The last piece was called “Day-Two” and is one of their earlier pieces. In it the group was fascinated by how things came to be and what their use was. “Day-Two” is the second day of creation and the dancers literally grow out of each other. This idea of creation was brought to a climax in the curtain call, where the dancers slide on a watery tarp across the stage.
Pilobolus seldom disappoints, and while it might be argued it's more gymnastics than dance, the troupe is thrilling nonetheless. The group performed at the Ahmanson Theatre under the auspices of Dance at The Music Center Oct 23-25.