Will the success of revolution comes after the truth？
Will the darkness of human beings continues after the class reverse?
"AI-LING" is adapted from the "Shoemaker" (Szewcy) written by the Polish writer, Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz, who published the script in 1930’s. The story is a cruel doomsday prophecy by using numerous metaphors and ironic conversation. Europe at the turbulent time of 1930’s, people haven’t recovered from the destruction of World War 1st, and the atmosphere seems like they’re getting another war, inhabitants of many nations live with anxiety and panic attacks.
The director of this theatre performance, Kate Stanislawski also comes from Poland. With her solid grounding in the techniques of theatre trained by The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, she will bring the audience into a real world that they cannot resist to dance rapturously with, no matter what kind of the class you are, or how the times are changing.
Premiere｜3rd to 7th, May, 2017
Venue｜Arch Hall, Hua-Shang 1914 Creative Park
Playwright: Stanislaw Ignacy Witkiewicz
Cast: YiLing Tsa, Yachuan Chou, Kuang-Hong Pan, Cory Pong, Allexandre Chang
Director Assistant: En-Ping Yu
Stage Designer: Chialing Kuo
Lighting Designer: Fang-Yu Chien
Costume Designer: Ben Kuo
Costume Assistant: Door Dressing Studio
Makeup & Hair Stylist: Lu Chu
Music Designer: Rita Huang
Stage Manager : Zheng-Hua Chen
Graphic Designer: Chiayun Chiang, Chi Hang
Photographer: Mei Lin Producer: Yarou Chen
Production Assistant: Xin-Hui Liu
Promotion Planner: Chien-Yi Zhu
Project Planner: Grass Wang
In Cooperation with Open Learning Publisher
Sponsorship : National Culture and Arts Foundation、Warszawskie Biuro Handlowe w Tajpej
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