Time, Date, and Venue
About the Performance
Kingdom of Joy & Crosstalk is a stand-up comedy muse on the delightful and fun things we do during the summer vacation. Like visiting friends, gaming at home or traveling abroad.
“I Love Chit-chat”
People chit-chat all the time, with those we barely know and those so close to us. But we all know that chit-chat can be pointless sometimes and our comedians are about to show you the art of this “pointlessness”.
“Say It & Own It”
Once the words are out, there's no take back. Comedians have to follow through and keep the show rolling. “Say It & Own It” is a classic scene of joy, and it is also a daily training for comedians to sharpen their presentation skill.
We can't stop talking about games even when it's over, and before we know it, the game starts again. A hybrid of Anzai and stand-up comedy plus the cross-generation gag will bring laughter to the auditorium.
Showing politeness to people is essential, and we sure know how to be polite. The scenes in “Genteel” show how sometimes being overly polite can be quite irritating yet entertaining.
“You Are Old”
The tension between teachers and students could get exciting and competitive - teachers are considered stick-in-the-mud and students simply can't wait to grow up. The spark between teachers and students could be interesting, and let's see how they come to a mutual understanding of each other.
The Performing Group│Taipei Qu Yi Tuan
In order to pass down and further expand Qu Yi, Taipei Qu Yi Tuan is eager for innovation within a traditional framework. It constantly releases new productions inspired by current events. Taipei Qu Yi Tuan has performed in over eighty five cities in thirty nine countries on five continents in recent years. It also conducts cross-cultural performances with both Beijing and Tienjin Qu Yi Tuan.
Organizer: National Center for Traditional Arts
Advisor: Ministry of Culture
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