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Playing Twister for Real
Director Kate Geis’ clear observation at Taylor’s bright Grand Street Studio in New York makes 
Creative Domain more than a dance doc. Taylor’s creation of a new piece titled Three Dubious Memories virtually diagrams how one generation passes on its wisdom about the body, the mind, relationships and imagination. The film could be titled Senior Action in a Gay Environment in tribute to the activist/social group Taylor’s mentorship evokes.

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