This month, we introduce the ArtisTree Open Rehearsal Series, where you will experience the creation of a theatrical production first-hand.
It all kicks off with multi-media experimental theatre production Emoto that is inspired by the Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto's book Water Knows the Answer - the hidden message in water.
Join us to explore the meaning of life with the work-in-progress interpretation of the hidden message in water.
Organised by the Tokyo-based International Centre for Theatre Arts (CITA) and The Nonsensemarkers, founded by Rensen Chan and news anchor turned actress Jo Ngai, this work-in-progress uses words, physical movement, puppets, dance, music, and video projections to represent life's endless possibilities.
Date and Time:
Open door rehearsals:
Monday, 16 July (12.45pm) [Full]
Wednesday, 18 July (12.45pm) [Full]
Friday, 20 July (12.45pm) [Full]
Friday, 20 July (6.30pm) [Full]
Venue: ArtisTree, 1/F, Cambridge House, Taikoo Place (Next to Pret A Manger)
All sessions are full; stay tuned for the iCoDaCo ticketing details.