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June Watanabe in Company and collaborators for Watanabe's Noh Project II, 'Can't is 'Night', 2003
Mogg, Andy
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Museum of Performance and Design, Performing Arts Library
Images from the Preserving Bay Area Dance Legacies project
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June Watanabe in Company in Noh Project II, 'Can't is 'Night', which was conceived and directed by Watanabe Pictured are June Watanabe, Anshin Uchida (Noh Master), Leslie Scalapino (poet), Pauline Oliveros (accordion) and musicians Phil Gelb (shakuhachi), Shoko Hikage (koto), and Toyoji Tomita (trombone).
Watanabe, June
Noh project II Can't is night (Choreographic work : Watanabe)
Scalapino, Leslie
Oliveros, Pauline, 1932-2016
Gelb, Phil
Hikage, Shōko
Tomita, Toyoji
June Watanabe Papers

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