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2017 CounterCurrent Festival presents winter guests

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Photo by Alan Oyen

This interdisciplinary performance incorporates the formality of kabuki, the prideful energy of flamenco, and the instinctive physicality of contemporary dance through the meeting between two multi-award-winning artists: the Argentinian-born Daniel Proietto, trained in kabuki, and the 76-year-old Shōji Kojima, who moved to Spain from Japan to become a master of flamenco.

This interdisciplinary performance incorporates the formality of kabuki, the prideful energy of flamenco, and the instinctive physicality of contemporary dance through the meeting between two multi-award-winning artists: the Argentinian-born Daniel Proietto, trained in kabuki, and the 76-year-old Shōji Kojima, who moved to Spain from Japan to become a master of flamenco.

This interdisciplinary performance incorporates the formality of kabuki, the prideful energy of flamenco, and the instinctive physicality of contemporary dance through the meeting between two multi-award-winning artists: the Argentinian-born Daniel Proietto, trained in kabuki, and the 76-year-old Shōji Kojima, who moved to Spain from Japan to become a master of flamenco.

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WHERE

Midtown Arts and Theatre Center Houston (MATCH)
3400 Main St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.countercurrentfestival.org/project/simulacrum/

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Admission is free.
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