About This Show

New York-based experimental choreographer/performance-technology artist Koosil-Ja Hwang presents an electrifying multimedia dance-performance with live 3-D video seamlessly incorporated along with elements of traditional noh music and choreography from the classic noh play Dojoji. The legends surrounding Dojo-ji Temple in Wakayama, southeast of Osaka, have inspired numerous noh and kabuki plays about the vengeful spirit of a spurned woman. By juxtaposing the restrained and subtle choreography of Dojoji with 3-D video imaging projected on a video pendulum, the daring Bessie Award-winning choreographer/dancer transposes the work into her own aesthetic.

Show Details

Dates: Opening Night: May 31, 2007 Final Performance: June 2, 2007

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