B.DANCE is invited by UW-TSP to virtually present its production, Rage, from May 26 – 30. To kick off the multi-day event, an interview with choreographer Po-Cheng Tsai will take place on Wednesday, May 26, 7pm Pacific Time.
Please register to receive a link for viewing Rage by B. Dance.
An asynchronous virtual event, audience members will receive a private viewing link which can be used at any time during the five day window. The recorded dance performance will be shared with the audience via a private Youtube link, received via email.
Founded in 2014 and led by Artistic Director & Choreographer Po-Cheng Tsai, B.DANCE is an emerging Taiwanese contemporary dance company. Rage premiered at the Concert Hall of Taipei National University of the Arts in 2018 and is inspired by the eponymous crime novel by the Japanese writer Yoshida Shuichi and the film directed by Lee Sang-il. Beyond an apparent serenity, this creation exposes the violence and anger of our society. By exploring the depths of the human soul, Po-Cheng Tsai reflects on the ability to face and adopt current societal tribulations. Through beauty and fluidity, the bodies convey a narrative of desolation and loneliness. Rage is approximately 40 minutes long.