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Legend of the Sky: Ki Ki & the Eternal Flame
Theatre Ronin
  • Join Ki Ki in battling the Rainbow Monster and clearing the air!

    Having grown up in the woods, starting school in Rainbow City proves a breath-taking challenge for Ki Ki. With her love of Nature and a slower pace of life, the urban whirl makes it hard to settle in. All her classmates view her as an oddball and only La La tries to be her friend. When long-time companion Pink Dog sees the city’s giant incinerator has even turned the beautiful rainbow into a loathsome monster, devouring everything, it finds the damage too heart-breaking to bear. Pink Dog vows to fight the evil beast, with Ki Ki and La La joining the quest.

    Following sold-out Legend of the Ocean: La La & the Litter Castle, Theatre Ronin again blends multimedia visuals, real-time video, interactive games, puppetry and original music into an enthralling show. In this immersive film-like experience, members of the audience may spot themselves on the big screen at any moment, adding to“self-reflection” on the damaging impact of consumer culture. Time to join Pink Dog and Ki Ki in examining people's relationship with Nature.

    • Multimedia Interactive Theatre
    • Best for ages 5 and above
      (Children under the age of 3 will not be admitted)
    Personnel and Cast
    • Concept / Artistic Director / Director / Production Designer
      Alex Tam
    • Playwright
      Connie Tang
    • Lighting Designer
      Chung Po-yee Coco
    • Sound Designer
      Fung Chin-lung
    • Media Designer
      Oliver Shing
    • Game Designer
    • Composer
      Kristopher Chan
    • Performers
      Fung Chi-yau, Hui Jim, Chiu Lo-yin, Chan See-lik
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