Lynn Fu 傅琳
Project | 01
Project | 01 Yue Opera Town
With the merge of Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Tourism in China in 2018, cultural tourism has become a buzzword in the country. Yue Opera Town is one of the most prominent projects. Yue Opera, listed as China's intangible cultural heritage in 2006, is one of the most popular traditional Chinese operas. The Yue Opera Town aims to preserve and promote Yue Opera and create opportunities for international arts and cultural exchange. My role is to oversee the international programming with a focus on intangible cultural heritage and audience engagement/development.
Project | 02
Project | 02 Great Theatre of China
I curated the inaugural season of the Great Theatre of China in Shanghai, an 878 seats historic theatre that reopened after renovation in June 2018. The opening season featured eight international productions from eight different countries including Gob Squad’s Western Society, Schaubuhne’s Hedda Gabler by Thomas Ostermeier, Romeo Castellucci’s On the Concept of the Face, regarding the Son of God and etc. One year later, I returned to the theatre with An Iliad featuring Denis O'Hare produced by Mara Isaacs (Hadestown).
Project | 03
Project | 03 Wuzhen Theatre Festival
Directly appointed by TIAN Qinxin, Artistic Director of the Festival 2017 to oversee the programming of the 14 international theatre productions - highlights are Katie Mitchell’s Shadow, Eurydice Speaks from Schaubühne Berlin and Eugene Onegin from the legendary Russian theatre company, Vakhtangov Theatre.
Project | 04
Project | 04 Shanghai International Comedy Festival
Started in 2014, Shanghai International Comedy Festival is one of the most prominent comedy festivals in China. I curated the international programing of the fifth edition in 2019 featuring productions from Australia, Japan, Sweden and New Zealand.