Summer 2007

dance me in macau, 2007
​singapore & Shanghai, 2006

"A moving performance that is both poetic and rich in symbolism... Bonni Chan's acting and dance was apleasure to watch and she illuminated beautifully the range of human joy and suffering from which Siddhartha struggled to escape."
The Flying Inkpot Theatre Review Singapore

"full of sparkle... the theatre language is simple and eloquent"
P.K. Cheung, Hong Kong Theatre Critic

"A beguiling production"
Hong Kong Magazine, Oct 05

In the Summer of 2007 Dance Me to the End of Love was performed at The Macau Cultural Centre 4th and 5th of May 2007

In the Autumn of 2006 Dance Me to the End of Love will be performed at the Singapore Esplanade Theatre on Sept 15th and 16th and at the Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre on Sept 22nd and 23rd.

Dance Me to the End of Love draws its inspiration from Nobel prize winner for literature Hermann Hesse's famous novel 'Siddhartha'. Fusing elements of theatre and dance with live music, the show chronicles the quest of a young man, Siddhartha, for the conquest of suffering and fear. Siddhartha's journey leads him through the temptations of luxury and wealth, the delights of sensual love and the sinister threat of death-dealing snakes towards the fulfillment of his destiny as a ferryman guided by the all-knowing voice of the running river.

In this visually stunning production, the story of Siddhartha is counter balanced by the poetic and haunting songs of Canadian singer and poet, Leonard Cohen.

"Dance me to your beauty with a burning violin.
Dance me through the panic till I'm gathered safely in.
Lift me like an olive branch be my homeward dove.Dance me to the end of love."

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