in the press
"The aesthetics of Blind are highly stylized, and the movements of the performers are ritualistic and meticulously choreographed, which fits both the religious context of the play itself, as well as the symbolic attributes of theatre as a sanctuary.
This ambitious production impresses with its intellect and imaginative presentations..."
— Theatre is Easy
"A group of Taiwanese performers in Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese, and their body language, with an innovative approach, convey an idea to the foreign audience who do not understand Chinese: 'The incarcerated still have their rights; the prison system that shows disrespect to the incarcerated on the human right issues would only lead to more serious issues, but not actually help the incarcerated rehabilitate.'”
— Apple Daily News
THE (NEW) TRIAL
"The New Trial will keep you on your toes and is an hour and a half roller coaster that catches you in freefall when you think you have seen the best of the ride. It is thought provoking and you will either look away in fear or be compelled to lock your gaze on a number of interactions that will not leave you disappointed as you are left to wonder if things have ever changed with the elite when all that is needed is a change of names.'”
— Asian In NY
"The event, intended as a response to the beheadings, school shootings and other violence that have 'defined 2014,' will be directed by Dennis Yueh-Yeh Li of The Living Theatre 'in the avant-garde style long associated with the church,'...”
— New York Times
"Through the designed space between the performers and the audience, it attempts to create a unique experience: 'in theatre, every second has its meaning. It is the most truthful yet most impressive experience, and this is the charm of theatre.'"
— World Journal