Set to nostalgic music, Fyffe continues to build on her modern brand of dance, and judging by the turnout her company has become an audience favourite.
It’s hard not to be entertained by Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight, Marvin Gaye and other kings and queens of soul.
Irwin Chow and Alyssa Petrolo’s duet was the show's defining moment. It moved in both dance and emotion. Another standout performance came from Jonna Abrams to Otis Redding’s “Try a little tenderness”.
Fyffe’s choreography, though refreshing and unique, falls victim to its own strengths resulting in monotonous and indistinguishable pieces.
The audience interaction was engaging, but came across a bit gimmicky. Pulse would have been positively received regardless.
Overall, the show flowed smoothly, and competently held my attention.