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"Burmese Days(Re-run)

 

The story follows John Flory, a British timber merchant in his thirties, during the colonial period in Burma. He despises European colonialism, loves Eastern culture of Burma, and has been hoping to find a soulmate.

 

One day, a British girl named Elizabeth arrives, and he believes he has found his true love. However, he is repeatedly entangled in a complicated relationship with his former Burmese lover, Ma Hla May……

 

 

19-21 Apr, 2024

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

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"Love & Samsara"

Theatre Ronin X Zhen Yun Lin Ge Puppet Theater (Taiwan)

 

The work, selected by the 2022 NTT Emerging Artists Project and co-created by teams from Hong Kong and Taiwan, is derived from “Nieh Hsiao-chien” of “Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio”, illustrating the mysterious identities and relationships of two red-haired women.

Everything was as familiar as a piece of memory in their previous lives. The puppet show was “Nieh Hsiao-chien”. Conversations among people and puppets started here.
 

1-3 Sep, 2023

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

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"Vinyāsa。Śūnyatā"
Physical Music Theatre / Cantonese Operatic Theatre

 

Vinyāsa starts with retrospecting lunch time at school. Classmates are reading novels and imagining themselves being the protagonists. Playground becomes the darkroom of memory and reflects all illusions, but only Love is real.

First-run performance was commissioned by Tai Kwun, Hong Kong in 2018 and it was recreated to a theatre movie production in 2022 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.


Śūnyatā is adapted from novel “Hollow Face” of Hong Kong writer Hon Lai Chu. 

Everyone in City H have to "change their face" at appropriate time to enhance their competitiveness. The story reveals the psychology of "face transplant" patient M through a medical report. Composer, Daniel Lo was invited to compose the music, opera singer, Samantha Chong to be the soloist performed with actress Shirley Tsoi, and live string quartet.

29-30 April, 2023

Black Box Theatre

 

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"Beyond This Time"
Music・Theatre

 

From the life of cinema advert painter Jimmy Keung, to paint with music and body movement, Beyond This Time music theatre is a journey in search of hidden colours of Hong Kong cinema, and healing of souls in the present time. 

Endy Chow receives a self-portrait “Time Map” from a friend, sparking interests in her teacher Jimmy Keung, a former cinema advert painter. The two met at Café 1978. As a conversation on painting, loneliness and love unfolds, both discover their own dimension beyond this time. 

16-25 Dec, 2022

Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

 

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"Burmese Days"

"I wanted to write enormous naturalistic novels with unhappy endings, full of detailed descriptions and arresting similes... And in fact my first completed novel, Burmese Days, which I wrote when I was thirty, is rather that kind of book."

- George Orwell, Why I Write

 

Ever since the founding of Theatre Ronin, we have been focusing on putting Hong Kong literature on theatre. This year, to mark our 16th anniversary, we bring forth our first ever foreign novel adaptation, Burmese Days by George Orwell.

Theatre Ronin explores the spiritual world of young Orwell with our unique contemporary theatrical aesthetics.


13-15 May, 2022

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Creative & Production Team

 

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"Xi Xi Maria"

"People deserved to own their beautiful homeland."

It starts with two people being trapped in a foreign land by a lion. She build a home for others, while he build a home for himself. They tell each other memories and hope towards home, looking for salvation in suppression.  

Adapted from awarded short novel Maria by Xi Xi, this is a immersive theatrical experience in a big mansion. Diving into Xi Xi's world, audience can feel their own fear and comfort.


5-7 Jan, 2022

Creative & Production Team

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Theatre Ronin 15th Anniversary performance: Three Colours Trilogy II Narrative Musical Theatre

"In the Mood for Red"

Cut Thyself Open    Save the World

“Someone like Alex Tam,

What is there to learn about him?”

 

In June 2019

He came to Prague

Sharing his experience

In adapting Hong Kong literature

In the theme “Karesansui”

Introduce to the world

To theatre

The spiritual landscape

Of a generation of Hongkongers

Through scenography

 

Afterwards

From the sharing

He brings together

The props

And songs

For previous productions

Develops them

Into a

Performance with “soul”

He leads the performance

And reflects on himself

With a few trusted fellows

Bringing narrative musical theatre

In the Mood for Red

Suspended in time and space

With the audience

Transform ancient imagery

Into

An amulet

For the future

 

30 April - 1 May,2022

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Theatre Movie:

"Hoichi the Earless 2.0"

 

A monk tells the tale of a blind musician being haunted.

 

Hoichi is a blind lute musician living in a temple.

One night while the abbot was out, a samurai come to invite Hoichi to play for his master.

 

The abbot is skeptical about Hoichi’s going out every night, so he sends a monk to tail her.

