Cape Fear Stage presents
HOU YING: TU TU
Friday -- March 23, 2018
Showtime: 7:30pm -- Doors: 6:30pm
Friday, March 23 – 7:30pm
Tickets for this performance are $25 +sales tax and fees
Hou Ying, the company’s artistic director, was trained in traditional Chinese classical dance, folk dance, ballet, traditional Chinese opera, and martial arts. In the United States, she also studied dance techniques from dance masters such as Martha Graham, Jose Limon, Merce Cunningham and Trisha Brown. Hou Ying has devoted her life to exploring how to integrate the eastern rhythm and spirit that includes the natural movement of the body with the western post-modern dance techniques that involve the deconstruction of the body. As a result, she has formed a unique and highly recognizable dance form — where the idea of body-mind holism is the key to showing how consciousness drives the mind, the mind in turn drives the body and the body reflects the mind.
The piece, Tu Tu, deconstructs the way the body moves, by using release techniques and four dimensional spatial recognition to continually explore and investigate how physical movement is influenced by time and space.
Approx. run time: 60 min. with intermission
This program is proudly brought to the Wilson Center by Cape Fear Stage, the presenting arm of Cape Fear Community College.
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