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LA Times – Oguri

Los Angeles Times Monday March 27, 2006 At its heart, a dark tale old and familiar By Victoria Looseleaf First there is the face: Astonishing in its many guises, this is a visage simultaneously old and young, ecstatic and empty; … More…

LA Downtown News – Caddy! Caddy! Caddy!

On a recent Monday morning, the Japanese- born, Los Angeles based choreographer who goes by the single appellation, Oguri is sipping green tea from a delicate, white- and-blue porcelain teacup. More…

Orange County Register – Caddy! Caddy! Caddy!

“Oguri, the master, is in a class by himself. And he surpassed even himself in this piece…, a memorable theatrical event.” Butoh artist Oguri captures the thick humidity and Gothic atmosphere of William Faulkner’s decaying South. More…

Los Angeles Times – Caddy! Caddy! Caddy!

First there is the face: Astonishing in its many guises, this is a visage simultaneously old and young, ecstatic and empty; one where a surprised look becomes a world of wisdom living within a sly, sweet smile. This is the face of Oguri, butoh master and L.A. jewel…. More…

LA Downtown News – Cold Dream Colour

When Morleigh Steinberg moved to Ireland about 20 years ago after marrying U2 guitarist The Edge, she was immediately drawn to the paintings of Louis le Brocquy, a widely hailed Irish artist and close friend of the band. More…

LA Times – Cold Dream Colour

“a virtuoso performance”
- “a striking visual success” Visceral expressionism and a prodigious visual beauty coalesced in “Cold Dream Colour, ” a dance-theater homage to seminal Irish artist Louis le Brocquy. More…

Irish Times Magazine – Cold Dream Colour

Morleigh Steinberg has devised a dance homage to Louis le Brocquy. Róisín Ingle met her at a break in rehearsals. More… More…

Irish Independent – Cold Dream Colour

IT’S NICE to see a bit of rock-star oomph being injected into the world of contemporary dance. More…

The Irish Times – Cold Dream Colour

Although it is billed as a dance homage to Louis le Brocquy, Cold Dream Colour refused to be a moving representation of static canvases. The first moments made it clear that this would be more than a visual experience. More…

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