In The Media
“vibrant theatre replete with gorgeous costumes, interesting characters, breathtaking physicality and some good belly laughs” – The Globe and Mail
“…portray character in finely etched detail. In fact, the most lasting impression of the evening was the universality of Peking opera.” – Opera Canada
“grace onstage kept the audience breathless. . .in every pose Lau struck and with every upturned finger on his hand. Beijing opera is alive in Canada.” – Canadian Theatre Review
“Forme d’art bien différente de celle que l’on connaît ici” – Le Devoir
“Knowledge of Chinese is not a prerequisite. . .The eyes and the hands do much of the storytelling and Lau’s master displays exquisite technique.” – The Toronto Star
Articles of Interest
Chinese-Canadian novice meets Mainland-Chinese masters... Read about the collective's 2004 tour across Canada in an article written by our manager, Helen Yung, published in the Winter 2005 issue of Ricepaper, Canada's Asian-Canadian magazine.
More articles to come...