主辦 │ Presented by:
The Gong Strikes One
地點 │ Venue:
Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
日期│Date: 2017. 06. 10 – 11
Chinese opera has often been seen as an art form that tells historical tales, and that of Wu Song’s is one of the classics. Yet in this work, Wu is no longer the protagonist, nor does Chinese opera take up the task to tell his story. Instead, Wu’s story is transformed into a medium for Chinese opera to explore itself as a theatrical form of body movements and musical gestures. All utterances have been removed and Wu now becomes no more than an anonymous man on stage, called “I”.
鑼鼓：戴日輝 大鼓：龍樂欣 （特邀）
二絃：陳志江 竹提琴：李家謙 （特邀）
Cast: NG Kwok-wa
Gongs and Drums: DAI Ri-hui, LUNG Lok-yun (Guest Musician)
Strings: CHAN Chi-kong, LEE Ka-him (Guest Musician)
綵排攝影／Rehearsal Photography: Jesse ClockworkPosted by 一才鑼鼓 The Gong Strikes One on Wednesday, 28 June 2017
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