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Yuan Yuan Tan 谭元元 and Vitor Luiz

© Souheil Michael Khoury

Yuan Yuan Tan 谭元元 and Vitor Luiz, “RAkU” choreography by Yuri Possokhov Юрий Посохов, music by Shinji Eshima, San Francisco Ballet

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Posted by on Tuesday, October 2, 2018 in Unique

 

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Noelani Pantastico, Seth Orza and Kyle Davis

Noelani Pantastico – © Angela Sterling / Pacific Northwest Ballet

Noelani Pantastico and Kyle Davis – © Angela Sterling / Pacific Northwest Ballet

Noelani Pantastico and Seth Orza – © Angela Sterling / Pacific Northwest Ballet

Noelani Pantastico as “Princess”, Seth Orza as “Samurai” and Kyle Davis as “Monk”, “RAkU”, music by Shinji Eshima (2011), libretto by Gary Wang, choreography by Yuri Possokhov Юрий Посохов, staging by Quinn Wharton, scenic and projection design by Alexander V. Nichols, costume design by Mark Zappone from “Emergence” (“Little mortal jump” by Alejandro Cerrudo, “RAkU” by Yuri Possokhov Юрий Посохов and “Emergence” by Crystal Pite. April 13-22, 2018), Pacific Northwest Ballet

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Posted by on Friday, April 13, 2018 in Unique

 

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