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A world premiere offers a unique take on Philippine dance

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Alexandra Diaz de Fato in 'Palau'an Bird Call'
PHOTO BY WILFRED GALILA

Another notable element of Loyola's choreography is that the blowgun, when used on the chakras, is transformed into a tool of healing. So perhaps it was not surprising to find that, after watching this work in progress, a huge storm had washed away the city's soot — leaving Market Street's formerly grimy sidewalks positively glistening. *

PALAU'AN BIRD CALL - HUNI NG TANDIKAN

Fri/2-Sat/3, 8pm (also Sat/3, 2pm), $21-26

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

701 Mission, SF

www.kularts.org

 

Comments

This is a positive step in Filipino identity. We are more than that "bamboo dance", Manny Pacquiao and the Sun & 3 Stars

Posted by Christian Cabuay on Oct. 31, 2012 @ 8:42 am

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