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The Remembering Resource (II): RE-CRAFTING ANCIENT TEXTS FOR PERFORMER

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An intergenerational dialogue with Dr Lee Chee Ken & Neo Hai Bin on the dramaturgy of ancient texts in Theatre OX's performances and beyond.

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Join us in this stimulating dialogue between NEO HAI BIN, a young arts practitioner, and Dr LEE CHEE KENG, one of the core members of Theatre OX.

Re-crafting Ancient Texts for OX's Performers discusses the ancient texts and mythologies used in Theatre OX, as well as how these texts were adapted dramaturgically for the performances. It is an opportunity to discover how these texts can transcend time, space and genre, and offer us insights into the wisdom of nature and being.

诚意邀请您参与年轻剧场实践者梁海彬与老牛剧场核心成员之一李集庆博士之间具启发性的对谈。

《为“老牛”的表演者重创古老文本》讨论的是关于老牛剧场当年使用的古代文本和神话,以及这些文本如何在戏剧结构上进行改编并将之移植入表演中。 这是发现这些文本如何超越时间、空间和类别,并让我们洞察自然和本我智慧的机会。

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In-venue & live stream online (registration is needed), Free/By donation of any amount

Language: English (Mandarin interpretation if needed)

现场呈献 及 线上呈献 (需报名),免费/乐捐

语言:英语 (若需要,我们将提供华语翻译)


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About Theatre OX

Theatre OX (1995-2007) was one of the first ensemble-based theatre collectives in Singapore, known for their unconventional performances, which incorporated rich cultural sources with Western theatrical approaches. The group was renowned for their systematic and laborious training in pursuit of performance craft. Theatre OX had ventured to various theatre companies in Poland and was the resident theatre group at the Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards, Italy in 1998. In time, some of the OX members continued to work as individual actors under one branch of the research at the Workcenter, The Bridge - Developing Theatre Arts (1999 - 2006).

老牛剧场(1995-2007)是新加坡以演员为核心的剧团之一。演出经常在非正规场地进行,并将这些丰富的文化资源与西方戏剧形式结合在一起。“老牛”也以有系统、持之以恒、身体力行的训练驰名。 他们曾远赴波兰多个剧团进行戏剧考察,并于1998年成为意大利耶日.格罗托夫斯基和托马斯·理查兹工作中心的常驻剧团。之后,一些成员在该中心之“桥梁-发展戏剧艺术 (1999-2006)及/或 “艺乘” 继续研习。

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Organiser Grain Performance & Research Lab

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Headed by Artistic Director Beverly Yuen, Grain PR Lab comprises artists, scholars, and managers from diverse fields, with a strong focus on developing cross-disciplinary works with intellectual and experiential engagement for the audience.

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To build a quality repertoire of physical and poetic theatre, set within transcultural and cross-disciplinary contexts, supported by a strong focus on research in performance anthropology and cultural policies.

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To create performances engaging with transcendental aesthetics, through works developed on principles of humanism within transcultural contexts.

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