12 Dec 2014

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The ACT finishes its UK tour and has come back with some really exciting news. The Wife’s Revenge, a 10 minute play which Moni wrote for the Short & Sweet festival in Malaysia in 2013 and performed in the ACT studio in 2014 is now a longer play to be entered for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the largest fringe in the world! This is a collaboration with two theatre makers in London.

Meanwhile back home in the ACT studio in Brighton, a new play is scheduled to be performed in April 2015. Tracey Wang, a theatre maker from China, is working with Wolf Heidecker, director of our last production of Our Man in Beijing, on A Bite of Melbourne. This is an exciting and original play, which will end with audience eating what is cooked during the play. But what is being cooked? That is the question.

Our “showcase girl” Tegan Jones will be attending a six week intensive acting course in NYC in July/August 2015! She is excited to be spending more time over in the Big Apple and to further her skills.

Exciting news all around! Continue to watch this space for more news and information about our tour to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and A Bite of Melbourne!

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Concerned that so few Chinese are performing artists and when they are, there is little opportunity for them to show case their talents . I created the ACT, the Australasian Chinese Theatre Company. The ACT’s inaugural production was From Little Things….devised, designed and written by Aurora Kurth and produced by Moni Storz in 2008. This was followed by Tegan Jones in Blues in the NIght. I wrote and produced Our Man in Beijing, my first inter cultural play and this was performed in 2011.

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