One Man’s

55 minutes
2005

Choreographed and performed by: Wen Wei Wang
Music: Giorgio Magnanensi
Film: D-Anne Kuby Trépanier
Lighting design: James Proudfoot
Costumes and set construction: Kate Burrows

A powerful and compelling solo work, One Man’s… is an autobiographical reflection on Wen Wei Wang’s own life and experiences in China and Canada. Drawing on his rich and varied background, Wang integrates movement and storytelling with film by D-Anne Kuby Trépanier, and original music by composer Giorgio Magnanensi, to create a stirring commentary on life, loneliness and personal histories.

“One of the most gifted choreographers of the next generation … a magnificent dancer who cunningly fuses the ballet vocabulary of his training with contemporary dance idioms.” – The Globe and Mail

 

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