Avant-garde director Shuji Terayama’s play Nuhikun, set in sadomasochistic universe, which combines elements of surrealism and dreamwork, will be performed in Hong Kong on December 13 and 14.

Ready for a sadomasochistic Japanese satire inspired by Gulliver’s Travels author Jonathan Swift?

  • Troupe BAN’YU-INRYOKU to perform play, set in universe of surrealism and dreamwork where deviant servants become masters, in Hong Kong in December
  • Reworking of dramatist Shuji Terayama’s experimental production features rock and opera soundtrack, striking visual imagery and fantastic machines
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Avant-garde director Shuji Terayama’s play Nuhikun, set in sadomasochistic universe, which combines elements of surrealism and dreamwork, will be performed in Hong Kong on December 13 and 14.
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Victoria Burrows

Victoria Burrows

A former senior commissioning editor at the South China Morning Post and restaurant critic for the Wall Street Journal Asia, Victoria writes about food, travel, books and the arts for the BBC, Travel + Leisure, Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue and more.