“Jewish thought and ideas and themes are part of what our pieces speak about, but they could be about anything….which, by the way, is why the dancers have to be great, because otherwise people will come out of curiosity  and say, ‘Oh, let’s see the religious girls dancing’….it’s like going to the zoo. I don’t want that. I want them to come, and come back, because it was good, and because of that extra feeling that they’re getting because these women are special and it comes across onstage, when you see them work , when you see the atmosphere. And there’s no ego, and there’s no bitching…everyone is like a family.”