WANG Chia-ming, founder and director of Shakespeare's Wild Sisters Group, has been working on experimental theater for years and has always kept his creative works a fusion of tradition and innovation, a daring integration of popularity and avant-garde. He is also absorbed in probing the possibilities of new expressions on languages, performance and audio/voice in theater through cooperation with artists from cross genres. With the experiment of empty space and the use of voice, he forces performers to explore, to embrace and to deliberate on the possibilities of theater, thereby creating a unique style in the contemporary Taiwanese theater. His works have twice won the Taishin Arts Awards: the First Prize of Performing Arts and Jury's Special Award. In 2019, his work Dear Life was invited by the Festival d'automne à Paris, it was the first Taiwanese contemporary theater work presented by the festival.
Baboo graduated from the graduate school of Theatrical Arts, TNUA, with a master's degree in directing. He was artist in residency at National Theater & Concert Hall, Taipei in 2017. He was awarded the Asian Cultural Council Fellowship Award and participated in a residency program in New York City in 2018. He was artist in residence at Cité internationale des arts in Paris in 2019.
Theater actor / choreographer / lecturer. Associate Professor of Technology in the Department of Chinese Culture and Drama, Master of Performing Arts at the National Taipei Institute of Arts and Theatre Arts.
Wei Ying-chuan received her M.A. degree from the Educational Theatre Department of New York University and is the founder and director-in-resident for Shakespeare’s Wild Sisters Group and Creative Society.