivating, making the space blurred with the expansiveness of them all."

Jill Lindsey, ladancereview.com