Rising from Maya Angelou’s poetry, the choreography piece by Victoria Fox writes powerful movement in an energetic flow making sure to leave a trace in space and in the audience eyes. Constant changes of dynamics stream down the dancers’ bodies, it is refreshing to see how each dancer stands out with their own unique artistic identity. They will mesmerize you either if its with a glance of their eyes, the fluency of their movement or an unexpected expressive gesture. These dancers irradiate confidence mixed with strength, anger and attitude; it’s a fight between vulnerability and power, a rose that has spikes, women -who fall but no one will stop them from rising
15th October 2017, Carolina Alves Carloto

A contemporary dance company that packs some punch
Culturised Magazine

visceral and fearless, this is uncommonly intelligent work
Kate Larsen

packed with both physical invention and emotional intensity
Sanjay Roy

this expressive choreographer certainly has the movement vocabulary to steer Fight or Flight away from any clichés
Libby Costello

I certainly concurred with the audience’s choice of the final work ‘Human Shadows’ by Victoria Fox, as pick of the evening. The first work to feature more than a dancing trio, her five dancers performed an ensemble piece….which had more power than any of the earlier offerings. I was mesmerized by the way Welly O’Brien…..appeared to be as complete a dancer as any of the ensemble, surreptitiously supported within the group…it said a lot and ‘Human Shadows’ is certainly the only one of these works that might just merit a place in the Final
Graham Watts The place Prize 2008