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March 12, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT
Dan Kuramoto, leader of the Japanese-American band Hiroshima, interrupted his discussion of the group's latest project--the play "Sansei," which begins previews tonight--to have a panic attack. "We're out of our territory," said Kuramoto, 41, looking frazzled after rushing crosstown to this restaurant interview following a play rehearsal. "We're musicians. And we're about to open at the Mark Taper Forum in a play? Sometimes I wonder what the hell we're doing."
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March 12, 1989 | DENNIS HUNT
Dan Kuramoto, leader of the Japanese-American band Hiroshima, interrupted his discussion of the group's latest project--the play "Sansei," which begins previews tonight--to have a panic attack. "We're out of our territory," said Kuramoto, 41, looking frazzled after rushing crosstown to this restaurant interview following a play rehearsal. "We're musicians. And we're about to open at the Mark Taper Forum in a play? Sometimes I wonder what the hell we're doing."
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