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Strange Kinoko Dance Company (Strange Kinoko Dance Company)

Strange Kinoko Dance Company

The acclaimed all-female dance company presents the world premiere of Flowers, a new site-specific piece created for the festival.

  • Sat., Feb. 16, 2008
  • KC CafĂ©
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One of the most popular dance companies in Japan, this acclaimed all-female dance company presents the world premiere of Flowers, a new site-specific piece created for the festival. The troupe approaches dance from different angles and perspectives and pursues originality with site-specific creations.

The company will also give a free performance on the Millennium Stage, February 15 at 6 p.m.

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