Where Is Home exists in a world of unsolvable contradictions. This work is a metaphor to our hopes and despairs, our victories and our failures, our pride and shame, our surrender and power, and ultimately our life and our death. This work cycles through various imagistic landscapes of isolation, childhood, gender identity, and societal displacement by questioning how we fit into a world that feels like it's continually fighting against us. This work uses a pile of clothing as both a prop and a set. While the dancers continually change their outfits throughout the work, the piles represent a point of action, a ritual, an opportunity, and a sanctuary. The pile is a culmination of a journey past and present that gives the audience a glimpse into the intimate minds of the performers linked by this journey. Using playful and raucous humor in relation to sensitive and sometimes spontaneous composition, this work creates a home the dancers have built themselves. Come in and join us.