Pre-intermission, we are exposed to two of Forsythe’s works, The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude and Approximate Sonata 2016. The first – as the title so adequately implies – is a short and satisfying series of vignettes of varying groupings of the five-member cast. The women are donned in futuristic chartreuse tutus while the men wear vibrant purple biketards. Upon the curtain rising, Naoya Ebe and Harrison James are poised still, only they knowing what is to come. And what is to come is a non-stop energetic suite of dancing set to Franz Shubert’s exuberant Allegro Vivace from Symphony No. 9 in C Major. All in the quintet are superbly precise in the quick footwork and off-balance movements that are signature to Forsythe, but the men shine particularly in their abilities to reach such great heights with such great speed.