The Restaurant of Many Orders - Gary Ng Photography
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The Restaurant of Many Orders

The Restaurant of Many Orders is presented by The Japan Foundation, Kuala Lumpur. Co-organized by DPAC , PenangPAC. Produced by Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project in conjunction with 40th Year of ASEAN-Japan Friendship and Cooperation.

Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project
After much success of Spring Day in 2000, Spring in Kuala Lumpur 2003 and Three Sisters in 2007, acclaimed director and choreographer Hiroshi Koike is back in Malaysia with his new project.

Having described as “Physical Theatre”, Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project inherits one-and-only Hiroshi Koike style: mysterious, delusional and fun theatre with highly skilled cross-genre artists. Being the first project after disbanding the world-recognized company Pappa TARAHUMARA. The project not only produces performing arts, but also applies various media; film, photography, installation works and writings to the stage performance. By conducting events, lectures, workshops, and educational programs, the project aims to educate people to “think through their BODY” and create a bridge between the world, the time and the culture as an international art project.

The Restaurant of Many Orders
The story is known nationwide fable in Japan, and is one of Kenji Miyazawa’s most famous piece. Focused on its theme “The relationship between Human and Nature”, the show is based on this tale and composed of contemporary and traditional dance, voice, songs and masks, in order to make audience travel between world of animals and world of humans.

That’s all folks, hope you liked the photos! Cheers!

  • D...
    Posted at 18:44h, 07 November Reply

    You know that lady popped up in my reader and I didn’t know what to think. Then I read the restaurant of many orders and became confused as I am not familiar with the story, and now it makes more sense. Only after I read it. For a minute I was wondering what you were up to. Needless to say these are very interesting shots, there seems to be a story in each one.

    • Gary Ng
      Posted at 01:07h, 08 November Reply

      Hey D, you have been gone for such a long time. “Where’d you do, I missed you so”. Yea, so it’s actually a performance that I shot. So, what had you been up to?

      • D...
        Posted at 06:48h, 08 November Reply

        My mom hasn’t been well, so I haven’t had much time for myself. I am trying to carve out some time, cause I’m pooped.

        • Gary Ng
          Posted at 17:52h, 10 November Reply

          Hope she is alright now. Carving out some time is fine, but try to wash after you’re done pooping. lol.

          • D...
            Posted at 17:57h, 10 November

            It’s a very slow recovery. Hmm…should I wear rubber gloves?

          • Gary Ng
            Posted at 18:17h, 10 November

            As long as she is fine, it’s all good, albeit a little slow. About the rubber gloves.. most probably, or use NeverWet?

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