Since the opening of the theater, performances have gradually returned to normal. To paraphrase a cultural journalist friend, it is now "revengeful". The author also returned to the days of frequenting the theater. In mid-June, I watched two programs for two days in a row, both of which were innovative concerts. The first was "Sound of the Wild" by the Hong Kong City Chamber Orchestra and "Fantasy of Heroes", a new collection of music. "Voice of the Wild" "Voice of the Wild" is another original CCOHK musical after "The Lice Chamber Orchestra".
It was written and written by founder Leanne Nicholls, directed with Simon Whiteside, and composed by Nick Harvey. It seems that in the face of competition from the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, and with the award-winning "Lice Chamber Orchestra", original musicals are a major development direction for banner design CCOHK. Like "Lice Chamber Orchestra", "Voice of the Wild" is a children's program, with a group of forest animals as the protagonists, from the makeup to the costumes, it has been seen that this production "falls the foot", and everyone wears very flamboyant clothes.
The costumes are very eye-catching, and Huang Riheng, who is also the conductor and the "lion", is the most exaggerated. These shapes are colorful and really suitable for children to watch. The story is also simple and easy to understand. Two hunters found a group of wild animals who knew how to play music, so they caught two and planned to sell them to make money, but they were rescued by other animals in the end.