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Seminar on Physical Theatre (in Cantonese)


Date: 10 March 2015 (Tue)
Time: 5:30 - 7:00pm
Venue: LBYG01, B.Y Lam Building, Lingnan University
Language: Cantonese
Co-organiser: Tang Shu Wing Theatre Studio
Acknowledgements: Arts Capacity Development Fund
ILP unit(s): 1.5 (Aesthetic Development)
Speaker: Mr Andy NG Wai-shek

About Andy NG Wai-shek
Ng gained his MA degree in East/West Theatre Studies at the Middlesex University, UK., and further his studies to joined the Theatre Training and Research Programme (now as Intercultural Theatre Institute, ITI) of the Practice Performing Arts School in Singapore. He gained diverse theatre training ranging from Asian traditional theatrical forms to Western contemporary skills. Such background provides him the ability and adaptability to work with conventional, physical and experimental styles of creative works. He also involved in a lot of multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural projects, performing or giving acting workshops in different cities such as Taipei, Tokyo, Yokohama, Beijing, Seoul, Gwangju, New Delhi, London, Berlin and Neuss. He was a founder of Traditions & Editions Theatre Circus (Singapore) and Acting Research Center (Hong Kong). For the latter one, he focused on the action research into performing techniques, aesthetic, synthesis, application and to develop a "Psycho-physical acting training" system for acting teaching.

About Tang Shu Wing Theatre Studio
Tang Shu-wing Theatre Studio, a registered charity, was formerly known as No Man’s Land which was founded in 1996. It is dedicated to promote a better quality of life to the public through their experience in participation of performing arts. Having physical theatre and minimalist aesthetics as its artistic direction, the Studio has a vision to bring new paths to the Hong Kong theatre. It aims at creating long-running productions, showcasing the unique culture of Hong Kong and at the same time exploring potentials to operate independently in the market. They also hope to facilitate cultural exchange, so that the theatre of Hong Kong will be given a proper place on the world stage. The works of the Studio include Titus Andronicus, Titus Andronicus 2.0,Why aren't you Steve Jobs?, Detention and Thunderstorm.


日期: 2015年3月10日 (星期二)
時間: 下午5時30分至7時
地點: 嶺南大學林炳炎樓地下LBYG01室
語言: 廣東話
合辦: 鄧樹榮戲劇工作室
鳴謝: 藝能發展基金
ILP學分: 1.5 (美育發展)
講者: 吳偉碩先生(梵谷) (鄧樹榮戲劇工作室)



一) 戲劇藝術基本介紹;
二) 本地形體劇場概況;
三) 形體劇場作品選段播放;
四) 形體劇場與學生發展的關係;及
五) 即場示範




鄧樹榮戲劇工作室為一註冊慈善機構、戲劇硏究及創作中心,目標是創作既能彰顯香港文化實力、又能在市場上獨立營運的長壽劇目;同時亦會積極促進國際文化交流,增強香港劇場在世界舞台上的影響力,近期作品包括《打轉教室》、《舞.雷雨》、《泰特斯》、《泰特斯2.0》及《你為甚麼不是 Steve Jobs?》。