Tag: OzAsia Festival 2013

OzAsia – Extreme JUMP – Festival Theatre – 5K

JUMP is back and more Extreme. Produced by Yegam Theatre Company, Soul, Korea, it is a gravity defying show which since it’s inception has grown into a global production, touring more than 30 countries and during that time amassed plenty of well earned awards. Having had it’s Australian Premiere at Adelaide’s OzAsia Festival in 2010 …

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OZASIA – Not According To Plan – Leigh Warren Dancers – 4K

This is one of the finer pieces of work by Leigh Warren and his Dancers. 4K

OzAsia – SuperEverything – Space Theatre – 4K

One of the highlights of this 2013’s OzAsia Festival is this performance by UK’s pioneering audio-visual artists The Light Surgeons, who have masterfully fused their art with Malaysian artists and musicians Chor Guan, Hands Percussion and Rhythm in Bronze to perform SuperEverything. This live audio-visual performance exploded across Space Theatre’s stage to sift through the …

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OzAsia – T’ang Quartet – Space Theatre – 4K

T’ang Quartet

The multi-awarded T’ang Quartet arrived in Adelaide early spring to perform the show Secret and Songs in Space Theatre as part of this years OzAsia Festival. They featured a mix of their most popular performances based on eastern and western roots. The show began with Mugam Sayagi a song composed by Germany-based Azerbaijani composer and …

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OzAsia – Fight The Landlord – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 4K

Fight the Landlord Is presented by Pan Pan Theatre and Square Moon Culture Ltd, a contemporary theatre play written by Sun Yue which examines life in China in a time of constant change. This play takes place at the card table as three young people spend a boring afternoon playing the card game FIght the …

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OzAsia – Meeting with Bodhisattva – Her Majesty’s Theatre – 3.5K

Adelaide’s annual OzAsia Festival opened on the night of the 13th with Meeting with Bodhisattva at Her Majesty’s Theatre. Officially opened by Hon. Chloe Fox, MP. Meeting with Bodhisattva expresses a journey of a man facing his fears as he enters unknown territories; a journey from questioning everything to accepting anything that happens to him …

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