Melissa Diane created a piece that was elicited from a series of images, drawn from a story about heartbreak and letting go. The harsh physicality of a book stitched together with words that have been blocked, the memory of love, and sitting on the front stoop on warm city nights are all evoked in this piece. Together these images form a collage that moves through time but is not linear in its unfolding. The two dancers are at once at odds with each other, and at other times they are one. Throughout the piece the dancers build a world only to dismantle it. They share secrets, betrayal, anger and loss with a tender and honest heart. The open setting allows for the audience to walk around the space, place their chairs where they choose and get up close and personal with the performers.