Evolved from the CAT·14 and the Actors Labs, Theatre du Pif launches a new 2-year program SEED 2020, aiming to improve the skill and insight of Hong Kong theatre practitioners and to consolidate a unique training and performance-research platform to enrich their craft, knowledge and perspectives.
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International Actors’ Lab series
A theatre training and research base to create an international actors’ platform in Hong Kong where local and international performers will gather for 11 days.
The Wings ONE
2-4 Aug 2021
International Workshop series
Assembled three world-class artists from voice, directing and dance theatre, the Workshop series focuses on the professional development of theatre professionals from Hong Kong and Asia.
The Feldenkrais Approach to Performance” with Deborah Bowes
Ten Waves gatherings
Art and Life are inseparable. The ten gatherings are specifically composed to evoke art participation and appreciation in a real-life context. The collaborators who have worked with the Company will be sharing their journey in art-making and inspiration in their daily life which excites and nourishes them.
ONE: Light Unfolds
Lighting and pop-up art designer Lau Ming Hang who has collaborated with the Company for many years will share his light journey.
10 -11 Jul 2020
TWO: The Drum Journey
From Taichi to drum practice, a self-exploration of the connection between the body and sound vibration. Theatre director Alex Cheung will also share his drum and theatre journey.
18 Apr 2021
THREE: Flow of the Heart
Hofan Chau as our guide along a journey: beginning with a deep reconnection with the Heart as a source of fresh images; and allowing ourselves to move and be moved by these images through body, space and time.
14 Jun 2021
FOUR: How Did We all Come to Live Here?
A group of housewives from Tuen Mun who performed in the Company's community theatre projects over 16 years ago will gather again and share their family stories of the past and future.
17 July 2021
Love in the time of
The Lab will path a rich research process towards the realization of the final performance project which takes its rich textual resource from Gabriel Marquez’s astounding novel: Love in the time of cholera.
SEED 2020 is financially supported by the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region