A secret is then unveiled.

 

Adapted from Kwaidan –Hoichi the Earless by Koizumi Yakumo, this is an aesthetic exploration integrating Nanguan music*, storytelling, movement and space. Audience then go deep into their own vulnerability.

 

Dec, 2021 to Apr, 2022

Creative & Production Team

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"Practice of ZEN: Director's Cut"

The Story of Swordsman from Mount Shu was written by Li Shoumin. Born in the Republic of China, he wrote about a world of Xuanhuan Wuxia, captivated millions who found themselves in troubled times.
 
In the 80s, on a roof webbed with fish bone antenna, a kid with his superhero blanket cape was brought to a realm of Wuxia he longed for, by a leaf. 
He took in all the tangling of impermanence with resentment, lust with karma, in the martial world. With one light slash he was back, but thousands
of years have passed.
 

Practice of ZEN brings the spirit of Wuxia in contemporary theatrical language. Not a fairytale for grownups, Wuxia is a medium to evoke thinking between the personal and the social.
 
Pandemic halts shows but not creativity and artistry. Theatre Ronin strives to innovate and capture moments of sincerity. We invite you to be our witness as performers relive the tale.
 

​16 Apr, 2021

​Concert hall, Hong Kong City Hall

Creative & Production Team

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Ronin Three Colours Trilogy I-"Aquamarine"

Adapted from “Me and You and a Dog Named Boo” by Louis Ho.

Ah Yat starts his journey searching for himself at the age of 18 in 2003, in retrospect his friendship, love, and his father, who had just passed away.

Theatre Ronin is dedicated to creating their “Theatre of Imagery” stemmed
from literature. In this performance, Theatre Ronin collaborates with independent musician, Jing Wong and Best New Performer of Hong Kong Film Award, Ling Man Lung to locate a new way of music theatre and literature.

 

​17-21 Oct, 2019

Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Creative & Production Team

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"Fallen" (Re-run)

Born in Hong Kong, Shou Son CHOW was chosen to be part of the Chinese Educational Mission at a very young age. He then spent almost a decade in the United States, a place that is a thousand mile away from home. Just when he was admitted to Columbia University, the Chinese government called back all students aboard. He had to depart immediately after the very last baseball match in the United States, back to that foreign and distant place called home.

 

Fallen reconstructs Chow’s 7 years in the United States, meanwhile explores how an established man struggled to stay gold.

 

12-14 Apr, 2019

 

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

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"A Many Splendoured Thing" 

Afternoon

Going to the Prison Yard of Tai Kwun

To retrospect lunch time at school

Classmates are reading novels

They imagine themselves being protagonists

Playground becomes the darkroom of memory

Reflect all illusions

Only Love is real

 

21 Nov 2018 to 10 Feb 2019 

Tai Kwun Prison Yard

Creative & Production Team

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"Aquamarine"  Showcase

Performance text adapted by Louis Ho’s “Me and You and a Dog Named Boo”. 

"Scientist says that humans have strengthened their relationship with tears and united us to get the greatest possible survival."

In a journey, Ah Yat thinks about himself at the age of 18 in 2003, about his friendship with Wing, his love with Ding, and his father who had just passed away.


30 Jan 2019

 

McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Creative & Production Team

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"Twilight series" 

In the twilight of July, one night of two exquisite works "Playing with Xi Xi" and "Hoichi the Earless", experience and feel different stories in the subtle that touch your heart.


12-15 July 2018

 

Studio Theatre, HK Cultural Centre

Photo: Cheung Chi Wai

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"Hoichi the Earless"

A monk tells the tale of a blind musician being haunted.

 

Hoichi is a blind lute musician living in a temple.

One night while the abbot was out, a samurai come to invite Hoichi to play for his master.

 

The abbot is skeptical about Hoichi’s going out every night, so he sends a monk to tail her.

A secret is then unveiled.

 

Adapted from Kwaidan –Hoichi the Earless by Koizumi Yakumo, this is an aesthetic exploration integrating Nanguan music*, storytelling, movement and space. Audience then go deep into their own vulnerability.

 

17-18 Dec, 2017

 

Theatre Ronin

Photo: Fung Wai Sun

"Fallen"

Born in Hong Kong, Shou Son CHOW was chosen to be part of the Chinese Educational Mission at a very young age. He then spent almost a decade in the United States, a place that is a thousand mile away from home. Just when he was admitted to Columbia University, the Chinese government called back all students aboard. He had to depart immediately after the very last baseball match in the United States, back to that foreign and distant place called home.

 

Fallen reconstructs Chow’s 7 years in the United States, meanwhile explores how an established man struggled to stay gold.

