Premiered at Peak Performances @ Montclair State in April 2015, with lighting design by Robert Wierzel, TRIPTYCH includes SOLO COUNTERSOLO (2013), a revised SOMEWHERE, and the premiere of SOLILOQUY, a film. Latsky was selected by MSU as the first participant in "Dance for Film on Location at Montclair State University," a three-year short film initiative underwritten by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Through elegant landscapes, intimate portraits, quiet stillnesses and frenetic bursts, SOLILOQUY addresses our propensity to judge people by their physical appearance and defies our preconceptions about dance, revealing virtuosity and beauty in unexpected ways. Latsky's intention was to create a film that conveys with deep intimacy the people in it--something she feels is much harder to accomplish in a live dance performance, where the audience’s distance from the dancers inhibits them from seeing the dancers’ faces. SOLILOQUY is a magnifying glass, an entree into the internal worlds of everyone in it. Similarly, set to an original score by Ximena Borges and featuring a diverse cast, this version of SOMEWHERE is a poetic interweaving of solos and duets, embracing difference and the inherent isolation of being human with fierceness and frankness.