ACTOR / SINGER / DANCER

"committed, captivating, very expressive - Critical Dance (read full review here)

“Micheline Wu, who is trained in Chinese dance, [in addition to being the choreographer] also plays Tamate, Kayama’s tradition-bound, kimono-clad wife, imbuing the unfortunate character with intensity and grace, the latter exemplified by her fluid dance with a fluttering fan.“ - Carolyn Clay, WBUR on Pacific Overtures at the Lyric Stage Company of Boston (read full review here)

“The show’s talented choreographer, Micheline Wu, as Kayama’s wife Tamate. Wu shines in one of the most affecting scenes, as she anguishes over the possibility that her husband’s mission will fail and they will both have to kill themselves out of shame. Two “observers” sing the spare, haunting “There Is No Other Way”—one singing about Tamate, the other voicing her words and thoughts—while Wu dances the story to the sounds of flute, percussion, and piano.” - Evelyn Rosenthal, The Arts Fuse (read full review here)

“Micheline Wu captures the vulnerability and angst of Tamate (Kayama’s wife).” - Jules Becker, Boston Theatre Wings (read full review here)

“[Micheline Wu] captures Tamate’s raw vulnerability in a fan dance during the reflective number, There is No Other Way.“ - Jeanne Denizard, The Sleepless Critic (read full review here)

VIDEOS

REELS

VOCAL REEL

ACTING REEL

DANCE REEL

FILM

Excerpts from "Weeping Willow Speaks"

Tears - Single Shot

Confrontation - Scene

SINGING

"Gorgeous", The Apple Tree

"Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered", Pal Joey

"A Part of That", The Last Five Years

"How Lovely To Be A Woman", Bye Bye Birdie

"The Beauty Is", The Light in the Piazza

"You Oughta Know", Alanis Morissette

DANCE

Chinese Dance

Contact Improvisation & Partnering

"The Sleepwalker" (Excerpt from "Perchance to Dream")

"Soliloquy" (Excerpt)

PHOTOS

THEATER

DANCE