Not just about a meal－ Dining On the New Year's Eve
Benjamin BRITTEN: War Requiem — Poetry of Memory and Death in Motion
Fulfill Dreams through Music “The Snowman and We’re Going on a Bear Hunt”
How Long Is Now? Infuses Magic into Everyday Life
How Long Is Now? is the meeting point of new definitions of spectacle and perils and the show runs with a conquering sense of humor.
Program Note - DOIS
A noteworthy point about “Twin Brothers” is in its visual presentation. The two performers have drawn different lines in the theatrical space or on the stage floor using different media.
A New World of Imagination for Our Body, Senses, and Emotions: “Humans” in a Contemporary Circus
Chinese yo-yos are tossed in the air and roll around the stage; wheels whirl with the rhythms of music; two performers skate on the tiny round stage and one of them throw off the other; a singer climbs onto a piano to disrupt the play before hanging onto an eye-shaped object with another performer…
Dance for Dance's Sake: There Is No Boundaries
Dancing Grandmothers embodies the concept that dance sets no boundaries. If the statement that one used to like dancing when one was young stands valid, dancing can be an affair that lasts a lifetime. Watching the senior ladies move their body freely in colorful costume and get from one place to another on stage in articulated disco beat is very enthralling, as if they were making a call for the audience. What a lark it is to dance!
Talk Profile | When Words Become Dance: Literature, Music, and Images in Die Brautschminkerin
The Kaohsiung sun was shining with a passionate heat on June 1st. I arrived early on purpose and saw that Lin Mei-Hong was already on scene, hurrying back and forth within the venue, rearranging the details of the performance with attentiveness and patience.