 

1-3 Dec, 2017

 

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

 

 

 

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"Playing with Xi Xi"


Theatre Ronin creates theatre performance from Hong Kong renowed writer Xi Xi’s work again after A Girl Like me, the performance idea is created from four texts of Mourn Over the Breasts and Poetry Collection of Xi Xi, which will be focus on three identities: Female, Patient and Teacher in search for their common values and develop to immersive imagery theatre, and audience will experience Xi Xi's fascinating words at short range.

​19-20 Sep, 2017

Theatre Ronin

 

Review (Taipei Performance)

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"Forget him/her/it"

 

Theatre Ronin was invited by M+ to do a pop-up stage reading performances during the exhibition 《Ambiguously Yours》Gender in Hong Kong Popular Culture, namely 《Forget him/her/it 》.

 

The performance “Forget him / her / it” is an interactive improvised performance in response to the exhibition. Performers use everyday items of clothing and objects to illustrate the dual-gender character of their bodies. He/She/They walk among the exhibits and turn the exhibition space into a private room, allowing the audience to voyeuristically experience the sense of “ambiguity”.

 

April-May, 2017

M+ Pavilion 

 

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"Bear-Men"

The performance begins from Notes on Sewing Bears. Performers transform to different “me” and go back to a white room, roar with music and dance with senseless boredom. In the myriad of image, young bodies reflect how we evolve from predicaments. The echo of life that has never stopped sounding in our solitude is heard.  

 

6-8 Jan, 2017

Theatre, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre

Review

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"Nature"  Adapted from Androgyny by Dung Kai Cheung

 

 

Contrastive imageries and concepts taken from Androgyny – body and limbs, male and female, ying and yang, animals and plants, rural and urban – are interwoven to present as a dance music theatre through a dialogue between drama and dance.

 

9-11 Sep 2016 

 

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Review

 

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2016 International Arts Carnival - "Legend of the Sky: Ki Ki & the Eternal Flame"

Ki Ki who loves nature and slow living came to Rainbow City with Pink Dog. After the opening of the Incinerator Park, the gigantic incinerator has changed into a Rainbow Monster. The Pink Dog, in order to protect the city, transforms himself and takes on a fight against Rainbow Monster in a decisive battle. Combining multimedia images and real-time photographing, puppetry and original music, this theatrical production will be loved by the whole family.

 

29-31 July 2016 

 

Theatre, Ngau Chi Wan Civic Centre

 

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Theatre Ronin x lake view sun room - Reflector: OS1

 

 

Borrowing the thoughts of Pierre Teilhard de Chardin to reflect on the present Hong Kong where countless interchanges of sounds and images are speeding through the optic fibers –  are the heart and spirit of people making seamless connection? The audience will experience together the lonesome of individual in a narrow space.

 

30 June - 4 July 2016

 

Theatre Ronin

 

 

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"Once Upon A Time"

 

Centered on the 1984 song album "The Root of Love", this theatrical piece is a response to an era. Vivid memories of love affairs that might be forgotten are re-shaped through a dialogue of the lyrics

 

22-24 Jan 2016 

 

Multi-media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity 

 

 

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"Sentimental K" - Adapted from Hong Kong Trilogy by Chan Koon-chung

 

A re-work of the three short novels in Chan Koon-chung’s Hong Kong Trilogy through a creative collage of “exotic” sounds, movement, and theatre entwined in texts, music, acoustics, dance and video images etc. The amazing mix endeavours to reflect on one’s self here-and-now by venturing into the past history of one’s own city. 

 

25-27 Sept 2015 

 

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

 

Synopsis

Review

 

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"Sew & Soul"

“Sew & Soul” was adapted from the novel of the same name by Hon Lai-chu. Theatre Ronin presented the fictional world with a variety of theatrical means, reflecting both the sad and ludicrous sides of the real world. After our cities are sewn together, how far away is the world where people are sewn together?

 

9-11 May 2014 

 

Theatre, Sheung Wan Civic Centre

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"Memorandum: 10 years. Han. Xiao" 

“Memorandum: 10 years. Han. Xiao” was based on seven short stories by Hon Lai-chu, Dorothy Tse and Lee Wai-yee. Through words the sceneries of the city in the past ten years were constructed; and through Theatre Ronin’s touken a literary music theatre performance embroidered.

 

23-26 Jan 2014

 

Cultural Activities Hall, Tsuen Wan Town Hall 

 

 

Photo by Cheung Chi Wai

Photo by Cheung Chi Wai

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Photo by Cheung Chi Wai

2013 International Arts Carnival –"Legend of the Ocean: La La & the Litter Castle"

Can one understand the true meaning of happiness in a city of materialism and consumerism?   “Legend of the Ocean: La La & the Litter Castle” employs the art of puppetry and is a multi-media theatre piece suitable for the family.

