Watching Il n’y a plus de firmament at Kwai Tsing Theatre was a weird thing: the red velvet chair had grown some arms and legs, warped around you and slowly rotated in 3-dimensional manner. The 1 ½ hour long performance was definitely not an ordinary experience of traditional dance or drama. It’s more like riding with a wicked walking chair into a surrealistic gallery – a visual journey in theatrical form.
The legend slips in sweat and scent,
Leave the tango alone – for itself is a legend of its own Tango Por Dos of Argentina performed Tango Una Leyenda ( Tango: The Legend ) at Kwai Tsing Theatre at November 19th & 20 th . A closing event of all dance performance form this year’s Latin Passion Festival, it’s no doubt a lustrous treat for Tango lovers. In the performance, passionate response from audience was mainly rooted from exquisite technique and artistic virtuosity of dancers and musicians.
The emergence of New Media Theatre is a process of mutual absorption between the art of theatre and digital technology. In the theatre performance field, it is a new brand that almost everyone what to share a taste. Indeed, certain misconceptions fabricate a misty phenomenon to barricade the innermost subject. One would complain digital media generates too much problems to in theatre: it’s unstable, unpredictable and hard to trust; it’s either too captivating or ineffective in performance. The fact is, more and more artist involve in multimedia performance proved that there is a need to treat digital media as an artistic expression.
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CityU Today #29
Everyone has the chance to create their own masterpiece – to choreograph their life into a beautiful work of art. University education is a catalyst for this creative process.