I like that lexy let us add dance moves to the performance that was really cool
— Middle School Student, St. Stephen's Youth Program, South End Boston, MA

"It felt great that we did something we liked and we got to do something that was actually worth it"  

- Middle School Student, St. Stephen's Youth Program, South End Boston, MA


Lexy brings out the youthful energy and the wise elegance of community stories, told by average citizens intent on their message. Working with Lexy evokes joy, serenity, talent, poignancy, loss, gratitude and empowerment. In Lexy’s transformative program, I became a more compassionate and empathetic member of the human family.
— Ethel Simonetti , age 71, member, Lyon Park Neighborhood, Durham North Carolina
 
It was such an honor to work with Lexy in the “A People to Believe In” show, and embody the rich histories of community members through dance and other forms of artistic expression.
— Kalifa Wright, Dancer, Duke University
 
The range of imaginative, artistic and practical, logistical skills needed to pull off this performance was considerable, but at the end, the hard work never showed. It had been turned into beautiful, powerful expression of the history of a community, at risk of being forgotten but now danced back into life.
— Richard Brodhead President, Duke University March 2016
 
It was amazing to do the project, I had fun doing it and that when Lexy and Joseph they supported us to do this project!
— Middle School Student, St. Stephen's Youth Program, South End Boston, MA
 
I was always looking forward to when she arrived at the studio to rehearse because I knew I would be given a gift as well as challenged.
— Tony C. Johnson, Free Lance Dancer/ Choreographer "Embodying History Through Movement Project"
 
I liked that we could go to this amazing college and people liked our awesome project and got a reward for it.
— Middle School Student, St. Stephens Youth Program, South End Boston, MA