“MELODIA” Theatrical Experience
26-29/04/2017; 27-29/04/2017; 29/04/2017
**This show runs for 100 minutes with no intermission. Latecomers will not be admitted after the latecomers point.
We are thrilled to announce that our 2017 theatrical performance – MELODIA is an original production created by composer and singer duo, Violaine Corradi and Rose Winebrenner, in collaboration with Hong Kong Youth Arts Foundation founder Lindsey McAlister! This unique cross-genre performance mixes word, song, dance, aerial arts, puppetry, physical theatre and acrobatics.
Melodia, a creative, geeky teenage Omalian, was born on the planet Zymbalia. When a massive inexplicable explosion strikes, she is suddenly catapulted to the other side of the planet where she meets members of an ancient tribe and learns of a prophecy that changes her life. Accompanied by her new friends, she sets off in search of the Enchanter – an evil force with a dark heart with two faces. What secrets will she learn on her quest? And will her innate powers help her defeat this evil force?
Tickets go on sale through URBTIX on 10th March.
For booking: click here to book!
Theatre Performance - For Schools
Date: 26-29/04/2017 (Wed-Sat)
Theatre Performance - For Public
Date: 27-29/04/2017 (Thu-Sat)
Date: 29/04/2017 (Sat)
Venue: Queen Elizabeth Stadium
Fee: $160, $120 (Concessions $ 80, $60; Schools $60)
Enquiries: email@example.com / 2511 6256
Ticketing: http://www.urbtix.hk / 2111 5999
Suitable for: ages 6 and above
Note: Performed in English with Chinese subtitles
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