"Sadan is one of those dancers whom you find impossible to take your eyes off. The extreme height, the long neck, the imposing extension and an ironic manner are hers to command. She simply stands out in any crowd."
"ODC boasts world-class contemporary dancers, and they moved with weight, intention and a compelling tenderness...Sadan in particular seemed to dance on a different plane altogether, propelled by a mysterious inner momentum."
"In work so dependent on partnering and ballet technique, it’s heartening that the women show just as much brute strength and daring as the men. The alert Josie G. Sadan, a kind of exalted figure, dances with a more ethereal remove, until an exacting solo in silence at the end, where she gathers energy like a brewing storm."
The New York Times
"The dancing by the 10 members of Moses' troupe was never less than stirring and often spectacular. The women possess ballet training that shows in their respect for line and speed of articulation...This is clearly a team from whom one can expect small miracles."