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Eiko And Koma Dance Company

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January 12, 1995 | WILLIAM HARRIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
What Eiko and Koma do onstage is difficult to describe accurately. These Japanese-born artists have been acclaimed by dance critics across the United States and in Europe, but their performances are hardly dance in any traditional sense. Instead, they enact mysterious rituals, set in desolate dreamscapes. Little happens, and yet this couple--Eiko is the woman and Koma the man--manage to elongate time.
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January 12, 1995 | WILLIAM HARRIS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
What Eiko and Koma do onstage is difficult to describe accurately. These Japanese-born artists have been acclaimed by dance critics across the United States and in Europe, but their performances are hardly dance in any traditional sense. Instead, they enact mysterious rituals, set in desolate dreamscapes. Little happens, and yet this couple--Eiko is the woman and Koma the man--manage to elongate time.
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