Taking its starting point from a theatre production staged just after the second world war by Chinese workers at Bulimba dockyards, this play traces the story of a group of six men who had to flee China after the Japanese invasion in the 1930s.
A collaboration of epic proportions. So the program describes the process of creating this beautiful, powerful recreation of the central love story of Homer’s Iliad; a process of blending and interweaving the innovative creative powers of two amazing theatre companies. It is not an exaggeration.
Tale as old as time: two worlds collide as star struck lovers try to navigate their way through cruel and different families as the widely popular West Side Story returns for a season at QPAC with the same cool charm it has been bringing since it's first days on Broadway
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There isn’t a baton, a trembling shaping arm or a stern pose in sight, at 55, he exudes boyish energy but, there’s no doubt he’s the captain.
In its scant 6 years of existence, Ensemble Q has carved out an identity as a chamber ensemble of the highest standard, fearlessly delving into unusual repertoire.