An adaptation of the expressionist “A Dream Play” by Swedish playwright August Strindberg, this ethereal two and a half hour dreamscape is coming to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre this April.
Showcasing a surreal dive into the struggles of the human condition, the story presents the daughter of Vedic god Indra meeting with individuals of all sorts, each with their own slice of life to share. Catch a show at 3 pm between 23 to 25 April, or an evening show at 8 pm—only on 24 April. Performances are in Cantonese with Chinese and English subtitles. For more information on Alice Theatre Laboratory, visit their official page here.
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