 

18-21 July 2013

 

Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

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Photo by Cheung Chi Wai

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Photo by Cheung Chi Wai

"P.E. Period 2.0"  

Literary Music Theatre 

 

“P.E. Period 2.0” is a Literary Music Theatre piece about two young girls’ struggles in life, exemplified by the violence and tenderness of youth, in a wasteland-like city.

 

Adapted from Dung Kai-cheung’s novel “P.E. Period”

 

15-17 March 2013

 

Multi-media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity 

 

Photo by Carmen So

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Photo by Carmen So

"My P.E. Period"

 

Inspired by Dung Kai-cheung’s novel “P.E. Period”, “My P.E. Period” explores the motif of “youth” by a wide-range kinds of performances, including (but not limited by) reading, singing, calligraphy, typing, painting, role-playing, objects manipulation, humming, etc...

 

17-18 Nov 2012

 

Theatre Horizon

 

 

 

 

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"Searching for Da Vinci"

Taking off from the life and paintings of Leonardo da Vinci, the play tries to depict different facets of the Renaissance genius’ creative world, and pinpointing a mentality that people in the modern world lacks (or should have). 

 

23-26 Feb 2012

 

Multi-Media Theatre, HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity

 

 

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"True man show in showroom"

(Re-run)

 

First time to crossover with Eric Tang.

 

While living in a haunted showroom, Chan Yiu-tak decides to safeguard “something” that a guest left behind. One day, an accident traps everyone in the showroom. The female ghost appears again while each trapped character tries to figure out their own destiny...

 

14-24 July 2011

 

Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

 

 

Photo by Carmen So

Photo by Carmen So

Photo by Carmen So

Photo by Carmen So

"The Mariana Trench since 1960s"

A revised version based on The Mariana Trench produced in 2006.

It shows the life condition and inner world of a Ma-jie (maid-servant), a profession unique to Hong Kong in the past. It is Theatre Ronin’s endeavor to manifest humanism in art, and a reflection on the emptiness of the contemporary soul. 

 

7-17 April 2011

 

McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre

 

 

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Photo by Paul Chan

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Photo by Paul Chan

Cao Yu Drama Festival –

The Blackbox Cao Yu "Wilderness of Soul"

 

Adapted from Cao Yu’s “Wilderness”, this piece attempts to find the true meaning of “wilderness” in the mind of Chinese’s most renowned modern playwright, by pushing the limits in situations where people try to break from extreme plight, with the intensive use of soliloquy.

 

2-5 Dec 2010

 

Y-Theatre, Youth Square

 

"Landscape in the Mist" 

 

Leung Tai-kwai is a seaman. 15 years ago, he left Shau Ke Wan, a place where he lived and worked. In a foggy March morning, he returns. Amongst the fog, the past parades itself before his eyes. This is a performance of actors, shadow puppets and rod puppets.

 

Adapted from Shu Hong-sing’s short novel, “The Fog”.
 

 

30 Sept - 3 Oct 2010

 

Black Box Theatre, Kwai Tsing Theatre

 

 

Photo by Benny Leung

Photo by Benny Leung

"To Be Continued…" 

Li Xianglan, a legend almost forgotten, had a life that shares the fate of our city - one that was glamourous but suffocating. The legend then becomes a myth. Everything begins with a little white flower on the wall... 

 

27 Feb - 1 March 2009

 

Cultural Activities Hall, Sha Tin Town Hall

 

 

Photo by REMU

Photo by REMU

Photo by REMU

Photo by REMU

The 7th Hong Kong Literature Festival - "The Fog"

 

Leung Tai-kwai is a seaman. 15 years ago, he left Shau Ke Wan, a place where he lived and worked. In a foggy March morning, he returns. Amongst the fog, the past parades itself before his eyes. This is a performance of actors, shadow puppets and rod puppets.

 

Adapted from Shu Hong-sing’s short novel, “The Fog”.

 

12 July 2008

 

Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Central Library

 

 

Photo by REMU

Photo by REMU

Photo by REMU

"The Mariana Trench"

It shows the life condition and inner world of a Ma-jie (maid-servant), a profession unique to Hong Kong in the past. It is Theatre Ronin’s endeavor to manifest humanism in art, and a reflection on the emptiness of the contemporary soul. 

 

6-15 Oct 2006

 

McAulay Studio, Hong Kong Arts Centre 

 

 

 

Photo by Fung Wai Sun

Photo by Fung Wai Sun

Photo by Fung Wai Sun

Photo by Fung Wai Sun

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