Examples of -KIN
Rarely has the dance of shadows, the interplay of light and dark, been put to better storytelling effect in the theater than in the extraordinary "Shun-kin," a collaboration between the London-based company Complicite and Japan's Setagaya Public Theatre that brings to the stage a curious 1933 tale of love and sadomasochism by the Japanese writer Jun'ichiro Tanizaki.
(Charles McNulty, Los Angeles Times Theater Critic in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )
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