Neutral mask is a valuable tool for actors' training, as it heightens their awareness of the body, habits and space.
Greek tragedy is usually based on the tragic stories of legendary Greek heroes from the past. The performance of Greek tragedy in theatre presents audiences with an elevated sense of heroic beauty. Aristotle once stated that "Tragedy, then, is an imitation of an action that is serious and complete, and which has some greatness about it."
An opportunity discovers your own “beauty” on the stage and experience the marvelous power of Greek Tragedy. Putting on the mask, becoming the mask, so as to make the mask beautiful, and for the mask to make you beautiful too.
Date: 15.08.2015 - 19.08.2015 (Saturday to Wednesday)
Time: 10am - 4pm
Venue: Centre 42 Black Box (54 Waterloo Street, Singapore 187953）
Date: 19.08.2015 (Wednesday)
Time: 2pm - 4pm
Fee: $20 (Inclusive of 7% GST)
Our theatre should aspire to objectively critique life, respectfully entertain audiences, and forever explore new uncharted territories. Based on this basic consensus, we shall debate among ourselves vigorously as we support each other loyally.
Kuo Pao Kun | Co-Founder