Sara Rudner remembers seeing Unprocessed: "I did see a performance in the gallery all those years ago. I remember...[Twyla] dancing some difficult bit...Margie would remember more. She is the memory bank."
Margaret Jenkins writes, "I remember Unprocessed as a work in which I was bound in elastic and had to slowly peel it off and then walk down some steps at Hunter, and eventually crack an egg on the floor and continue doing a backwards sommersault."
A large cellophane canopy rustles and billows overhead, accompanying the dancers. The dance ends when the canopy descends and covers the dancers: a final curtain trapping the performers and stilling the movement.