“The Beauty Industries’ Insanity,” choreographed by Jennifer Seye, takes a more literal, brassy approach. In her piece, Seye, a tall blonde who towers above the rest of the company, rails against the concept of “one size fits all.” She built a full set for the piece, and at first, the viewers will only see the dancers’ feet as they struggle behind dressing room curtains to put on clothing that does not fit them. A voice-over by humorist Erma Bombeck opens: “I am of the firm opinion that if this is allowed to continue, ‘one size fits all’ will virtually annihilate anyone over 100 pounds,” she says, to canned laughter. The dancers eventually emerge from the dressing room and do a series of vampy, tongue-in-cheek poses and butt shakes for the audience. But the humorous tone gradually transitions to something darker, until the performers begin to call out specific, clearly personal, beliefs about themselves as they clutch at their bodies: “I’m so old! I hate it!” yells one. “I have no boobs! I look like a boy!” cries another. By the end, they are on the ground, crawling.