Breaking boundaries, crossing currents, mixing cultures. An invitation from Zimbabwe led to a work specifically created for the Charter House in Harare. Local actors, dancers and musicians worked together with Y-Space for a two-week rehearsal period and six performances.
Chop Suey is a Chinese stir fry mixing different ingredients in one wok. This work crossed disciplinary, national and cultural boundaries. Dance, music, environmental sounds, movement, installation, architectural space, cityscape and local audiences were stirred together in this work.
Conceivers, Choreographers & Performers: Victor Choi-wo Ma & Mandy Ming-yin Yim
Performers: The artists and musicians from Harare & Zimbabwe
Set Designers and Installation: Hema & Luke Ma
Reviews and Feedback
The audience is kept guessing on the next move, while at the same time being entertained. …Y-Space was excellent…. The choreography is well executed. Their performance cuts across cultures.
Harare International Festival Of
The Arts 2000