For all the exciting experimental, cross-disciplinary, performance arty, happening creations of the Atlanta dance community, it's nice, once in a while, to find some unadulterated modern movement choreographed by an eloquent master. ANNA LEO
's "Triptych for V" featured no aerial cables, no spoken word diversions, no props, no paintings or projections. Inspired by her daughter Vita, Leo examined mother-daughter bonds in a suffering solo of separation and growth, a duet by turns playful and combative, and a particularly gorgeous quartet that had the feel of a rite of passage into some secret, sacred order. "Triptych" was an adept and delicate expression of solid, moving themes through phrases intricate, refined and pure.