Choreographers and dancers Monica Rodero and Daniel Schuchart's Gone, Gone Gone
is an intimate view of the very private arc of their characters' romantic relationship. Simple props like masking tape and paper towels kept the audience guessing and drawing their own conclusions as to what they represented. The most impressive aspect of the show was its vocabulary. A specific movement would be introduced, and then repeated and varied not only in that routine, but throughout the entire show. This gave the show a distinct sense of character and cohesion. Most of the music felt out of place. The only music cues that did not were the cue made up mostly of sounds made with masking tape, and the music during Schuchart's solo towards the end of the piece. Overall, a great show for those of us who don't know how to read all the little details of a dance-drama. Thursday, 9 p.m.; Saturday, 3 p.m.