Fri, Dec 06, 2019 - Page 14 News List

A packed dance card

Taipei is bursting with dance performances next weekend, which, if you are a TNUA student, alumnus or teacher wanting to keep up with the School of Dance’s current students or graduates, could prove tricky

By Diane Baker  /  Staff reporter

The show times will also maximize the winter sun, weather permitting, since the LAB space has large windows along two sides.

Tickets are NT$700.

After Masses, another TNUA-connected show, A Piece of Cake, starts at the LAB space on Dec. 19 for a five-show run.

It is also aimed at raising questions. Liu and his two performers say that they want to know why we cannot enjoy pain as much as we enjoy happiness, why do we always want things to be “a piece of cake?”

As a production designed to break down the wall between the performers and audience, Wang and Shen will shuffle quickly through time and relationships.

Liu earned a graduate degree from TNUA, as did Wang, while Shen also attended the university.

A Piece of Cake opens on Dec. 19 for five shows, with the evenings at 7:30pm and matinees on Dec. 21 and 22 at 2:30pm. Tickets are NT$800.

■ Taipei National University of the Arts Dance Theater (國立臺北藝術大學展演藝術中心戲劇廳), 1 Xueyuan Rd, Guandu District, Taipei City (台北市關渡區學園路1號)

■ Metropolitan Hall (城市舞台), 25 Bade Rd, Sec 3, Taipei City (台北市八德路三段25號)

■ HAUS Studio (攝影工作室), 776 Bade Rd, Sec. 4, Taipei City (八德路四段 776 號)

■ Taiwan Traditional Theatre Center’s Experimental Theater (臺灣戲曲中心大表演廳), 751, Wenlin Rd, Taipei City (台北市文林路751號)

■ Song Yan Creative LAB at Songshan Cultural and Creative Park, East Building 2F (松山文創園區 — 東向製菸工廠2樓), 133, Guangfu S Rd, Taipei City (台北市光復南路133號)

■ Tickets for all the shows except Mauro Sacchi’s are available at NTCH and Eslite ticket desks, online at www.artsticket.com.tw and at convenience store ticketing kiosks. Tickets for “5 years, 5 days” are available through Accupass (www.accupass.com/event/1911180226311976933052)

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