Home Made mounts a daring exploration of the awkwardness of human beauty and the struggles of intimate negotiation. On stage, a male and female duo is accompanied by male and female live vocalists, interweaving music and movement. With sharp, aggressive choreography and an original score, Home Made explores the delicate balance between tenderness and hostility, where playfulness becomes manipulation and exploration shades into aggression.

Home Made was funded in part by a 2010 Regional Arts and Culture Council Project Grant.