Archive 2010
Teik-Kim Pok

tk200.jpgTeik-Kim is a theatre-maker, performance artist and a NSW-qualified secondary drama teacher. 

On Sydney’s independent stages, he has appeared in two of Patrick Lenton’s works, The Bermuda Love Triangle and Sexy Tales of Paleontology.

As a theatre-maker and performance artist, Teik-Kim’s main inquiry lies in transgressing identity and boundary constructions expressed within popular culture. Responsible for solo performance works, Post-Op Chamber Piece, The Ozzie Citizenship Series and a series of performance lectures, The Guest Project (PACT & Griffringe) a mild distortion of his own research into his Hakka-Chinese cultural heritage, he is also creator of audience-activated live installations, Karaoke Massage (2005-) and I’m not a psychic, just a performer (Tin Sheds Gallery 2011).

He is currently developing The Urban Co-Apprentices Project with 4a Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, and for Performance 4a he has performed in Stories East & West at Belvoir, Riverside and Zenith Theatres.

He continues to advocate for arts education accessibility across all age groups and sectors within his current role as coordinator of Playwriting Australia's Outreach programs.

 
Gary Williams
Gary Williams

Gary is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants has been partner of the accounting firm, Rosenfeld Kant & Co since 1994. Gary provides accounting, audit, taxation and financial planning services to a diversified range of clients including many in the arts industry.

 
SunRice
sunrice_logo.png SunRice

"A one man tour de force..." Rick Lau's comedy cabaret.
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4 x 20: Yellow
chi_vu.jpgThe Studio, Sydney Opera House, 22 Sept 2004

Share your favourite spooky tales by firelight as Theatre 4A presents an evening of unusual 20-minute new works inspired by Asian spirits, bizarre hybrids and being yellow.  Cross over to the ‘other side' for the black humour of writer/performer Chi Vu in An Empty Evil Even and the hilarious tale of the quick change identity artist in Georgina Naidu's Yellowfeather plus other unnerving surprises

An Empty Evil Event written and performed by Chi Vu
Yellowfeather written and performed by Georgina Naidu
Dramaturgy by Noëlle Janaczewska
Directed by Sally Sussman


 
Double Decker bus
bus_vie.jpg Come for a ride

On Sat 11 December, don't miss the chance to ride a beautifully restored Hong Kong double decker bus and a mini bus.  This is part of the celebrations of the launch of Issue 5 of Vie Magazine.  Be at the Sydney Entertainment Centre at 2pm sharp!  It's free.

 
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