When Japanese choreographer Kim Itoh and his company The Glorious Future first performed in the UK in 1999, their memorable work featured three naked male dancers strutting their stuff. The return visit this year was a little more sober in terms of attire but just as eclectic and explosive in the choreographic sense. Itoh is a choreographer with a penchant for mixing his genres with a dash of ballet, theatre, and Butoh sizzling away in his creative genes. He has been tagged the "bad boy" of ...

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