Photo credit: Lisa Barnard
In Conversation with Tim Crouch
“In all my work, whether that’s for adults or children, I try not to spoon-feed the audience. I try to encourage them to separate form from reality. It can be challenging, but they become coauthors of the experience: we will find meaning together.”
– Tim Crouch
What makes live theatre different from other forms of theatrical presentation? For experimental theatre actor, writer and director Tim Crouch, a man described as “one of British drama’s great innovators” by The Independent, it is about the relationship between the performers and the audience. Tim started his career as an actor and presented his first play, My Arm, in 2003, he has created many other plays since then. His work investigates the nature of theatre performance, challenges the conventions of theatre and engages the audience as co-creators with the performer. For him, it is the ‘liveness’ of theatre that makes it unique and that enables thinking to take place collectively.
On 27 January, Tim joins us in conversation, sharing his experience and thoughts on theatre making with Sean Curran, Co-Artistic Director of Theatre du Pif and curator of the Foundation of Performance series, and offering participants a rare opportunity to gain personal insight into his methods of creation.
27 January 2018 (Saturday)
7:30pm – 9:00pm
BRICK LANE (4/F, CITIC Tower, 1 Tim Mei Avenue, Admiralty, Hong Kong)
Conducted in English
Theatre professionals and lovers of the performing arts
Free admission. Limited capacity on a first-come, first-served basis, please register in advance.
Closing Date for Registration:
5 January 2018
Ms Yuen (852) 2200-0804, firstname.lastname@example.org
*The organiser reserves the right to change the programme content and speaker. All changes will be announced on the website.
Adverse Weather Arrangements:
The event will be cancelled if a black rainstorm warning or a typhoon signal no.8 or above is in force 3 hours before the event.