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Perpetual Motion Machine: KENTARO!! on Stage

MUMBAI, March 20, 2012 — Highlights: the Japanese contemporary dancer and choreographer known as KENTARO!! performs his solo piece After Raining, It Will Be Sunny, which was inspired in part by the Japanese tsunami and nuclear disaster of March 2011. (13 min., 15 sec.)

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