“One ◆ piece” is a metaphorical representation of the Tokyo city life motif. Each dancer embodies one finger and choreography represents communication between them. Through the intercourse of fingers, the author talks about the relationship between dance and contemporary society. In the “one ◆ piece” dances a famous five-member dance group Un Yamada which consists of only men. The show shows the bold and powerful style of Un Yamada and the ability to tell a story through the dance, giving a strong emotion. Dancers carry the entire story with remarkable technique and sensuality that holds the viewer into a whirlwind throughout the piece.
The choreography of the production is characterized by a strong and confident character of the author, who, despite the knowledge of dance art, speaks to everyone. It’s a beautiful combination of contemporary dance and classical ballet, which is a tragic story behind the spectacular choreography. Facials, technique, chemistry between dancers, and Un Yamada’s choreography make it an unforgettable show.