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Be triggered by theatrical provocateurs at BACC’s ‘Biopsy of Fear’

A Bangkok theatre troupe known for politically and socially provocative performances has returned to bring fear to the stage, whether from ghosts and violence, or ignorance and oppression.

A collaboration between B-Floor, Crescent Moon Theatre and Lanyim Theatre, Biopsy of Fear is a series of three consecutive performances that lead the audience to unpack all forms of fear through movement- and text-based performances and the avant-garde Japanese dance of Butoh.

Directed by B-Floor’s Teerawat “Ka-ge” Mulvilai, A Thorn of Conceptual Pain is a poetic take on two uprisings in two different places and times: one based on a modern Burmese poem and another set in early-20th century Siam’s northeast. The performance traces and collects fragments of their stories through verse, body movement and percussion used to ward off the “fear.”

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