"There was a tenderness undercutting any views of him as a villain – and even
the adversarial nature of their relationship that at first seemed so obvious.
It was far more complicated than that. And so love, and any close relationship, is.
Wagner and Guglietti spoke to all of this with elegance and nuance,
all within simple movement and structure. There was a poetic economy to it.
They also offered something that become universal in its specificity. Much of the best art truly is."
- Kathryn Boland, Dance Informa Magazine