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Two years ago, 32-year-old director/translator Eriko Ogawa returned to Japan after 10 years in New York and presented a riveting production of “The Late Henry Moss,” Sam Shepard’s 2000 Pulitzer prize-winning tale of loves and hatreds in a frontier family way out West.

Though still a virtual unknown in her homeland, that debut work in Japan earned Ogawa the Odashima Yushi Award, a prestigious 2010 drama-translation prize.

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