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“Tao and Art as One”

Thousands of years ago, the Chinese Zen Masters had said, “A true artist must combine ‘Tao – training of one’s own life’ with ‘Art – practice of aesthetics of life’ together as one. The philosophy of ‘Tao and Art as One’ is U-Theatre’s goal of creation and life.

“Tao and Art as One”

Thousands of years ago, the Chinese Zen Masters had said, “A true artist must combine ‘Tao – training of one’s own life’ with ‘Art – practice of aesthetics of life’ together as one. The philosophy of ‘Tao and Art as One’ is U-Theatre’s goal of creation and life.

“A performance of dance close to martial art.”

– Liberation, Paris

“Taiwan’s unique theatre.”

– The China Daily News

“A prolonged percussive tone poem…”

– Financial Times, London

“U-theatre has undertaken the task of creating a new form of Taiwan theatre.”

– Asian Theatre Journal

“A synthesis of theatre, percussion, martial arts and meditation.”

– The Times, London

“They are young, handsome, muscular and well-bronzed, the hair short, resembling more young recruited soldiers than monks, despite their costumes.”

– Le Figaro, Paris

“U-theatre has already made its mark in Taiwan by combining the worlds of ancient and modern drama.”

– South China Morning Post

“A great and complex beauty to the drumming, sounds and silence…”

– The New York Times, N.Y.

“Zen and the Art of Percussion.”

– The Times, London

2018 – U-Theatre comes to the 30th anniversary.
30 years ago, we settled at the Mountain Theatre of Laochuan Mountain.
In 30 years after, we planted the root at the U-Ecological Base which is located in
Shuinandong, Jinguashi, Jiufen.
In here, we are passing on the philosophy of ‘Tao and Art as One’ and is about to present our classic productions.

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