The Spirits Play Online R&D Workshop
In this online R&D, Kuo Pao Kun’s The Spirits Play will be used as a starting point for devising to explore the malleable nature of war and peace in the context of contemporary Asia. The crossover and dialogue of the following art forms will be also explored: Japanese Noh Theatre, Javanese Classical dance, Chinese Traditional Kun Opera and Contemporary theatre/dance.
At the end of this R&D, we hope to work with five artists in different countries to develop a 50-minute online presentation, which will serve as the basis for the next stage of creation. The final presentation can be made public to invited guests, potential presenters, and more.
Liu Xiaoyi (Singapore)
Kuo Pao Kun (Singapore)
- Didik Nini Thowok (Javanese dance, Yogyakarta)
- Ke Jun (Kunqu Opera, Nanjing)
- Okorn-Kuo Jing Hong (Contemporary Theatre, Graz)
- Shimizu Kanji (Noh Theatre, Tokyo)
- Yamashiro Ayano (Ryukyu Dance, Okinawa)
- Chen Lin (Qingdao)
- Kim Sun Hee (Seoul)
- Rossella Ferrari (Vienna)
- Tadashi Uchino (Tokyo)
- TBC (Singapore)