Residency Program

許婉婧 Koh Wan Ching

許婉婧 Koh Wan Ching

駐村日期:2016/12/01 - 2016/12/30
Performing Art

Koh Wan Ching is a bilingual performer, director and theatre educator from Singapore who has worked with companies including Drama Box, Nine Years Theatre, The Theatre Practice as well as Toy Factory Theatre Ensemble. She has performed in the International Theatre Festival 2010 in Beijing, the Zuni 2011 Theatre Season in Hong Kong, Suzuki Company of Toga Summer Season 2012 in Japan, Macao Arts Festival 2013, and the Seoul Fringe Festival 2014. She has trained with SITI Company as well as the Suzuki Company of Toga and is a graduate of the inaugural SITI Conservatory Program, a fulltime, 9-month immersion program for international theatre artists. She is a part-time lecturer in the BA(Hons) Acting Program at the Lasalle College of Fine Arts. She served as movement director for "It Won’t Be Too Long: The Cemetery" directed by Kok Heng Leun, a site specific devised piece that was presented at dawn in Bukit Brown Cemetery and at dusk in a black box theatre. Being selected by Bamboo Curtain Studio “Creative Talents Program”, Shin Rock will stay at Bamboo Curtain Studio for one month since December.

Works in residency

In this city another dream

Four theatre artists from four different cities (Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul, Singapore) come together, meeting in a fifth city (Taipei). Removed from their home cities, but carrying their respective burdens and histories, the challenge of the project is to collectively and collaboratively build an alternative within this new city, which has given them temporary refuge.
What stories do we tell about ourselves? What stories do we not tell about ourselves? What are societies and how do they form? What is culture and how is it generated? When we embed, differentiate and defend our identities do we diminish our common humanity?

The one-month creative residency in December 2016 will culminate in a work in progress presentation. In addition, there will be 3 workshops conducted by the artists in residence.

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