Takuya Muramatsu of Dairakudakan

The Art of Butoh: A Contemporary Japanese Dance Form

Friday - Saturday, January 24 - 25 @ 8 pm

EARLYNN J. MILLER DANCE THEATRE


PHOTO BY DREW BERGMAN
Don't miss this unique dance event!

Experience the mystery and beauty of the Japanese dance art form known as Butoh. These performances cap off a two-week residency by Takuya Muramatsu of Dairakudakan, one of the great exponents of the dynamic art form. This concert includes a work made with theatre and dance students during the residency, as well as a solo and group work by adjunct faculty member Julia Vessey, a former member of Dairakudakan. www.dairakudakan.com

A CVPA Cultural Connections Artist-in-Residence event. This event is supported by the College of Visual and Performing Arts, the School of Theatre and Dance, the Office of Diversity, the Office of International Programs and International Student Services. 


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