Reminiscence: The World of the Strange Tales – Part 2 - Gary Ng Photography
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Reminiscence: The World of the Strange Tales – Part 2

The performance has gathered local Malay, Chinese, and Indian dancers to perform together. Other than this, Master Waguri also combined Butoh, contemporary dance, and traditional dance elements in his creation in order to create a different style and new way of dance; this will be a major highlight of the performance.

Maybe audiences generally think that Butoh shows darkness, ugliness and the grotesque side, but Reminiscence. The World of the Strange Tales is different; it tries to reflect the different faces of Butoh, also tries to explore humanity from the darkness. And more importantly, how to find light in darkness, honesty, goodness and beauty. We sincerely hope the audiences will be able to absorb the love and beauty.

  • Isa Ruiz
    Posted at 00:45h, 19 June Reply

    Wonderful photos! I like all. I had a short experience with the butoh and I can remember that need a high level of concentration with slow movements. Was a nice experience

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 00:50h, 19 June Reply

      Hey Isa, thanks again for your kind compliments. Yes you are correct on the concentration and slow movements part, kudos to you dancers

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