New York City
Versatile, dynamic, humorous, original, unconventional and award winning. Switzerland’s bi-racial choreographing duo Misato Inoue and Félix Duméril make their San Francisco debut with a metaphorical example of the so-called clash of cultures.
Another Chopsticks Story was created with an approach that applies a humorous nod to the story of Madame Butterfly and is virtuosically delivered with a large portion of self-irony.
Tea for Two is an exuberantly energetic duet that juxtaposes Swiss and Japanese cultures. An encounter between a Swiss man and a Japanese woman sees their language difficulties humorously overcome through warm-hearted movement.
In Black Swan Misato Inoue unfolds in a playful, but also aesthetic way like an choreographed origami creating a wide field of possibilities. A small but smart choreography as an homage to beauty and creativity.