07 Apr 2014

Stunning Photography from The Search for Xiao Li’s Head

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If you were unfortunate enough to miss out on seeing The Search for Xiao Li’s Head in the ACT’s stunning bamboo garden, check out the fabulous photography taken by Justin Foo while the performances were on.

Working on this piece has allowed the ACT to take a journey with this little short story written by Dr. Moni Lai Storz and see it transformed into a thoughtful and beautiful dance piece, led and choreographed by Meah Velik-Lord. To make it even more magical, the dancers performed to a Chinese harp played by Ivan Sun Ngan.

A brilliant collaboration between the ACT, Travel Art Dance Company and Mr. Ivan Sun Ngan.

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Tegan Jones is a Melbourne-based actor, vocalist and producer who trained with Wendy Ward at the Ward Acting Studio in the Meisner technique in both Melbourne and New York. Tegan’s acting credits include Jennifer Marcus in Rolin Jones’ Pulizer short listed play, The Intelligent Design of Jenny Chow and Lady Chiltern in Oscar Wildes’ An Ideal Husband (Boutique Theatre), Izzy in Theresa Rebeck’s Seminar (Pop Culture), Street Baby (Ward Theatre Company), Sarraghina in Nine (Four Letter Word Theatre) and Christmas Eve in the Australian non-professional premiere season of Avenue Q (Altona City Theatre). As a solo cabaret artist, Tegan’s latest cabaret, Miley, Moon Unit & Me was performed in two seasons at The Butterfly Club and in Wellington as part of NZ Fringe. Tegan’s other cabarets include Lady be Good, Blues in the Night and Greenwich: The Music of The Village.