Noctu Irish Dance at The Irish Repertory Theatre: Kill for a ticket
Posted on Tuesday, September 20, 2011 at 09:55 AM
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With his new show Noctu, Irish dance director and choreographer Breandan de Galli has created arguably the most challenging Irish dance work ever seen on a New York stage.
Noctu, which means stripped or laid bare in Irish, sweeps away everything before it in a work that breaks all the rules.
In tomorrow's Irish Voice Cahir O'Doherty talks to the show’s choreographer and has one piece of advice for you: kill for a ticket.