The wheel of time keeps turning, and the passing of days and nights repeats thousands of times, carrying countless stories. Yet, Yen-Cheng Liu’s new piece is not about The Arabian Nights’ fantasies. It is a “brain boosting” exercise in which sensory reality is reconstructed.
Adapted from Chien-Wu Chen’s classic Coming Back Alive by playwright Meng-Huan Lin during his residency in NTT, the story follows a Taiwanese soldier’s memory of the Pacific War. A song about two protagonists’ inseparable fate must be sung on as a proof of survival.
A box office success during its debut in 2020, despite the impact of COVID-19, Start Over will finally go on tour this autumn. Performances will take place in September at National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying), and in October at National Taichung Theater.
8 years after the last tour of 1875 Ravel and Bolero, thanks to the support of National Kaohsiung Center for the Arts (Weiwuying), this beloved Dance-Travel project will return to share the joy of dance, with more than 20 performances in the greater Kaohsiung area.
From 2010 to 2014, began with a simple concept of reaching people unfamiliar with dance in public places, Shu-Yi Chou has brought 1875 Ravel and Bolero to many cities. By collecting the memories of its journey, this book will touch the audience’s heart once again.
The script reading podcast series aims to introduce new scripts. Calling for plays that have never been performed before, the series gathers professional actors to read through, and invites the playwrights to talk about the creative process. Join us to unbox newfound stories!