Interviewed after the performance, audience members Stacy and Anastasia said that it was "celestial" and "calming." Anastasia said that she felt during the performance like she was in Ingmar Bergman's Persona. Audience members clearly enjoyed the opportunity to be part of the performance. One woman rolled around on the floor and enjoyed being overshadowed and encompassed by the mass of clouds.
Dancer Thomas Dwyer poignantly showed possibilities for life at age seventy-nine. Dwyer worked as a government radio-telecom officer until he retired at age fifty-three. Then he took up dancing. After dancing with Dance Exchange for twenty-two years, he stopped at age seventy-five to devote more time to being the primary caregiver to his ailing wife. She died after a long illness. Still carrying close to the surface his grief at the loss of his wife, he recently returned to dancing with Dance Exchange. His range of movement and expression is extraordinary. He danced potent duets with both Shula Strassfeld and Matthew Cumbie, and never looked lost moving through the clouds by himself.