More challenging for the audience is Kate Rafterâs Black & Blue, sort of an interpretive schoolyard fight between her and Dustin Orway. Rafter dresses just like Orway in a beige sleeveless top and unflattering charcoal shorts, giving her an androgynous look as she battles him, grabbing his forearm, shoving him and so on. The piece ends with Rafter apparently winning, as sheâs cradling Orway in her arms. At moments, the movement is a tad sloppy and repetitive. But at the end, the tenderness between the two of them, as Rafter presses her lips to Orwayâs defeated face, is touchingly sweet. Rafter is premiering another piece, featuring 26 glowing balls, for Fertile Groundâs Groovinâ Greenhouse showcase, which I look forward to seeing.