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A O SHOW TOUR IN NEW ZEALAND

Coming back from Japan, this March, A O Show continues on the touring journey to New Zealand. The artists will represent Vietnamese contemporary art in New Zealand Festival at St James Theater, Wellington, from Marrch 8 to 11; and Auckland Art Festival at the Auckland Civic Theater, Auckland, from March 15 to 18.

With the seating capacity is up to 1,500 at St James Theater, and more than 2,300 at Auckland Civic Theater, along with international artists around the world, A O Show will bring audiences in New Zealand memorable festivals.

You can visit the ticket booth at 77-87 Courtenay Place, Te Aro, Wellington 6011 or book online at the link below: https://www.festival.co.nz/2018/events/%C3%A0-%E1%BB%91-l%C3%A0ng-ph%E1%BB%91/

*Check out A O Show’s schedule in Wellington:

- March 8 at 7:00PM

- March 9 at 7:00PM

- March 10 at 1:30PM & 7:00PM

- March 11 at 1:30PM & 7:00PM

Visit the ticket booth at Queen Street & Wellesley Street, Auckland, 1010, or book online at: http://www.aucklandfestival.co.nz/events/a-o-lang-pho-at-the-civic-1/

 

*Check out A O Show’s schedule in Auckland:

- March 15 at 7:00PM
- March 16 at 7:00PM
- March 17 at 2:00PM & 7:00PM

- March 18 at 1:00PM & 5:00PM

*New Zealand time zone

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A vivid portrait of Vietnam in urbanization time, painted with unique stage visuals and a touch of humor.

The name ‘A O’ derives from ‘Lang Pho’, which means ‘village and city’. The show depicts the charming beauty and cultural richness of Vietnamese life in the countryside, in contrast with the nation’s racing urbanization. The show is a unique mix of bamboo cirque, acrobatic acts, contemporary dance, and theatrical visual art. The live music echoes Vietnamese Southern work songs. All in all, this beautiful blend of genres creates a unique stage language, which well captures the essence of Vietnam’s fascinating culture.  

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Lang Toi (My Village) is a delicate merge of tradition and innovation, where poetic beauty of Northern Vietnam’s village life is presented under new cirque approach. Farming, building activities, traditional games, lifestyle of Northern villagers are recreated by ancestral bamboo props, breath-taking cirque and acrobatics, rhythmic dance, to distinct folk music from more than 20 musical instruments. 

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A soulful dance carrying Cham spirit and culture, rendered in contemporary stage language. Some 20 artists sing, dance, and play traditional Cham instruments. Various-sized terracotta pots of several meanings, and signature white-colored costumes make a bold statement of Cham culture. Humanity and togetherness are core values embraced in Palao.

A soulful dance carrying Cham spirit and culture, rendered in contemporary stage language. Some 20 artists sing, dance, and play traditional Cham instruments. Various-sized terracotta pots of several meanings, and signature white-colored costumes make a bold statement of Cham culture. Humanity and togetherness are core values embraced in Palao.

Teh Dar

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Teh Dar invites audience on a venture into the enchanting world of Vietnamese highlanders. Wild animal hunts, moonlit romance, jungle's tales of death and reincarnation, are all recreated with stunning bamboo cirque, daring acrobatics, and hypnotizing melody from exotic tribal instruments certified cultural heritage by UNESCO. Meaning ‘going in circle’ in the highland tribe K'ho's tongue, Teh Dar embrace and preserve beautiful and diverse Vietnamese tribal cultures. As the artists keep inspiring, the circle of tribal life keeps going, the cultures shall remain.  

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The mist

The essence of Southern farmers’ life expressed in sensual contemporary dance language.

The Mist tells a story Southern Vietnamese farming life, expressed through neo-classic and contemporary dance by skilled artists. Using rice cultivation as a metaphor to appreciate farmers’ dedication, from their misty dawn on the fields, their hardship and will power to rise up from humble muddy soil, to brace storms, to the moment they arrive joyously like shining pearls at harvest. The Mist is an hour of emotions, with myriad ups and downs, painted by sensational live music, splendid visuals, and colorful lighting effects.

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