"Only William Lü in his lyrical 'Red Autumn' duet with Aya Yoneyama enforced absolute equality and showed this 'spectrum' that men can still dance with women without seeming either overbearing or irrelevant."
- Lewis Siegel, Los Angeles Times

"Lu is in a class by himself.... Lu is a risk-taker, throwing himself to
the floor, into the air, without heed. He knows how to get music from his body"
- Laura Bleiberg, Orange County Register

"William Lu gave a memorable performance in his agility and sense of daring as he pounced and balanced from chair to chair like a charming, enigmatic cat"
- Oberon's Grove, NYC

"William Lu had a breath-taking solo of careening leaps..."
- The Orange County Register

"Lu looks nothing like Gene Kelly, but he played the Ladies' Man especially well with technical skill and understated huffing and eye rolls."
- SanDiego.com

"The most noteworthy"
- The North County Times

Backhausdance at Joyce Soho Obreron's Grove
Young Troupe Shows Promise OC Register
Dancing strong but ... North County Times
  by Tracy Cummings (09/15/04)
19th edition of 'Spectrum'... LA Times
  by Lewis Segal (05/10/2004)
Troupes celebrate agility and passion LA Times
  by Victoria Looseleaf (04/05/2004)
MixUp is up close and personal SDTheatreScene
  by Kris Eitland (3/29/2004)
Keeping It in Step the Desert Sun
  ("Red Autumn" pic) (08/11/2003)

The Show Must Go On...

LA Times
  by Victoria Looseleaf (06/09/2003)
  (on BackhausDance)

Dancers, choreographers win awards...

the Desert Sun
  by Bruce Fessier (11/05/2002)

Dancing in the Light

Chapman Journal
  (April 2002)