[sponsored] Take the myth of the Chinese tale of the Moon Goddess, flip it on its head and what do you get? A bold retelling of a Woman, a Man, and the inevitable turmoil of their union.

A Woman on the Moon is an original, experimental physical theatre performance, which weaves magical realism with cross-cultural reclamation.

Prepare to journey through chaos and poetry as told for the first time by a stellar cast, an original live score, and an ethereal set you do not want to miss. ​

TINTA is a multimedia entertainment production house dedicated to the art of telling stories that connect, move, and inspire global audiences.

Date: December 1 to December 4, 7:30pm.
Venue: Chong Yuen Ming Cultural Centre, University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam.
Tickets: Available online now from HK$180-HK$380.

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