|Concept and Choreography||Lin Hwai-min|
Hakka traditional folk songs, LIANG Chun-mei, ISHII Maki, Vincenzo Bellini, Camille Saint-Saëns, Richard Strauss
|Set Design||Lin Keh-hua|
|Lighting Design||Lulu W.l.lee|
|Projection Design||Ethan Wang|
|Videographer||Chang Hao-jan (Howell)|
|Costume Design/Execution||Ann Yu Chien, Li-Ting Huang and Department Of Fashion Design From Shih Chien University|
|Creative Assistant to Mr. Lin||Liang Chun-mei|
|Moscow||June 17, 18, 19, 20||Mossovet Theatre|
June 12, 13
||Opera and Ballet Theatre|
Photosynthesis is real and Cloud Gate Dance Theatre takes you through the great cycle of life with Rice. The imagery is breathtaking and the trembling bodies force you to settle, be still and think about rehabilitating our Earth.
What is extraordinary about Lin’s work, and the way Cloud Gate performs it, is how it can undermine Western expectations about how time unfolds on stage. He can build shapes so slowly and unfurl phrases so meticulously that his choreography seems to happen in a parallel universe, while his dancers evince an almost superhuman control over their bodies.
A sharply moving synthesis of man and nature, east and west, death and rebirth... Lin’s own song of the Earth.
Fiery rhythms from Taiwan. Sensual treats for the eyes.
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