...what arose was confusion because Quilan would dance with the question in mind, but it was never good enough for his peers. Then, when there was a self-and-situational frustration about not accomplishing their desire, a peer looked at Quilan excitedly and said, "THAT! Use that!" It worked temporarily, but when the frustration subsided, so did the rageful spirit.
The focus on intention-behind-the-movement excited Quilan. His dance training rarely, if ever, foregrounded that aspect of choreography. And, the pressure of quickly rehearsing for a show with people he barely knew was not his conducive environment to improve in this way. Was there a safe community to train one's imagination and conjure specific energies within choreography? He couldn't find one, and thus he chose to create one. And, so, the onCUE Chronicles process was born.