Cultural Headtrip: The Future is in Eggs

My friend HH will be making out in public with this extremely cute gay guy. Who would miss this?

Kicking off the experimental theater series “Young Stars, New Vision” (新人新視野), these two short plays feature young performers working to bring unique works to the stage.

A bit of promotion about this show — and no, am not being paid for this:

The absurd play “The Future is in Eggs,” a work inspired by the same titled play written by Eugene Ionesco, deals with the conflict between complicated human nature and different value systems. “Untitled #Preparation” combines ancient Chinese legends with modern issues, guaranteeing the audience a splendid evening.

Friday, 10/24 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, 10/25 2:30 p.m. & 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, 10/26 2:30 p.m.

# Order online
# Through any Eslite Bookstore
# Through any Hi-Life with a Life-ET machine
# Through the box office at the National Theatre

Will let you know if it’s great. Watching this today! Just can’t wait!

To get there, take the MRT to CKS Memorial Hall Exit 5. 🙂


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I'm a forgetful person. But I think a lot. Every day, a lot of thoughts enter my head. That's why this blog came to be: first, to keep my memories alive through the years, and two, to actually see how I and my thoughts have changed. Please note that I seldom draft or edit my posts. Sometimes, if I'm not careful, I offend some of you, my readers. And while I apologize for making you feel uncomfortable, I am not sorry for being honest or for making well-intentioned mistakes. I will however be the first to admit if I change my mind. Hence, do read and proceed with caution. My life is as colorful and as boring as you make it. I complain many days, but offer some encouragement in others. Life is fluid, it changes. So keep the positives and throw away the negatives, and I do hope that at the end of the day, you will enjoy reading the blog and leaving comments here and there if my posts touches you. Happy reading!
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