Opera: Blooming Garden of Countless Fragrances Taipei Opera Theater’s 50th Anniversary Concert
You might be wondering, how can opera possibly relate to everyday life?
The body talks! Embracing the uniqueness of oneself and others, becoming freer and more complete
During the Covid-19 outbreak in 2020, the Dance South project initiated by three cities in Taiwan and Spain made a change of plans by turning to the Internet, where it conducted online exchanges on dance choreography creation and adopted a new model of learning to deepen the connection between artists and institutions from different countries.
Bolero in Kaohsiung interview
If every piece of art has a great mission, Bolero in Kaohsiung's is to bring dance to new audiences!
Dance South: cross-country dance journey based in the south
When landing at the airport, what appeared before my eyes was the busiest international transportation hub in Spain's capital Madrid – the fourth terminal of Madrid-Barajas Airport.
What if we could choose whether we were born? Interview with WANG Yueh-chen, writer of Broken Doll the Musical
Broken Doll the Musical is a tearjerker of about 90 minutes long, though it also compels people to laugh at times.
What’s harder: watching dance or writing about it? Try both, then decide!
I often wonder why some people just don't like watching dance. The answer I usually get is that it's hard to understand...
Theater: A Fantasy World for Adults and Kids
"You'll straighten out all the chaos in life because you'll gradually toughen up."
A show that makes you cry is the same as one that makes you laugh because both invite you into unique outlooks on life.
This year's manzai M-1 Grand Prix winner, the comedy duo Nishikigoi, is a riot. Following manzai tradition, they wear suits, but Takashi Watanabe, the tsukkomi (straight man), wears dark apparel: a black jacket and pants (navy blue at times) with a shirt and tie to go with the venue. Meanwhile, Masanori Hasegawa, the boke (funny man), always dresses almost completely in white.